Activities and Events In Oxfordshire 10th-11th November 2018

It’s been a bit chaotic here the last few weeks what with half term, Halloween, Dad of 2.5 starting a new job, oh and a certain little pregnancy announcement.  Our feet have barely touched the ground, let alone my backside hit a seat!  We are very excited to be heading to Coral Reef on Friday for an exclusive event with Zoggs swimwear.  The kids are literally counting down the days.  We’ve got a chilled day at Nanny’s to recover on Saturday, then on Sunday morning Lois will be doing the local remembrance parade with her Cubs group.  There’s always something going on here!  If you do find yourself with a bit of spare time this weekend then check out our list of activities and events in Oxfordshire and beyond.  Have a good one!

Saturday 10th November

  • Christmas fair at Waddesdon Manor (free entry for National Trust members) 11am-6pm.
  • Meet the street cat named Bob and James Bowen at Waterstones in Reading 1-3pm.  They will be signing copies of their new book ‘The Little Book Of Bob’.
  • Abingdon Festival Of Fireworks 5-8pm at Dalton Barracks.  £6 per person or £20 for a family (kids under 5 go free). Cash only on the gate.
  • The Berkshire Christmas Festival at Newbury Showground from 10am.  Shopping, circus, choir, music. Father Christmas, reindeer and more.
  • Mum3Mum nearly new sale at Didcot Civic Hall 10:30am.

Sunday 11th November

  • Christmas fair at Waddesdon Manor (free entry for National Trust members) 11am-6pm.
  • WWI beacon of light will be lit at White Horse Hill at 7pm to commemorate the anniversary of the end of WWI.  FREE
  • The Berkshire Christmas Festival at Newbury Showground from 10am.  Shopping, circus, choir, music. Father Christmas, reindeer and more.

Ongoing Events

  • Illuminated evenings at Fairytale Farm on Saturday and Sunday evenings Saturday 13th October – Sunday 23rd December and Monday 24th December.   £6.25 per person to enjoy the illuminations and either a hot dog or soup with crusty roll plus a drink in the Beanstalk Cafe.
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