Fresh air fun

  1. Relax and have fun with family and friends around a campfire at Fat Squirrel Outdoor. Light and cook on bushcraft fires. Toast marshmallows to make some s’mores and lasting memories.
    1. 1 Jan 202331 Dec 2023
  2. Minster Lovell Hall
    Ruins of a large 15th century manor set around courtyard. Situated in attractive settings on the banks of the River Windrush. A skeleton found in 18th century is said to be that of Lord Lovell.
    1. 1 Jan 202331 Dec 2023
  3. Faringdon Folly
    Folly Tower, reaching for the sky up on Folly Hill, surrounded by charming woodland, with beautiful views over West Oxfordshire, the Thames Valley, the Vale of the White Horse, the Cotswolds, and the North Berkshire Downs. England's green and pleasant land at its very finest.
    1. 1 Jan 202331 Dec 2023
  4. A man throwing a disc
    A fun, family-friendly sport that anyone can enjoy - the object of the game: get your frisbee/disc into the target in as few shots as possible!
  5. Chipping Norton Lido
    Set in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds, the lido has two heated outdoor pools, a 25m swimming pool and a toddlers' paddling pool.
    1. 13 May 20234 Sep 2023
  6. The Rectory Farm barn external view
    Come and pick your own Oxfordshire fruit, vegetables and flowers from our 45 acres of colourful produce, all grown just for you.
  7. Woodstock Outdoor Pool
    1. 23 Apr 20234 Sep 2023
  8. The Thames at Chimney Meadows. Credit Kerry Lock
    Chimney Meadows is one of Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust’s flagship nature reserves and is well worth a visit at any time of year.
    1. 1 Jan 202331 Dec 2023
  9. wittenham clumps
    The much-loved Wittenham Clumps are one of South Oxfordshire’s most iconic landmarks, and the most highly visited free to access greenspace in the region. Standing proudly beside the Thames they offer stunning views over the surrounding countryside.
  10. The woodland area on a sunny day
    A fascinating mosaic of fossil-rich cliffs, fenland with ponds and streams, grassland, scrub and woodland set in an old quarry.
  11. An image of Glyme Valley on a summer's day
    Set on a south-facing slope running down to the River Glyme, this reserve is a remaining fragment of limestone grassland in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds.
    1. Bare limestone rock face
      Ardley Wood Quarry is a natural treasure trove in spring and summer with geological features and medieval earthworks. Warm and sheltered, the site is especially good for butterflies, and has thriving colonies of grizzled skippers, dingy skippers and green hairstreaks.
      St Oswald's Church at Widford (photo Helena Sylvester)