On Form Sculpture
Jun
10
to Jul 8

On Form Sculpture

On form is the only exhibition in the UK dedicated exclusively to stone sculpture. Since 2002, it has been held every two years at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds.

We haven't tried to grow bigger, but each year we've had new ideas we couldn't resist, and the exhibition is now among the UK's biggest and best respected. We will be showing work from some of the most established artists working in stone today.

We have 31 sculptors from around the UK and 9 from abroad, including Italy, Greece, Canada, the Netherlands and the US.

Dates: 10 June - 8 July
Times: daily 11am - 6pm
Admission: £10 (students £5, under 12s free)

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Three Worcestershire Gardens
Jul
4
9:00 AM09:00

Three Worcestershire Gardens

Annual coach trip to three of Worcestershire's finest gardens:

  • Harrell's Hardy Plants Nursery
  • Conderton Manor
  • Whitcombe House.

Cost is £30 per person, including tea/coffee at all gardens (two with cake). Please bring a picnic lunch. Departs the Spendlove Car Park at 9 am promptly.

For further information and to reserve a place, please contact Sarah Potter on 01608 810388 or email sarahpotter@btinternet.com.

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The Winter's Tale
Jul
7
7:30 PM19:30

The Winter's Tale

  • Cherry Tree Cottage Ramsden, OX7 3AR (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Save the date!

On the 7th July 2018, the festival Players are bringing to Ramsden The Winter’s Tale: a story of right royal suspicion, a wronged queen, a lost child, true love and a murderous bear.  Written in two parts, Shakespeare brilliantly takes us from despair, loss and tragedy in the court of Leontes to the bucolic charm of summery Bohemia in this play about loss and redemption.

The play will start at 7.30pm with a 20 minute interval where free refreshments will be served.  Please come and have a picnic in the garden beforehand; the gate will be open from 5.30pm.

Tickets cost £25 each and school age children can come for free.  The play is fully sponsored so ALL ticket proceeds go to the Ashmolean.

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Parish Council Meeting
Jul
16
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Wilderness Festival
Aug
2
to Aug 5

Wilderness Festival

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Thursday 2nd - Sunday 5th August 2018

WILDERNESS

Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire

LOCAL RESIDENTS TICKETS

ON SALE FROM

WEDNESDAY 21ST FEBRUARY 2018

AT CHARLBURY POST OFFICE

AVAILABLE TO ALL RESIDENTS WITH OX7 3** POSTCODE

MAXIMUM 4 ADULT TICKETS PER HOUSEHOLD

PLEASE BRING PROOF OF ADDRESS (UTILITY BILL OR  BANK STATEMENT)

AND MATCHING ID

 

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Specialist Plant Sale
Sep
7
10:00 AM10:00

Specialist Plant Sale

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Friday September 7th 10.00am - 2.00pm
Salvias, Bulbs for Autumn Planting, Late Summer and Autumn flowering Perennials, Shrubs, Climbers, Topiary, Garden Tools and Sundries, Plant Supports and Obelisks

Plus a selection of stalls selling horticultural merchandise.

For further Information Contact Mel Tanner on 01285 850256

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Charlbury Farmers Market
Sep
8
9:00 AM09:00

Charlbury Farmers Market

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Charlbury is a Cotswold Market Town with a Charter granted by King Henry III in 1256. The original market place was in Church Street but nowadays there is too much traffic and street closure is not an option. The Playing Close is a superb location and the Trustees of Thomas Gifford's Charity (the landowner) has agreed that Charlbury farmers' markets can take place there. Charlbury has a long history, which can be viewed in the Museum and its five Churches, it also has a hotel, a variety of pubs, delicatessen, book shop, newsagents, chemists, estate agents, general stores and a library. 

To this was added our first Farmers' Market in July 2001 of 8 stalls. We now attract about 30 stalls quarterly with a range of products from plants to willow baskets, chillies to sheepskins. All the produce comes from within a 50 mile radius of Charlbury and complies with TVFMC rules. 

We also allow stalls that promote Charlbury's many activities such as the annual Street Fair, Beer Festival and Children's Playgroup.

