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14th Midsummer Festival
Friday 17th - Sunday 26th June 2016

Welcome to the 14th Wolvercote and Wytham Midsummer Festival celebrating life in both our communities. This year we have chosen the theme of 'Place and Space'

Summary of events.  Tickets will be on sale at the Post Box.   Look out for the paper programme which is available free from local churches, pubs and shops or you can download a pdf.
Full programme here
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Events in bold must be booked in advance as places are limited. Click on the Event links to view the page in the programme. (Press your browser's 'back' key to return to this page) Event Map.  Fun on the Green Stalls Amazing Raffle Prizes

Please note that the paper programmes are no longer delivered door to door.

Date

 Time

Venue

Event

Book?

Bus?

Fri 17

 

 

WHS visit to the Maritime Museum, London  Details

Call Ann Munro  558090

 

 

7.30pm

WoVH

Ceilidh with Mouse and Trousers Tickets £8/£6 + £5 for food plate

Post Box

 

Sat 18

11.00am - 12.00pm WoVH Bell Ringing Workshop - hand bells and large bell simulator    

 

11.00 - 4.30pm

WoVH

Teas and Snacks on sale

 

 

 

1.30pm - 5.00pm

GG

Fun on the green. Stalls, Dog Show, Raffle, Circus workshop, Bouncy Castle and more!

Dog Show Classes

 

4.30pm

WoVH

Raffle Winners Displayed

 

 

 

7.30pm

WoVH

Music Night Tickets £10/£8 Lineup

Post Box

 

Sun 19

9 - 10.00am

WoVH

Submit exhibits for the WHS Show Entry forms and fees must be submitted on or before Friday 17th

Classes Entry Form Checklist

 

10.00am

SPCh

Festival Service

 

 

 

12 - 1.00pm

BC

Classical Concert

 

 

 

2 - 4.00pm

WoVH

WHS Summer Rose and Sweet Pea Show  / Teas

 

 

 

2.15 - 3pm

SPCh

Family Concert

 

 

 

7.30pm

PL

Festival Quiz

 

 
Mon 20 12.30pm BCH Festival Buffet Lunch £3.50 With Speaker David Chamberlain leading a talk on memories of Wolvercote. SOLD OUT  

7.30pm

WPS

'Our Place In Space' - Talk by Dr Roger Noble of Jodrell Bank

 

  Followed by TBA Telescope viewing TBC (weather permitting)    
Tue 21 10.00am WCO Bill Clarke leads a walk through the village with historical stories from guest speakers.    
 

7.30pm

ASCh

Wytham Church Summer Concert

  Book

Wed 22

6.00pm

BCH

Family Film night 'Shaun the Sheep'

 

 

Thu 23

10.00am Hill End History walk around the Hill End Centre and the links to the Ffennel family

 

Book
 

6.00pm

WYPC

Spoken Word Performance and Sausage Sizzler Supper

   
Fri 24 7.00pm WoVH

St Peter's Players present 'Daffodils at Dawn' and Isobel's War

   

Sat 25

10 - 12.00pm

BCH

Children’s Parade Workshop

 

 
  12 - 5.00pm ASCh Art and Craft Exhibition  

 

12.30pm

LWG

Morris Dancing

 

 

 

1.15pm

LWG

Gather for the parade

 

 

 

1.30pm

LWG

Parade from the Lower Wolvercote Green

 

 

 

2 - 4.00pm

SPCh

St Peter’s Patronal Fête

 

 

 

6.00pm

WHWo

End of Festival BBQ

 

 
Sun 26 11am SPCh Patronal Festival Communion    
  12-7.00pm ASCh Art and Craft Exhibition    
  5 - 7.00pm AsCh End of Art & Craft Exhibition drinks, nibbles and music   Book

 

Key to Venues

ASCh - All Saints Church, Wytham
BCH - Baptist Church Hall
BC - Baptist Church
BPCP - Bathing Place Car Park
FAI - FAI Farm, Wytham
GG - Goose Green
LWG - Lower Wolvercote Green
PL - Plough Inn
SPCh - St Peter’s Church
SPR - St Peter’s Rooms
WHWo - White Hart, Wolvercote
WHWy - White Hart, Wytham
WCO - Wolvercote Community Orchard
WoVH - Wolvercote Village Hall
WPS - Wolvercote Primary School
WW - Wytham Woods Car Park
WyVH - Wytham Village Hall
WYPC - Wolvercote Young People’s Club

GET YOUR PROGRAMME FROM:
Kendal Crescent PO
Cutteslowe Community Centre
First Turn Stores
St. Peter's Church
The Plough Inn
The Post Box
Baptist Church Hall
The White Hart, Wolvercote
Jacob's Inn
All Saints Church, Wytham
The White Hart, Wytham
Summertown Library
NOA Community Centre