The Story Museum in Oxford is reopening and bursting with surprises. So what...

A huge indoor play space, rabbit hole, story-telling bus, films and a huge bed on a carousel are just some of the exciting features you...

Cowley Road Carnival At Home kicks off virtually on Sunday with four stages, live...

Cowley Road Carnival kicks off on Sunday, broadcast online across four ‘stages’ from 11am with an eclectic mix of live music, DJ sets, dance, performances,...

HELLO CAMPERS: Creation urges you to get your tent out and enjoy Henry VIII...

Get your tents out, erect a den, light a campfire and get settled in with your family for a night of storytelling. Discover what the...

Children love Oxford Philharmonic’s virtual ‘OP at Home’ project about music and instruments

For primary school children in Oxfordshire, music education just got a little bit more fun. Oxford Philharmonic – which regularly runs music...

How a vulnerable child with tracheomalacia, missed his friends and kickstarted ‘Time To Play’...

“It started during lockdown,” says dad and music education expert Greg Hooper. “My five-year-old son Ted suffers from a condition called tracheomalacia that makes him...

BREAKING NEWS: Lavish online celebration and big names in this year’s virtual ‘Oxford Festival...

An ambitious and lavish 18-day online festival of music, food, art, history, politics, dance and theatre has been announced by Oxford Festival of the Arts,...

World champion beatboxer SK Shlomo talks about his new virtual children’s show, fundraising for...

Record-breaking beatboxer SK Shlomo is launching a huge project to help kids, and raise money for NHS Charities Together – teaming up with The North Wall, Pegasus...

Oxfordshire mothers’ emotional coronavirus journey captured in new ISOLATION photographic exhibition

An exhibition of photographs that captures family life in isolation has launched online to document these strange and challenging times. Curated by...

It’s National Gardening Week and with Nicholsons now open for home deliveries and the...

It's National Gardening Week, and during lockdown those of us lucky enough to have outside spaces have never been busier. Organised by...

BREAKING NEWS: The Choir of Magdalen College keeps May Morning tradition alive by singing...

The May Morning celebrations may well have been cancelled, but the Choir of Magdalen College is determined not to let this 500-year-old Oxford tradition go...
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