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Fifth annual regatta for the disabled launched
Fifth annual regatta for the disabled launched in Henley this week

Help to boost museum after closure
Help to support the River and Rowing museum in Henley after flood force closure

Join Us for Small Biz Saturday in Henley on 7 December
See the Living Advent Calendar performance

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Christmas events across the county
Festive family fun

Abingdon Christmas Extravaganza
Another action packed Christmas Extravaganza planned in Abingdon

River & Rowing Museum: Christmas holiday activities 2013
Enjoy Christmas with Mr Toad and friends at Henley River & Rowing Museum

Millets Farm Halloween Howl activities
Millets Maize Maze transforms for Halloween: enter if you dare...

Henley miss out on In Bloom gold medal
Southern Oxfordshire towns are blooming beautiful

Waterperry Gardens Apple Weekend: a great family day out
Southern Oxfordshire's Waterperry Gardens opens its gates to all-comers for a festival of apples

52 things to do far from the madding beaches, the ideal Christmas present
Ideas for exploring the Vale

52 things to do far from the madding beaches, the ideal Christmas present
Ideas for exploring the Vale

52 things to do far from the madding beaches, the ideal Christmas present
Explore the Vale with this great book

52 things to do far from the madding beaches, the ideal Christmas present
Great ideas for the Vale

Birdcage Inn, Thame
Could this be Britain's most notable pub?

The King’s Head and Bell, Abingdon-on-Thames
Could this be Britain's most notable pub?

The Barley Mow, Clifton Hampden
Could this be Britain's most notable pub?

Old Crown Coaching Inn, Faringdon
Could this be Britain's most notable pub?

Father Christmas seeks elf helpers
Elf Recruitment Auditions at Millets Farm this Sunday 6th October

The World Pooh Sticks Championships is back
Winnie the Pooh’s favourite game reaches it 30th year.

The Thame Food Festival is back
The popular local event attracts hundreds of foodies, not just from Oxfordshire, but from all over the country

Autumn entertainment at Southern Oxfordshire's Kenton Theatre
Autumn is start of Panto season in Southern Oxfordshire's Kenton Theatre, but there's much more happening...

Help keep the Uffington horse white
Join volunteers this weekend to help maintain the White Horse of Uffington

Observing Nature: an exhibition of wildlife paintings by Nigel Butcher
Berkshire based artist Nigel Butcher will display a wildlife-themed art exhibition at the Vale and Downland Museum from Tuesday 20 August to Saturday 31 August from 9.30 to 4pm

Cornerstone Arts Centre celebrates fifth birthday in style
Cornerstone Arts Centre throws huge family party to celebrate 5th anniversary

Didcot Railway Centre's final Steam and Speed event
Only a small number of tickets remain for the final (ever) Speed & Steam experience combining Didcot Railway Centre and Williams F1 Centre.

Didcot Railway Centre holds Steam Aid II
Steam Aid II promises special tours and opportunities to 'drive' a locomotive or to ride on the footplate to raise money for charity

Vale and Downland Museum gets wild and whimsical
Wildlife photography exhibition 'Wild and Whimsical' features the work of local amateur photographers, Kay and Duncan Russell.

Line up announced for Henley Literary Festival
The Henley Literary Festival in Southern Oxfordshire has announced the list of confirmed presenters and there are some real stars involved.

Summer activities programme at the River and Rowing Museum
Find your age in Martian years, make a Teddy in a Toga or mini motor boat at the River & Rowing Museum

Events are really hotting up in Southern Oxfordshire
As the weather gets hotter, Southern Oxfordshire has set up a range of spicy food festivals

Medieval themed actitivities planned in Wallingford
Wallingford Museum to host a medieval themed family day complete with knight and scriveners

Southern Oxfordshire Literary Festivals: Bookworms Welcome!
Writers and bookworms are heading to Henley, Thame and Wantage in Southern Oxfordshire for a summer of literary festivals.

Woodcote rally celebrates 50 golden years
Vintage aircraft from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight add magic to this year's Woodcote rally

River & Rowing Museum named as one of the top 50 museums
The Times newspaper names Henley's River and Rowing museum in a list of top 50 museums

Feel Better at Henley Health and Wellbeing fair
Henley is hosting a Health and Well Being fair on Saturday 15 June.

