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Banbury is in the centre of the ‘golden triangle’ between Oxford, Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon. Banbury has the advantage of being close enough to all three to visit, but far enough away to retain its own character and atmosphere.
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Less queues for Trinder’s Barbershop. Matt joins Jordan and Dominic in this increasingly popular barber shop in Church Lane, Banbury. Keeping with tradition. The name Trinder’s has been synonymous to the Banbury business landscape for over a 100 years. Owner Jordan Trinder who started his barber Career 11 year ago working for varies barbershops, took the… Continue Reading
It will be fun fur all at a Teddy Bears Picnic in People’s Park on Thursday 29 August. Youngsters of all ages are invited to take their teddy bears and some snacks for an open-air party organised jointly by Banbury Town Council and Banbury Lions as part of the park’s 100th anniversary celebrations. Blankets, folding […]
Foodies can feast on tasty treats galore at Banbury Food & Drink Festival. Banbury’s Food and Drink Festival on Sunday August 18 will be a mouth-watering experience with more than a hundred stalls offering delicacies made locally but with flavours from around the world. The town’s Market Place will overflow with tasty treats of many […]
Family friendly theatre for free. A free family friendly performance will embark on a six date outdoor theatre tour across the Cherwell District this summer. To mark their fifteenth year producing theatre with and for young people, Banbury’s Cherwell Theatre Company will present ‘Myth’ a new play by Artistic Director, Tristan Jackson-Pate. Mr Jackson-Pate said; […]
Roll-over for Banbury United Football Club Lottery. For next weeks draw at 3pm on 2nd August 2019 – It’s a roll-over with an estimated prize of £650.00. £1 for 3 numbers10% go to Keep our Horton fighting fund50% to winner40% Banbury United community fund The winning numbers will be advertised in the Banbury Guardian, on the […]
Music festival fans rock Market Place Banbury. Music fans packed the Market Place on Friday to enjoy four-and-a-half hours of non-stop rock and pop with generous helpings of ska and reggae thrown in.. Banbury’s second-ever town centre music festival was a massive success as five great local bands performed live on stage. Thousands turned out […]
Horse riders are being invited to raise money for charity by joining a sponsored ride on Sunday August 11. The event, Banbury Lions’ 41st annual charity horse ride will start at Broughton Castle and cover 10 miles of beautiful countryside. A short route is also available and the ride includes free entry to the Swacliffe […]
The Big Community Lunch hosted by BYHP Supporting Young People in Housing Need. The Big Community Lunch have teamed up with three other local charities; Community Albums, Sunrise Multicultural Project and Let’s Play. There will be lots of cold buffet style food available for free so take something along to add to the table and […]
Five great local bands for Banbury town centre music festival. Banbury’s second-ever town centre music festival will be live and loud as thousands of fans pack the Market Place for a night of rock, reggae, ska and pop. Five great local bands will take the stage from 6pm ‘til late on Friday 26 July to […]