 

Location:

The Playing Close
Charlbury

 

Post Code:

OX7 3RJ (Map)

 

Date:

2nd Saturday Quarterly

 

Time:

09:00 - 13:00

 

Contact

Name:

Lee McCallum

 

Email:

marketmanager@ymail.com

 

Mobile:

07779 400421

 

Produce Available

Baked Goods

Beverages

Crafts

Fish

Fruit

Lamb

Meat

Organic

Plants

Pork

Preserves & Honey

Speciality Products

Vegetables

Venison

 

Members Attending

Aztec Gold Chocolate

Bibury Trout Farm

Go Spice Mixes Ltd

Halcyon Honey Farm

Ken Mills Pottery

Lamb Man - The Meat Joint

Larder & Tuck - delicious chutneys, conserves and confectionery

House of Goodness

Palace Cuisine

Pie & Mighty Pies

Scrumptious Catering

Stainswick Farm Oil

Styan Family Produce

Sufi Spice

Ugly Cheese - superb farmhouse cheese, butter and cream

UGM Nursery

Veanda

Wild Venison supplied by W.F.D.M. Ltd

WildWood - unusual perennials and seasonal homegrown cut flowers

 

Also Attending

Cotswold Curerartisan producer of salami and chorizo made from locally sourced free range pork

Crazy Daves Ciderrange of quality ciders made from local apples!

Dockwood Ltdchutneys, chilli glaze, balsamic dressing, smoked cheese

Moore & Lyonquality, locally home reared meat

Sweet Fanciesscrumptious hand-made cakes for all occasions

Vivo Krautsappetising range of preserved vegetables, including Sauerkraut & Kimchi

 

 

 

 

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Parish Council Meeting
Sep
17
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Oct
15
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Nov
19
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Jun
18
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Churchill Vintage & Classic Car Show
Jun
10
12:00 PM12:00

Churchill Vintage & Classic Car Show

A popular day out for locals, tourists and car enthusiasts alike, the 15th Vintage & Classic Car Show will see this picturesque village transformed into a cavalcade of cars, music, food and drink. As well as showcasing some spectacular vintage and classic cars, it's a great summer day out for all the family, and raises hundreds of thousands for community projects and local charities.

Time: 12noon - 5pm

Admission: £7 for adults, OAPs £5, children & parking free.

All proceeds to charities & local good causes

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Charlbury Farmers Market
Jun
9
9:00 AM09:00

Charlbury Farmers Market

Charlbury is a Cotswold Market Town with a Charter granted by King Henry III in 1256. The original market place was in Church Street but nowadays there is too much traffic and street closure is not an option. The Playing Close is a superb location and the Trustees of Thomas Gifford's Charity (the landowner) has agreed that Charlbury farmers' markets can take place there. Charlbury has a long history, which can be viewed in the Museum and its five Churches, it also has a hotel, a variety of pubs, delicatessen, book shop, newsagents, chemists, estate agents, general stores and a library. 

To this was added our first Farmers' Market in July 2001 of 8 stalls. We now attract about 30 stalls quarterly with a range of products from plants to willow baskets, chillies to sheepskins. All the produce comes from within a 50 mile radius of Charlbury and complies with TVFMC rules. 

We also allow stalls that promote Charlbury's many activities such as the annual Street Fair, Beer Festival and Children's Playgroup.

 

Location:

The Playing Close
Charlbury

 

Post Code:

OX7 3RJ (Map)

 

Date:

2nd Saturday Quarterly

 

Time:

09:00 - 13:00

 

Contact

Name:

Lee McCallum

 

Email:

marketmanager@ymail.com

 

Mobile:

07779 400421

 

Produce Available

Baked Goods

Beverages

Crafts

Fish

Fruit

Lamb

Meat

Organic

Plants

Pork

Preserves & Honey

Speciality Products

Vegetables

Venison

 

Members Attending

Aztec Gold Chocolate

Bibury Trout Farm

Go Spice Mixes Ltd

Halcyon Honey Farm

Ken Mills Pottery

Lamb Man - The Meat Joint

Larder & Tuck - delicious chutneys, conserves and confectionery

House of Goodness

Palace Cuisine

Pie & Mighty Pies

Scrumptious Catering

Stainswick Farm Oil

Styan Family Produce

Sufi Spice

Ugly Cheese - superb farmhouse cheese, butter and cream

UGM Nursery

Veanda

Wild Venison supplied by W.F.D.M. Ltd

WildWood - unusual perennials and seasonal homegrown cut flowers

 

Also Attending

Cotswold Curerartisan producer of salami and chorizo made from locally sourced free range pork

Crazy Daves Ciderrange of quality ciders made from local apples!