Diesel Gala planned at Didcot Railway Centre
Bank holiday weekend sees a diesel gala taking place at Didcot Railway Centre

Half-term activities in Southern Oxfordshire
Southern Oxfordshire lays on the half-term activities for children in Didcot

2013 Speed & Steam Event Dates Announced
Experience the glamour, excitement and passion of F1 Racing and Steam Locomotives in one special day.

New sponsors for Wallingford Food Festival 2013
Wallingford Food Festival announces four new sponsors for the popular annual event

Team GB Olympic medalist support Macmillan MG Midget
Why is London 2012 medal winner and Classic car enthusiast Robbie Grabarz heading to Southern Oxfordshire?

Waterperry Gardens' silver saxifraga gains National Collection Status
The alpine saxifrages at Waterperry Gardens gain a second national collection status award

A four year old could do that
A new exhibition in Wantage challenges the popular criticism of modern art that "A four year old could do that"

Pendon Museum launches modelling masterclasses
New masterclasses promise expert advice and instruction on modelling techniques at Pendon Museum

Dates announced for 2013 Wallingford Food Festival
Mark the dates 18-19 May in your diary for Wallingford's 3rd annual Food Festival

A Monk’s Tale - the hidden habits of Wallingford Priory
As Wallingford Museum prepares to re-open on March 1st get a sneak preview of what's new

Rewind Festival unveils headline acts for 2013
We're so Excited: The Pointer Sisters, Kim Wilde, ABC and The B52's top the bill for this summer's 80's musical celebration

Welcome The Spring Snowdrops And Go Wild At Half Term
After a long winter, the first signs of spring are appearing. Southern Oxfordshire is ready to welcome the change of seasons with lots of nature themed activities for children,

Revolutionary rowing story captured through iconic painting
19th Century ‘Champion of the World’ joins Steve Redgrave’s Boat at River & Rowing Museum

February news from Pendon Museum
Leading Oxfordshire model museum Pendon, will open its doors during the February half term holiday.

Three Great Local Trips at a Discount
Didcot Railway Centre, Pendon Museum, and the Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway band together for a three way joint promotion.

A motorcar for Mr. Toad
Workshop fun taking place at the River & Rowing Museum this February half term

Great Western Echo
The Great Western Society celebrates 50 years and 200 editions of its iconic magazine the Great Western Echo

Henley based Rivertime Boat trust wins Queens Award
The Queens Award for Voluntary Service 2012 recognises volunteering work that is a social, economic or environmental service to the local community.

MG Car Club plans Christmas reunion for former employees
The MG Car Club is staging a festive gathering to bring together the men and women formerly employed at MG’s famous Abingdon works.

Tasty, Tasty: how four tourism award recipients have food in common
Awards handed out to four South Oxfordshire tourism businesses in the annual Beautiful South quality competition.

Tornado warning from Didcot Railway Centre
New build Peppercorn A1 Pacific locomotive 60163 Tornado is paying a whirlwind visit to Didcot Railway Centre, on Sunday 25 November.

Festive events at Henley River and Rowing Museum
From Rowing across the Atlantic to Christmas with Mr Toad: Christmas Exhibitions and Activities at the River & Rowing Museum

Going for Gold: South Oxfordshire's tourism businesses aiming for top spots
Four South Oxfordshire businesses have been short-listed in the South East Regional Tourism Awards for Excellence 2012

Autumn news from Newington Nurseries
Garden colours, festive purchases, award nominations and lunch club details - it's all happening at Newington Nurseries

Henley's Medieval Market
Three days of Medieval merriment arrive in Henley on Thames

Blue Plaques and Royal Connections: Visiting Wallingford and its famous residents
Visiting Wallingford you are sure to spot one of more than 70 blue plaques - a talk on Friday November 9th aims to reveal more about its famous residents.

Visitors urged to choose the Chilterns
A new tourism website launches to promote The Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Last chance to see Royal Wallingford exhibition
Wallingford Museum's 'Royal Wallingford' exhibition presents the remarkable history of the town’s royal connections, beginning with King Alfred and ending with Queen Elizabeth II

Unleash your inner pumpkin carver
Autumn means getting creative with colour, pumpkins and costumes. These six South Oxfordshire seasonal events lift the gloom and entertain in equal measure.

