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8:00
Boot Abingdon
Nomads of India Through the Lens Oxford
8:30
team Gladiator running group Marston
9:00
Uncommon interests: Mertonian Treasures in the Bodleian Oxford
9:30
Peach Croft Farm Giant Car Boot Abingdon
10:00
Ghost Fest Oxford
Halloween Half Term - Execution Oxford
Ghost Fest Oxford
Ghost Fest Oxford
Halloween Half Term - Execution Oxford
Kabul: Portraits from a Troubled City Oxford
Oxford Ceramics Fair Oxford
First World War and Witney Witney
Modal Landscape by Cairine MacGillivray Oxford
10:30
Archaeological Excavation Wallingford
Church 110th Anniversary service Oxford
Birdscapes Bampton
11:00
The Great War: Personal Stories From Downing Street to the Trenches Oxford
Wonder Walk Oxford
Stuart Brisley - State of Denmark Oxford
Straight to Camera: Performance for Film Oxford
The Schubert Project 2014: Schubert & Nature - A Study Day Oxford
The Poppy Run Radley
Banbury Camera Club Photography Exhibition Banbury
12:00
Stuart Brisley Oxford
Return of King Alfred's Head Sunday Carvery Wantage
Porthleven: A Peripatetic Encounter (Bath Spa Porthleven Prize 2014) Oxford
13:00
Witney Giant Afternoon Car Boot Witney
Shell and the Art of Advertising Banbury
Sunday Lunchtime music Abingdon
14:00
Baby Boogie Didcot
the sunday sessions Oxford
14:30
Sunday Story Sessions - Tales of Exile and Sanctuary Oxford
15:00
Summon the Superheroes! FUNomusica Family Concert Oxford
17:00
The Schubert Project 2014: Der Göttinger Hainbund: Settings of Hölty, Stolberg, Uz & Klopstock Oxford
Fairytale Farm Illuminated Evenings Chipping Norton
C.Ody Chipping Norton
18:45
Roller Derby taster Bicester
19:00
Bingo Marston
19:30
Pavlova Wind Quintet in Wantage Festival Abingdon
Commemmoration - music from the time of the Great War Wantage

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