Dockwood Ltdchutneys, chilli glaze, balsamic dressing, smoked cheese

Moore & Lyonquality, locally home reared meat

Sweet Fanciesscrumptious hand-made cakes for all occasions

Vivo Krautsappetising range of preserved vegetables, including Sauerkraut & Kimchi

 

 

 

 

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Cogges Family Festival
May
28
10:00 AM10:00

Cogges Family Festival

Cogges' new festival of simple family fun on the farm.

There will be something for everyone to enjoy in the beautiful surroundings of Cogges. It's all about jumping in with both welly boots, trying new things and waving your hands in the air, including a special performance by local children's musician, David Gibb at 11am, and ending the day with a big family ceilidh from 3pm.

Other activities and performances include:

Witney Music Festival
Ducklington Morris dancers
J.E.T Falconry
Teddy Bears Picnic
Puppet show and story corner
Scarecrow competition
Crafts - flower crowns, rope making
Butter making at 1pm & 3pm

Prices
£6.50/£4.50

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Witney Music Festival
May
25
to Jun 9

Witney Music Festival

Free music festival!

Join the celebrations of the 12th Witney Music Festival.

Rock, jazz, folk, choral, hip-hop, indie, gospel, country, classical, dance and more: we've got something for everyone. Two weeks of free music around the the town's pubs, music venues and attractions with over 200 bands/acts performing

Full details are on the Witney Music Festival website

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Parish Council Meeting ( Followed by the AGM at 8.00pm)
May
21
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting ( Followed by the AGM at 8.00pm)

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Bampton Day of Dance
May
21
8:30 AM08:30

Bampton Day of Dance

A day of dancing through the village - an annual celebration of Morris Dancing in a tradition dating back 500 years.

Bampton has three world-renowned Morris Dance teams. On the Monday of the Spring Bank Holiday, the teams start the dancing at around 08.30, and continue through the day at various locations in the village – including outside the pubs. The programme for the day’s events can be obtained in or around The Market Square. In the evening, visiting teams join in the dancing, and ‘make merry’. And do try the ‘fertility cake’, which is carried around the streets with the dancers.

Morris dancing typically involves six dancers, in a performance formation of two lines of three, plus various ancillary characters such as fool and cake/sword bearer.

The pubs are open all day and there are usually great music sessions in the evening.

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Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society annual conference
May
19
10:00 AM10:00

Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society annual conference

Oxfordshire Past 2018 will be held on Saturday 19 May at St Peter & St Paul Church, Church Street, Deddington OX15 0SA, from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. This enjoyable annual event in the Oxfordshire calendar is for anyone interested in history, buildings and archaeology. Stalls and exhibits will be open throughout the day.

For more information please visit http://oxfordshirepast.org/

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Witney Festival of Food and Drink
May
19
9:30 AM09:30

Witney Festival of Food and Drink

Celebrate the wonders of local food with stall holders from within 30 miles of Witney showcasing a range of high-quality, artisan produce for you to sample. Local businesses and charities are also represented in the Local Focus Area, which gives a further taste of what West Oxfordshire has to offer.

This year, the 6th Witney Festival of Food & Drink, will highlight the flourishing local boutique Gin market, and introduces a high-tension cook-off element, together with a Children’s Tent full of fun… as ever, not to be missed!

The cafe, bar and a range of foodie pop ups will be open all day to fuel the festival spirit and live performances will keep the crowds entertained.
Admission: £3, under 12s free

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Two days, One Night. - Charlbury Film Club Film of the month.
May
13
7:30 PM19:30

Two days, One Night. - Charlbury Film Club Film of the month.