Le Boat Open Weekend
Europe's number one boating holiday company is holding an Open Weekend at its base in Benson, from 12th - 14th October.

Thame Food Festival is a resounding success
What gripped 20,000 visitors, 100 stallholders and many celebrity chefs? Answer: Thame food festival 2012

In search of Agatha Christie
Out there in Wallingford, Cholsey or further afield, someone somewhere knows more than they are telling.

Row2Recovery: six extraordinary rowers on one epic journey
How four amputee and two able bodied servicemen completed a 51 day epic journey, rowing 3,000 miles across the Atlantic.

Food Glorious Food: The Very Best Of Thame
The Thame Food Festival is set to showcase the finest of Southern Oxfordshire's homegrown food and culinary talents.

When Didcot doubled for Moscow
Actors Keira Knightly and Jude Law bring Moscow to Didcot in the soon to be released film Anna Karenina.

Queen Victoria', liquorice and 'Pandemonium' at the Vale & Downland Museum
What is the connection between Queen Victoria and the Vale and Downland Museum in Wantage?

Henley Welcomes Olympic Heroes
On Saturday 25th August Henley will welcome its rowing Olympians with a row-past and open top bus tour

Southern Oxfordshire is keeping the Olympic spirit alive
Southern Oxfordshire has a series of events and activities that are guaranteed to keep our optimism going and the Olympic fun flowing.

Triumphant Thames: the River Thames transformation
New partnership exhibition celebrates the dramatic recovery of the River Thames from a biologically dead river in the 1950s to today’s thriving waterway.

River & Rowing Museum announces new exhibition of local landscapes
Anna Dillon's creative eye captures Southern Oxfordshire's countryside in a new exhibition at Henley River & Rowing Museum.

See Britannia in action at Didcot Railway Centre
Your chance to travel behind a famous non Great Western Railway locomotive for just one day - Wednesday 08 August.

Rowing museum acquires copy of Henley's first Regatta programme
An extremely rare programme from the first Henley Regatta has been donated to the town's River & Rowing Museum.

Expected Highlights at the 2012 Thame Food Festival
Thame Tart, pop-up Pub, Oyster Meister and Cookery Theatre demonstrations by Raymond Blanc and Lotte Duncan - some of the highlights for this year's food festival.

Thames Traditional Boat Rally CANCELLED
The organisers of the Rally have been forced to cancel this years event due to adverse ground and water conditions.

VisitEngland's Fan in a Van visits Henley
England super-fan Rachel Kershaw won a 70 day tour following the torch relay and writing about her travels. On Tuesday 10 July she arrived in Henley on Thames.

Southern Oxfordshire's 'Tree of Light' lights the Olympic way
Stonor Park is to be the centre of attention in July with a 'Tree of Light' to help launch the Olympics

River & Rowing Museum wins Heritage Lottery Grant
The Heritage Lottery Fund has confirmed a grant of £25,500 for the River & Rowing Museum's Swan Upping education and training project under its 'Your Heritage' programme.

Powerful photography contrasts Southern Oxfordshire countryside
New photography exhibition at the Cornerstone Arts Centre in Didcot is in stark contrast to the region's beautiful Southern Oxfordshire countryside

Exploring Midsomer: The Towns and Villages at the Murderous Heart of England
Local man Chris Behan publishes a new book about the Southern Oxfordshire towns and villages used as Midsomer Murders locations.

170th anniversary of Queen Victoria's first ever train journey
Didcot Railway Centre commemorates Queen Victoria's historic first train journey 170 years ago today.

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The White Hart, Fyfield
The White Hart, Fyfield - could this be one of Britain's most notable pubs?

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Trudy Godfrey
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04/10/2013 View Post

Henley looking 'blooming' beautiful!
Henley is full of blooming flowers and hanging baskets, with TV crews capturing the explosion of floral activity.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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31/07/2013 View Post

Sherlock Holmes and the case of Waterperry Gardens
Waterperry Gardens will be the stage for a new performance of Sherlock Holmes - with kids shows in the afternoon

By:
Mark Pawlak
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04/07/2013 View Post

The curious tradition of Swan Upping, explained
Southern Oxfordshire has a tradition of Swan Upping - but what is it?

