We don’t want to jinx it, but Saturday, 31 December 2022, is shaping up to be the first ‘normal’ New Year’s Eve we’ve had in three years – one where we can indulge in the best NYE treats on offer across the county.
From bonfires and fireworks to Christmas lights switch-on, concerts, gigs, musicals, festive markets and, oh, yes, pantos!, there’s plenty to do in Oxford and across Oxfordshire in the period leading up to when the Christmas festive season kicks off in earnest.
As Halloween creeps closer and the days shorten, join with family and friends to explore any one of these fun and spooky Halloween trails in Oxford and Oxfordshire.
This half-term, the National Trust in Bucks, Berks and Oxfordshire has all kinds of family-friendly events, nature adventures and spooktacular Halloween trails on offer.
To celebrate the season, the National Trust is offering free, single-use passes, allowing up to two adults and four children to enter a National Trust place for free.
It’s that time of the year. Put on your boots, and head to one of these pick-your-own PYO pumpkin patches in Oxfordshire and beyond.
Pumpkin picking, spooktacular Afternoon Tea or spellbinding science – here’s what to do in Oxford and across Oxfordshire this October half-term and Hallowe’en.
Here’s your invaluable guide to visiting Oxford University, including what to do and things to see at Oxford University.
With hundreds of literary festivals taking place in the UK every year, here are the ones not to miss – across Oxfordshire or within easy driving reach of Oxford.
From festivals for literature, classical music and science & ideas to one-off exhibitions, variety shows, concerts, musicals, comedy, and more – take a look at what’s in store this month.
From concerts and comedy shows to funfairs and country fairs – there’s pretty much something in stock for everyone this month.
From outdoor food and music festivals to exciting new shows and exhibitions – here’s your invaluable guide to some of the best events and things to do in Oxford and across Oxfordshire this August.