Events for 1st Apr 2019 - 30th Apr 2019

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  • Gloucester Green Market - general market

    • Date: 21st October 2015 - 31st December 2025
    • Every week
    • Location: Gloucester Green
    • Time: 09:00 - 16:00
    • Cost: Free

    Gloucester Green Market - general market

    The market at Gloucester Green is a traditional and vibrant open air market offering a wide range of goods on different days.

    The market operates every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Visit the LSD Promotions website for more information.

    • Wednesdays - General market, all types of traders welcome
    • Thursdays - Antique, Vintage, Art & Craft
    • Saturdays - Funky Food, Crafty Craft, all things Vintage & Arty
  • A photo of a group holding various multi coloured ribbons whilst sitting in a circle. The ribbons are joined at the centre of the circle.

    Movers and Shakers - Memory Lane

    • Date: 4th April 2019
    • Location: Oxford Town Hall, Long Room
    • Time: 14:00 - 15:00
    • Cost: FREE

    Memory Lane Movers and Shakers is a gentle dance and music group led by a dance tutor. Sessions are inspired by the memories and themes from Memory Lane.

    Memory Lane is a themed reminiscence group for older people. No booking required, for more information call the Museum Gift Shop on 01865 252334

  • Two ceramic tiles with patterns on.

    Patterns in the Museum - Family Day

    • Date: 11th April 2019
    • Location: Oxford Town Hall, Long Room
    • Time: 13:00 - 16:00
    • Cost: FREE

    Explore the collection to find out how people have made everyday objects beautiful by adding patterns as decoration. Make your own patterned creation to take home.

    No need to book, just drop in.

  • Architecture Town Hall 18

    Inside Oxford Town Hall

    • Date: 13th April 2019
    • Location: Gift Shop, Museum of Oxford
    • Time: 11:00 - 12:00
    • Cost: £4/£4.50/£5

    Tour for the 13/04/19 booking through Eventbrite

    Join the Museum of Oxford as we take you on a tour around Oxford’s magnificent Town Hall. You will visit the Medieval Cellar, the Council's Court Room and the Council Chamber, plus more*. This is a unique opportunity to see the 'other' side of Oxford's history - you've seen the Gown, why not take a look at the Town? 

    All money raised through our tours goes towards the development of the new Museum of Oxford.

    We know the cost of this ticket is more than the advertised price, however using this fantastic booking website comes at a cost. We are passing on the handling fee so that you have the choice to book in advance and avoid disappointment on the day.

    Once booked, please meet your guide and member of staff in the Micro-Museum situated within the Gallery in the Town Hall. Please print off your ticket if you can. If not, do please be prepared to show a form of identification. 

    * the rooms visited on the tour are all subject to availability. The town hall is used for lots of different functions, so we can't always get everywhere we'd like to! 

    These tours are suitable for adults. Although nearly all areas of the Town Hall are fully accessible for wheel chair users, please note that there are only steps down to the Medieval Cellar. 

    We also offer tours for groups, please email [email protected] or telephone 01865 252417 with your enquiry.

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  • A boy looking at a marble.

    Marble Mazes with Science Oxford

    • Date: 15th April 2019
    • Location: Oxford Town Hall, Long Room
    • Time: 11:00 - 15:45
    • Cost: £7

    Booking via Science Oxford

    Roll on up for one of Science Oxford’s all time most popular and addictive challenges! At this workshop, our budding engineers will harness the forces of friction and gravity to design their own marble maze. Using a range of materials, they’ll work out how to make a marble roll as slowly as possible down a slope, without getting stuck along the way. It’s a fantastic activity for developing problem solving skills in a really fun and creative way, that adults can get stuck into as well.

    Sessions are at 11-11.45am,12-12.45pm, 2-2.45pm, 3-3.45pm

    This activity is not suitable for children under the age of 5 due to small parts.

    For information on terms and conditions visit the Science Oxford website.

    This event is part of a partnership between Science Oxford and the Old Museum in Oxford to bring science-themed activities to wider audiences across the region.

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