By:
Mark Pawlak
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28/06/2013 View Post

New activities for creative kids in Southern Oxfordshire
Summer is here and there's lots on for creative children visiting Southern Oxfordshire

By:
Mark Pawlak
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27/06/2013 View Post

Make a splash at Henley swimming events
Henley on Thames plays host to four top swimming events this Summer with novices and athletes getting involved.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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13/06/2013 View Post

Two monks called John of Wallingford
What worried the first Prior John of Wallingford about 10th century Danish invaders?

By:
Jackie Ellis
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29/05/2013 View Post

Gardens in Southern Oxfordshire now open for Spring
A selection of stunning gardens are opening this spring, here's a few to visit.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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22/05/2013 View Post

Music on the Meadows added to Henley Festivals list
Music on the Meadows festival comes to Southern Oxford this June

By:
Mark Pawlak
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17/05/2013 View Post

Old and New at Southern Oxfordshire’s theatres
In June theatres in Southern Oxfordshire are featuring the best of traditional and contemporary performances

By:
Mark Pawlak
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17/05/2013 View Post

Sketching in the gardens at Waterperry
Spring has arrived in Southern Oxfordshire, so celebrate with a sketching session in Waterperry Gardens

By:
Mark Pawlak
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03/05/2013 View Post

Stars Start Southern Oxfordshire Folk Season
Southern Oxfordshire's music destinations are hosting top folk acts. There's a new season in The Nettlebed Folk Club and Sara Watkins plays tonight at the Cornerstone Centre

By:
Mark Pawlak
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24/01/2013 View Post

5 reasons to visit Thame Museum
Brush away the winter blues and discover what's new at Thame museum.

By:
Jackie Ellis
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19/01/2013 View Post

George Orwell And Southern Oxfordshire’s Most Famous Residents
George Orwell and Beatle George Harrison are just two of the most famous residents of Southern Oxfordshire - the list is long indeed

By:
Mark Pawlak
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14/01/2013 View Post

Not Just Your Average Southern Oxfordshire B&B
Looking for accommodation in Southern Oxfordshire, you'll be faced with some quirky and intriguing choices. Here's a few.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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07/12/2012 View Post

Have A Rockin’ Rollin’ Christmas This Year In Southern Oxfordshire
Christmas festivities take an unusual turn in Southern Oxfordshire this year with an award winning Elvis joining the traditional Dickensian theatre and panto offerings.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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03/12/2012 View Post

Stuck Up: Britain’s Golden Era of Poster Art comes to Henley
This collection of rare posters represents a fantastic period in time for British design and paints a vibrant picture of Britain in the early 20th Century.

By:
Jackie Ellis
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23/11/2012 View Post

Southern Oxfordshire Celebrates Dickens at 200
Visiting Southern Oxfordshire you'll be in for a double treat of Dickens, with one show this weekend and a festive performance of 'A Christmas Carol' on the 22nd November.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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17/11/2012 View Post

Visiting Southern Oxfordshire: It’s About Thame you did
Visiting Southern Oxfordshire you should be heading to Thame: One of the finest English market towns, traders and buyers have been looking for bargains here for 800 years!

By:
Mark Pawlak
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09/11/2012 View Post

Christmas in Southern Oxfordshire: It's Panto time!
You know it's getting closer to Christmas in Southern Oxfordshire, the panto posters come out! Here's what's on.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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02/11/2012 View Post

Southern Oxfordshire Is The Star Of The Show…Again
Proving again that Southern Oxfordshire is not just a pretty place, it's a magnet for film crews after very special scenes.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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19/10/2012 View Post

Visiting Faringdon look for views and crazy pigeons
if you are looking for amazing views and some eccentric history, Visiting Faringdon will be the best choice you make.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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12/10/2012 View Post

Get crafty with Autumn Activities in Southern Oxfordshire
Summer may have gone, but autumn promises a whole new range of crafty activities across Southern Oxfordshire.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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05/10/2012 View Post

