Oxford Symposium on Religious Studies
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Springtime in Oxford

OXFORD OUTDOOR MARKET Gloucester Green, Oxford City Centre. OX1 2BN open every Wednesday 9-4pm, Thursday 9 - 4 pm and Saturdays 10 – 5 pm.

Oxford Outdoor Markets consist of more than 100 stalls and stands. Producers from all over bring a range of fresh produce, including vegetables, cheeses, bread, coffees, cakes, and patisseries, not to mention a wide range of international street food. Shoppers will also find antiques and vintage clothing, collectables and 20th-century design pieces. This is the largest market of it's kind outside London.

VICTORIAN PASSIONS & PURSUITS at BLENHEIM PALACE until April 16

The current exhibition explores Blenheim Palace during the Victorian Era when the Greatest Briton, Sir Winston Churchill, was born there.

Romance & Rebellion is an art collection featuring 40 works from the Cecil Higgins Art Gallery.

FOR ALL FANS OF HARRY POTTER AND ALICE IN WONDERLAND

Have a fun day out in Oxford discovering Harry Potter filming locations and places that inspired the story of Alice in Wonderland.

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© Aidan McRae Thomson - Detail from Charles Eamer Kempe's west window at St Mary's
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Spring Session 2018 Queens College
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