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Live Screenings at Amey Theatre, Abingdon

Exciting news over at Abingdon’s Amey Theatre for everyone in the family… Ever since the theatre has had a large projection screen with surround sound and a satellite link – this means the venue can be used […]

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New slide name revealed for Coral Reef Waterworld

First water slide name revealed for Coral Reef Waterworld. We’ve all been waiting very impatiently for more information regarding Coral Reef and finally… everything looks to be completed by the beginning of September. Not only that, […]

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Summer Fun at Kirtlington Golf Club

Here’s something for your mini-golfers! Kirtlington Golf Club are offering Summer Golf Play Days where anybody aged 6-17 can join in through the summer holidays and play to win a junior golf competition. The play days run every […]

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Visit: The British Motor Museum, Gaydon

Today, we explore the newly refurbished British Motor Museum, which has the largest collection of historic British cars. You can take a walk down the ‘Time Road’ and discover how both motoring and family life […]

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RedKangaroo trampoline park

  A brand-new, massive, state-of-the-art RedKangaroo trampoline park is now open in Reading! (And this one’s for tots-to-teens-to-twenties … and beyond!) In May we saw the arrival of Britain’s most exciting new chain of trampoline parks: […]

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Coral Reef Waterworld – Exciting update!

More details revealed about Coral Reef’s fantastic new flumes coming soon! As progress is made on installing Coral Reef Waterworld’s new, thrilling water slides, more details can now be revealed about what visitors can expect […]

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The Theatre Chipping Norton Workshops

Easter Workshops at The Theatre, Chipping Norton Boys’ Dance Day Monday 10th April, 10am-4pm, for 7-11 years. Tickets: £30 This workshop is designed especially for boys, providing them with the rare opportunity to dance with […]

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Football in No Man’s Land

The Christmas truce was a series of widespread but unofficial ceasefires along the Western Front of World War I, that took place in 1914. It has become one of the most famous and reimagined events of the First World War. […]

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Cast away to Christmas!

As we hurtle towards Advent and the midwinter equinox, the theatre in Chipping Norton is promising us all a break from bad weather with a trip to a Pacific island for a traditional pantomime. […]

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Why is fear fun?

With Hallowe’en approaching, it’s hard to avoid ghosts, goblins and other spooky decorations, but some people go even further, seeking out experiences that they know will scare the living daylights out of them. […]