Enjoying Southern Oxfordshire and its Apple Weekend
It's long been good advice to have an apple each day, and in Southern Oxfordshire there's an Apple Weekend planned and later in October an Apple Day.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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28/09/2012 View Post

The Wonderful World Of Wantage
Previously occupied by King Alfred the Great and former Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman, Wantage is a place to add to your Southern Oxfordshire bucketlist.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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26/09/2012 View Post

The Historic Hotels Of Southern Oxfordshire
Visiting Southern Oxfordshire it's likely you'll want a hotel that's in keeping with tradition. Well, here's a selection, a best of the best.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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21/09/2012 View Post

Reading, Writing And A Really Good Time
There are few greater pleasures in life than settling down with a few spare hours and a really good book. Unless it's attending a book festival.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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14/09/2012 View Post

Full Steam Ahead: The Railways Of Southern Oxfordshire
Here in Britain we have a very special relationship with the railways. They enabled the industrial revolution, which became the driving force behind the British Empire.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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13/09/2012 View Post

Where To Stay: Five Of The Best Southern Oxfordshire Guesthouses
Visiting Southern Oxfordshire you should look at its guesthouses for real charm and character - here's five of the best.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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06/09/2012 View Post

With Summer Nearly Over Southern Oxfordshire is Already Planning Panto Festivities
The last official day of Summer has passed. Now it's time to look to the next season in Southern Oxfordshire and even as far ahead as Christmas festivities and the classic 'Panto'

By:
Mark Pawlak
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31/08/2012 View Post

A Little Drop Of Something Special in Southern Oxfordshire
Southern Oxfordshire is benefiting from our mixed Summer weather as a new found love for local wines takes hold.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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30/08/2012 View Post

Olympic Inspiration: Get Fit Walking In Southern Oxfordshire
Inspired into fitness by the Olympics? You'll be pleased to hear there are miles of trials for walking in Southern Oxfordshire. No medals on offer, just hours and days of healthy wanderings.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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26/08/2012 View Post

Have A Bloomin’ Good Time In Southern Oxfordshire
Southern Oxfordshire is officially in bloom this weekend as it shows off its finest flowers at a series of floral festivals

By:
Mark Pawlak
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25/08/2012 View Post

Henley and our Olympic Rowing Success
Southern Oxfordshire has a proud rowing history, and this year Henley has again been the centre of events in the build up to our amazing Olympic rowing success.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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17/08/2012 View Post

The Ultimate Festival For Foodies
Southern Oxfordshire is known for its food. And with the Thame Food Festival set for late September, it's almost time for tourists and local foodies to fill their boots - and plates!

By:
Mark Pawlak
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10/08/2012 View Post

Fore: A Guide To Golf In Southern Oxfordshire
With Southern Oxfordshire enjoying a celebration of sport, Golf has never been so popular. Here's a guide to the golf courses and greens.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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06/08/2012 View Post

Bert and Dickie: Henley at its finest
Filmed in Southern Oxfordshire's rowing capital Henley-on-Thames, Bert and Dickie tells the story of two rowers preparing for the London Olympics of 1948. Fantastic watch for sports fans and lovers of the region.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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03/08/2012 View Post

Celebrate Olympic Rowing in Southern Oxfordshire
Southern Oxfordshire is home to rowing, arguably the UK's most successful Olympic sport to date. And in the Henley River and Rowing Museum it has the perfect place to learn all about a sport that is very much part of everyday life.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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26/07/2012 View Post

The Best Places To Shop In South Oxfordshire
The kind of shopping we’re talking about is the kind that involves discovering the small, independent shops that are keeping the traditional craft and wares of the region very much alive.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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20/07/2012 View Post

How Has The Weather Affected Southern Oxfordshire?
Here in Southern Oxfordshire we have been relatively lucky and managed to avoid the worst of it. That said, the colossal amounts of rainfall have still interfered slightly with the summer schedule.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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18/07/2012 View Post

Getting Clued Up On Swan Upping
It's not an Olympic sport but really we need to learn a whole lot more about the Swan Upping that goes on in Southern Oxfordshire - and find out if the people doing it get a medal!

