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What’s On in Oxfordshire over the August Bank Holiday

What’s On in Oxfordshire over the August Bank Holiday

Little Ankle Biters have put together a few highlights of what’s on in Oxforshire over the Bank Holiday Weekend

The Big Feastival – The Big Feastival is a concoction between Blur’s Alex James and Jamie Oliver to bring you the feel good festival of food and music for the whole family. For more details click here

The Big Feastival is a family festival of food and music


Play2give’s Funday  A fun filled day for all the family in Didcot. There will be carnival-themed games, Bouncy Castles, Face Painting, Glitter Tattoos, Henna Stand, Soccer Darts, Music, Small Funfair Rides (subject to weather), A Mobile Bar including chilled wines (we’re in!!), Ice Cream Van,  Coconut Shy, Tug of War, Raffle, Tombola, Stalls and more! For more details click here

Free day out with the kids in Didcot on 27th August 2017

Towersey Festival Along with the warmest of welcomes, you can expect top class music on stages big and small; dance, hands-on workshops, ground-breaking children’s and youth programmes and that special something that makes Towersey the perfect end to summer. For more details click here


Towersey Fringe  There will be face painting, Zorbs, the Candy Floss Crew, Football Shootout, bouncy castles and the children’s play area. For more details click here


Wind in the Willows at Blenheim Palace Pack your picnics and join the boat-loving Ratty, the sensible yet curious Mole, wise old Badger and the fantastically irrepressible Toad as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime to save Toad Hall! For more details click here


Woodstock Live Their aim is to stage an event that offers a truly eclectic mix of music – something for everyone! – in the beautiful natural amphitheatre of 12th century and later Woodstock town centre. For more details click here

Woodstock Live Music free festival in Oxfordshire, family day with kids


If you would like more ideas for what’s on in Oxfordshire click here

For family day out ideas in and around Oxfordshire click here


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