Outings & Events

From time to time the Society organises Events, and during the summer months Outings to places of historical interest around the Banbury area.

Table of Forthcoming Outings and Events

Date

Outing or Event

Leader or Organiser (and Joining details)

16 May 2019 Village visit to Charlton:
Iron-age hill-fort, Victorian stables, blacksmith’s forge & more. Led by Deborah Hayter.
Meet at 5.30 pm at Rainsborough (half a mile outside Charlton on the road to Aynho); parking for access to the hill-fort.  We shall be walking across a field to get there so make sure you are wearing adequate footwear if it is wet.
13 Jun 2019
  Walking tour of Jericho, Oxford.
Originally an industrial area based on the Oxford Canal.  Led by David Clark.
David Clark is an architectural historian.
Meet at 6 pm outside the Oxford University Press building in Walton Street.
11 July 2019; 5.30pm Annual General Meeting. To be held in South Newington Church.  After the meeting in the church (famous for its wall-paintings) we shall walk up the road for drinks in the village hall which is one of the earliest Quaker meeting houses in the area.   South Newington (OX15 4ET) is on the A361 halfway between Banbury and Chipping Norton.  Park where you can in the centre of the village.


    







 
 
 
 


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