There’s never a shortage of things to do in Banburyshire. Family entertainment. Open Gardens. Countryside and Nature Events. History and Heritage. Street Markets. Fayres. Fetes. Live Music. Dance. Nightlife. Theatre. Films. And a firm favourite, Eating Out.
Bookmark our event listings for an up-to-the minute list of what’s on in and around the Banbury area and never miss an event.
Annual summer Classic Car Show in aid of the Town Mayors local Charities. 150+ classic cars, vans, tractors, motor bikes & military vehicles.
Show opens to the public at 11.00am
Sunday, August 18, 2019 at 9 AM – 4 PM
Town Park, High Street, Brackley NN137DS
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British Motor Museum. Banbury Road Gaydon Warwickshire. The world’s largest collection of historic British cars www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk
Fir Tree Falconry. Located in a spectacular valley north of Banbury on the Warwickshire/Oxfordshire border www.firtreefalconry.co.uk
The National Herb Centre. Located on the B4100 just outside Warmington Village, 5 miles north of Banbury and 11 miles south of Warwick www.herbcentre.co.uk
Banbury Museum located in Banbury’s town centre, next to the idyllic canal side, and opposite Tooley’s historic boatyard. www.banburymuseum.org/
Catanger Llamas. Situated on the Northamptonshire/Oxfordshire border. A llama trekking and breeding centre and are not open to the general public – advanced booking is essential to ensure a place on a trek. www.llamatrekking.co.uk
Evenley Wood Garden. Evenley Northamptonshire. A privately owned woodland garden – open daily to the public between February and the end of October www.evenleywoodgarden.co.uk
Canons Ashby. Between Banbury and Daventry in Northamptonshire. Discover 500 years of history in the medieval-to-Victorian house, admire the blooms in the rare 18th century garden, or pick up a family trail any time of year. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/canons-ashby