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Cert. 15 / 95 mins.
This critically acclaimed and award winning Belgian film from the Dardennes brothers stars Marion Cotillard as Sandra who has just been released from hospital only to find that she no longer has a job at the Solar Panel factory. According to management, the only way Sandra can hope to regain her position is to convince her co-workers to sacrifice their much-needed yearly bonuses. Now, over the course of one weekend, Sandra must confront each co-worker individually in order to win a majority of their votes before time runs out. (In French, shown with subtitles).
Admission: £5
Doors & licensed bar from 6.45pm

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Carterton May Day Fair & Car Boot Sale
May
7
11:00 AM11:00

Carterton May Day Fair & Car Boot Sale

  • Carterton Recreation Ground & Brownes Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

There will be lots of stalls and attractions including a large craft marquee, fairground rides, refreshments, go-karts, vintage cars, a scarecrow trail and a dog show (run by K9 Playtime Academy).

There will also be a large car boot and lots of charity and commercial stalls. 


Plus will you be brave enough to meet Pete the baby T-Rex?! Or why not view the Jurassic Park Jeep or come and sit on the Iron Throne and rule Westeros!? 

All profits raised go to Save the Children Fund.

Free entry!

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The Cogges Craft Market & Country Show
May
7
10:00 AM10:00

The Cogges Craft Market & Country Show

The Cogges Craft Market & Country Show will be welcoming over 30 stalls to the market, held in the 17th Century barns, selling all manner of different crafts and handmade gifts from the local area.

There will also be a colourful YARN BARN, dedicated to all yarn lovers.
Shoppers will also be able to see demonstrations from craftspeople and working examples of a variety of rural skills such as rope making, beekeeping, hedge laying, scything and willow weaving.


Usual entry fees apply, free for season ticket holders. Entry to Craft Market only is £2.

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Dad's Army Radio Hour
May
6
7:30 PM19:30

Dad's Army Radio Hour

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Dad’s Army Radio Hour

Based on the classic BBC sitcom by Jimmy Perry and David Croft

Performed by David Benson and Jack Lane
Directed by Owen Lewis

Sound design by Tom Lishman

 

Two actors play 25 characters in this brilliant staging of classic radio scripts based on favourite episodes from the original TV series. Celebrating 50 years of Perry and Croft's quintessential sitcom, which won the Best One-Liner accolade in a poll of comedians conducted earlier this year by Gold, with the immortal words "Don't tell him, Pike".

 

Double Fringe First Award winner David Benson (star of Think No Evil Of Us: My Life With Kenneth Williams and Boris: World King) and Jack Lane (Wisdom Of A Fool) present a selection of classic radio episodes featuring favourite lines, cherished characters and great feats of vocal impersonation!

 

'Pretty much perfect feat of mimicry' The Times

 

'Benson and Lane carry it all off beautifully' **** Daily Telegraph

 

Benson and Lane’s impersonations are peerless, the show an absolute treat from start to finish. Wonderful stuff!’ Daily Mail

 

‘Lewis's direction and Lishman's sound design give real light and shade in which the two versatile performers shine.’ The Arts Desk

 

‘Classic British comedy recreated by two classic performers.  A show not to miss.’ ***** Southside Advertiser

 

‘Utterly brilliant! The best Dad’s Army recreation I’ve seen.’ Barry Cryer

 

www.DadsArmyRadioHour.com

Tickets are £25.00 each, to include an interval supper of 'Lord Woolton Pie' - a dish created by The Savoy Hotel during the Second World War.
Contact Ian Walton for more information and tickets ( cheques made payable to Cottage Opera Productions).

Call Ian on 01993 868 222

 

 

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Oxfordshire Art Weeks
May
5
to May 28

Oxfordshire Art Weeks

Come and visit friendly open studios and diverse pop-up exhibitions in towns and venues across Oxfordshire, for free, from 5th-28th May.

Artweeks is the opportunity to see amazing art in wonderful places: expect the unexpected, be inspired, diverted and delighted – and come home with a unique artwork of your own.

For more information visit https://www.artweeks.org/


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Featuring

Sue Tucker, "The Ramsden Weaver"
Saturday 5th – 13th May
11am-6pm

St Mary's Church
Church Lane
Charlbury
Oxfordshire
OX7 3PX

https://www.artweeks.org/festival/2018/st-marys-church-group

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