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Coronavirus precautions have forced Banbury Town Council to make cancellations and closures to many of its services and operations. Cancellations include all annual events until July and all bookings at the town hall. The council will continue to monitor the annual events situation on a regular basis. The monthly councillor surgeries that enable voters to… Continue Reading
4th Corner Landscaping awarded Banbury Town Council’s grounds maintenance contract. The new contractors will look after Banbury’s parks, open spaces and sports fields, while helping to tackle climate change by introducing carbon reduction initiatives into their maintenance programme. Director Julian Ransom said: “It’s very exciting for us and it will be a great privilege to […]
Coming to Banbury Bowl! Quiet Mornings – Every 3rd Sunday of the Month. Ideal for people who prefer a quieter environment. Arcades machines turned off No disco lighting or music on Neon lights switched off Lanes spread out to give you more space Limited lanes are available as each booking receives more space. To get […]
First ever open photography competition – [Focus] on Photography – promises a celebration of creativity at The Heseltine gallery. Launching for the first time in February 2020, [Focus]on Photography celebrates emerging and established photographers from all over the region. From over 150 entries the standard of work entered was high across all ranges of experience […]
Fantastic opportunity for young people in Banbury this February half term. After a hugely successful 2019, Banbury’s Cherwell Theatre Company are delighted to announce even more holiday activities throughout 2020, starting with accessible theatre workshops this February half term. Artistic Director, Tristan Jackson-Pate said; “This is another exciting opportunity for young people to work with […]
Banbury Cross Players will perform Nell Gwynn by Jessica Swale at The Mill Arts Centre from 12th to 15th February 2020. The play charts the rise of Restoration heroine Nell Gwynn from her roots in Coal Yard Alley to becoming Britain’s most celebrated actress – winning the heart of King Charles II along the way. […]
The world’s most famous classic car rally will be returning to Banbury on Thursday 30 January. Following the warm reception for drivers and exhibitors early last year, the Rallye Monte Carlo Historique will be passing through town again. The event will coincide with Banbury Charter Market which will include additional food stalls to help keep […]
This season’s pantomime is ‘Robin Hood’ brought to you by The Deddington Players. Featuring members of your community, old and new – this fantastic show is suitable for all the family, with music, dance and the chance to laugh your socks off. The Deddington Players is an amateur dramatics group with members from Deddington and surrounding […]
The poem ‘Betts Butchers of Banbury’ inspired by the photograph. Lamb chops, Pork Chops Sausages too Go to Church Lane And get in the queue. Joints of Beef A nice Leg of Lamb You can even get peas But they come in a can. Vegetables sold To go with the meat Sawdust on floor So […]