Events

May 2015

Abingdon air show

May 03rd

Abingdon Air Show

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Bluebell Walk Thames Valley Air Ambulance

May 03rd

Open Gardens – Air Ambulance Bluebell Sunday!

Come with your children and dogs (on lead), have a BBQ snack and enjoy a walk through the fields to a 30 acre ancient wood which is carpeted with bluebells every Spring. Set off at any time between 12 and 5pm on a choice of off-road routes...

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Miss Caledonia poster

May 06th

Miss Caledonia theatre show

Farnham Maltings Traveling Theatre returns to St Johns Hall, Mortimer nr...

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Air Ambulance Open Gardens 2015

May 10th

Open Gardens – Scotlands

Scotlands is a delightful setting and has become a very popular garden within the Charity’s annual Open Garden scheme. Walk through the woodland and sit by the lake in a little valley with further ponds and a waterfall.

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Ride the County 2015

May 16th

Ride the County 2015!

Three counties, four checkpoints, your route. Ride through the day,...

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Green Park Royal Berkshire 10K

May 17th

The Royal Berkshire 10K

Organisers of the The Royal Berkshire 10K have adopted the Thames...

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Blenheim 7k Fun Run - Air Ambulance

May 17th

Blenheim 7K

Blenheim Palace is once again the stunning venue for the...

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Air Ambulance Open Gardens 2015

May 17th

Open Gardens – Glebelands Road

Three gardens, one shared drive, one group of relaxed people all happy to share their peaceful gardens. Come and enjoy tea and cakes, trees and shrubs and most important, three diverse takes on the gentle art of creating garden Utopia.

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Air Ambulance Open Gardens 2015

May 23rd

Open Gardens – Stubbings House

A beautiful stately garden set in woodlands around the 18th Century Stubbings House, home to Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands in the 1940s. Lovely open parkland and lawns, with extensive southerly views and woodland walks.

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Air Ambulance Open Gardens 2015

May 24th

Open Gardens – Towersey Manor

When the Barnetts moved to Towersey in 1973 they took on a large open garden with no structure or shade. A trip to the horticultural ‘Mecca’ at Sissinghurst fired up their interest and enthusiasm and they started to plan a radical transformation of their ‘airfield’. Formal hornbeam hedges planted in 1975 now separate smaller informal areas that include a nuttery...

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