Celebrate the beginning of summer with Shakti Kitchen and a sumptuous 3 course Moroccan-inspired sharing feast. 100% plant-based and organic! Pile your plates with big bold flavours and the vibrant colours of summer.
At the wonderful Oxford Artisan Distillery, their fabulous artisan spirits will be available to buy along with a selection of fine organic wines to enjoy with your meal.
Bring your friends and make new ones as we gather together to share delicious vegan food and the beautiful sounds of rohinimusic and his guitar. Let us welcome summer with open arms!
Advance booking essential 🙏
We are back with the 4th edition of Oxford houseplant swap! This time we are hosted by the wonderful Silvie’s cafe in East Oxford. It couldn’t be easier to take part! Simply bring along a healthy, pest free* houseplant or two, some seeds, some cuttings, or some tiny plant pups and swap them with other houseplant enthusiasts. It’s a great way to discover new plants, as well as new plant pals! Whether you are new to houseplants or have well rooted skills (see what we did there?) we welcome all knowledge levels to come along and get involved. Drinks and snacks are also available to purchase at the venue. (Vegan and gluten free options available)
We have a ticket system in place to hopefully reduce the amount of left over plants – e.g. you bring 3 plants, you get 3 tickets, you can then use these tickets to take 3 plants home.
Our amazing host venue, Silvie, is a lovely cafe that hosts lots of great events such as clothes swaps and a poetry library! You are in for a treat as they provide great coffee and snacks (vegan and gluten-free options available).
*pest free to the best of your knowledge.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
email@example.com, on instagram or facebook at @oxfordplantswap
What is the best way to ge to the venue?
Yes, parking in Oxford sucks, but buses, cycling and piggy back rides are some great alternatives to driving! But seriously, we are all about sustainability and we want to make it as low impact of an event as possible.
To celebrate the spirit of South Park and all the residents who walk their dogs here, our market on the 26th May is going to be a Dog’s Day Out! We will be holding a charity dog contest with prizes for Waggiest Tail, Loudest Bark and Dogs who Look Most Like their Owners, to be judged by the local animal shelter 🙂 . All proceeds from the dog show will go to a shelter, and we may even have adoptable dogs at the market too.
The Oxford Artisan Distillery Monthly Markets:
As an organic, sustainable business that only uses locally grown grain, The Oxford Artisan Distillery would like to support local organisations, artists, individuals, charities, farms and businesses who are doing good things for the community in the form of a monthly farmer’s market.
Our market days feature children’s activities (making sessions, face painting, seasonal craft making activities, gardening activities, etc) as well as food vendors, local bands/music, and a special distillery offering. The market also includes local farm produce and products for sale, and is open to local folks who want to showcase their wares or otherwise get the word out about what they are doing.
Art at the Bully
FREE monthly art event – 29th May & 26th June 2019
Hosted at The Bullingdon cocktail bar
Don’t forget to ask about our collaboration with Blackwells Art and Poster Shop! Discounted offers available here at Art at the Bully.
Art at the Bully is run by local artists and students from Oxford Brookes where everyone is welcome! There will be opportunities to sell your own art, or even just showcase your art, fundraise for local shows including PEEL: Oxford Brooke’s Fine Art Degree Show, alongside creative and fun workshops where we get the opportunity to work collaboratively.
Come and join us in Bully Bar for our fourth event of the year!
This month will involve in an open line up of assorted genre DJs, from Drum and bass to garage and house. A line up of local DJs playing to excite your creativity onto the easel. With the use of watercolour and pencil, show movement and noise.
We will have work shown by Francesca Morris with a small talk on her Art journey, experiences and tips.
Francesca Morris and other local artist work will be up for sale.
We will also have our usual drunken drawing stations set up and have some of our talented artists drawing your portraits for donations.
All materials will be provided but feel free to bring along any of your own, sadly NO PAINT allowed (excluding watercolor paints).
Claire Fuller’s latest book, Bitter Orange, is published in paperback on 2nd May and we think that it will make a great book club read. Claire will be at Mostly Books at 7.30pm on Thursday 30th May primed and ready to talk about her book.
Jellico is dying. A man who calls himself the vicar visits, hoping to extract a deathbed confession.
He wants to know what really happened that fateful summer of 1969, when Frances – tasked with surveying a dilapidated country house – first set eyes on the glamorous bohemian couple, Cara and Peter. She recalls the relationship they forged through sweltering days, lavish dinners and elaborate lies, and the Judas hole through which she would spy on the couple. Were the signs there right from the beginning? Or was it impossible to avoid the crime that split their lives open like rotten fruit?
Everyone is welcome – whether you’re already a member of a bookclub or just fancy the idea of a one-off bookclub-style event. Come along and join in the discussion.
Tickets are £10 and include a copy of the book plus a drink on the night. Copies of Bitter Orange can be picked up in advance so that you have plenty of time to read the book.
and currently travels to India twice a year, hosting both the Laughing Lotus Teacher Trainings as well as her own “Law of Attraction – Pilgrimage to the Masters” Retreat. Deborah’s passion the merging of science and spirituality, and she offers a unique and modern way in to timeless practices.
The market will be full of second hand treasures, bric a brac, good quality vintage and second hand clothes, hand made children’s clothes, smalls, antiques and furniture, vinyl and music .
The pub kitchen serving from nine, coffee, breakfast baps and pastries, focaccia to buy on the bar, Buck’s Fizz from eleven and lunch from midday. Magdalen village will be bustling with goodness,
As we say join us.
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