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Living Heritage Oxfordshire Craft Show

The Living Heritage Oxfordshire Craft Show promises to be an event that is full of activity and have expanded their show to incorporate more specialist demonstrations than ever before. Everything from beekeeping and bodging to wood carving, spinning, coracle making and a blacksmiths competition to name but a few.

Arena events which include displays featuring eagles, hawks, vultures, falcons and owls from around the world, along with ferret displays.

Children will love the free puppet shows and anusements, make & take marquee, hamster display plus lots of other attractions are included in the admission price.

The event takes place on 23rd - 25th August (August Bank Holiday)
The Palace and formal gardens are open daily until 2nd November 2008, 10.30am - 5.30pm (last admission 4.45pm) . The Palace and formal gardens are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays from 5th November to 14th December. The Park opens daily except Christmas Day. The Park opens at 9am, the Palace and Pleasure Gardens at 10.30am.

Posted : 22/08/2008 12:08:32

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