By:
Mark Pawlak
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14/07/2012 View Post

A Cyclists Paradise – Discover Southern Oxfordshire On Two Wheels
You may need to drive to Southern Oxfordshire, but there's really no excuse for not switching to two wheels once you get here. Here's some of the routes to help you discover Southern Oxfordshire.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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12/07/2012 View Post

Eat Local: Why Food In Southern Oxfordshire Is So Good
Southern Oxfordshire has a reputation for great food and gastropubs, so it's little wonder the county is home to one of the country's most famous chefs.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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05/07/2012 View Post

Swan Upping: Eight things to know about this annual event
Every year the Queen's Swan Marker carries out a census of swans on the River Thames. Here's what you need to know about the origins and reasons for this traditional and colourful event.

By:
Jackie Ellis
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30/06/2012 View Post

Walking Southern Oxfordshire - The Best Way To Spend A Summer Day
Time to get your boots on, pack a picnic and get walking Southern Oxfordshire. Summer's here, and here's where you can wander.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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29/06/2012 View Post

Musical Statues: Why Henley Loves George Harrison
Henley on Thames want to honour George Harrison with a statue, so let it be!

By:
Mark Pawlak
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22/06/2012 View Post

Laughs, Literature and Legends: It’s All Coming Up In Southern Oxfordshire
Southern Oxfordshire is ready to roll with top comedy, literature and rock this summer.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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21/06/2012 View Post

Summer Holidays In Southern Oxfordshire: The Warmest Of Welcomes
With great weather planned Southern Oxfordshire is determined to prove that the British 'staycation' is good for tourists and great for the economy.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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19/06/2012 View Post

All In A Good Cause: Charity Fund Raising In Southern Oxfordshire
Southern Oxfordshire has been a hotbed for fundraising activity with the RAF and a blind cyclist helping out the good causes.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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15/06/2012 View Post

Five Of The Best – Southern Oxfordshire's Music Festivals
With summer in sight, Southern Oxfordshire's got 5 music festivals lined up for your entertainment.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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08/06/2012 View Post

From The Jubilee To Football And Spiritual Focus – It’s All Happening In Southern Oxfordshire
Southern Oxfordshire puts away its bunting for a festival of meditation then brings the flags back out for this summer's Euro football.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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07/06/2012 View Post

Five Inspiring Churches In Southern Oxfordshire
Enjoying the celebrations this weekend, take time to discover Southern Oxfordshire's 5 favourite churches.

By:
Mark Pawlak
Published On:
01/06/2012 View Post

How To Enjoy Southern Oxfordshire From The Air And The Ground
In a week when daredevils fell from the skies of Southern Oxfordshire, we readied ourselves for the Watchfield Olympics.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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25/05/2012 View Post

Man’s Best Friend - Clever Canines In Southern Oxfordshire
Southern Oxfordshire ready to host its own sheepdog trials at Greenlands Farm in July

By:
Mark Pawlak
Published On:
18/05/2012 View Post

Blues, Beer, Sport And A Night At The Museum – It’s All Going On In Southern Oxfordshire
Literature, culture, history, food, blues, booze and sport - it’s just a normal month here in Southern Oxfordshire.

By:
Mark Pawlak
Published On:
17/05/2012 View Post

Having some fun on and in the water
Henley's river connections go beyond boats. A surprising number of people take part in various swimming events too.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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04/05/2012 View Post

Five Of The Best Indoor Eateries For A Wet Weekend
Don't let a little wet weather spoil your weekend plans - seek out some of the best places to eat in South Oxfordshire instead

By:
Mark Pawlak
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27/04/2012 View Post

Long May Henley's love of drama continue
This year the Henley Drama Festival celebrates its 41st year wowing audiences with fantastic drama.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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25/04/2012 View Post

Rowing in South Oxfordshire - a summer of fun
The recent boat race might not have been the best ever but it will live long in the memory. Oxford cox Zoe de Toledo, 24, from Henley describes it as a tragedy.

By:
Mark Pawlak
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19/04/2012 View Post

Film Location, Film Location, Film Location: Why South Oxfordshire Is A Hit With Movie Makers
Ewelme village, no stranger to famous faces in the past, added another when actor Hugh Jackman stopped off to film the new version of Les Miserables.

By:
Mark Pawlak
Published On:
17/04/2012 View Post


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