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On 25th September at 2pm the Royal British Legion will be holding an event to mark the designation of the Town Council's Smallbone Recreation Ground as a Centenary Field.
Please come and join members of the Royal British Legion, members of Didcot Town Council, children from our local schools, representatives of Fields in Trust and others for a short ceremony to commemorate the sacrifices made by those in World War 1, and to welcome the protection of Smallbone Recreation Ground as an asset for the community in perpetuity.
Tue, 18 Sep 2018 11:51 by Tom Hudson
Didcot Mayor would like to invite you to join him for a Murder Mystery Charity Dinner on 10th November 2018 at 7pm.
Please join us to raise money to support Didcot Volunteer Centre and SSAFA - the Armed Forces Charity.
Tickets are £45 per person, which includes dinner and the show.
Deadline for tickets is 9th October.
Tue, 11 Sep 2018 10:17 by Beth
Residents of southern Oxfordshire aged 60 and over can sign up for a month's swimming for just £5 thanks to a special September offer from South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse District Councils and 'Better' leisure centres.
Would-be swimmers simply register for the offer by visiting the GO Active Gold website or by calling 01235 422219 by 27 September.
Once they have received confirmation they can visit the participating leisure centres throughout September to swim as many times as they like for a one-off payment of £5. The month-long swim deal will start from the date of the first swim. More »
The scheme is part of the district councils' GO Active Gold programme, funded by Sport England, which aims to increase health and well-being among people aged 60 and over living in rural areas across South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse.
The participating centres are:
- Abbey Sports Centre, Berinsfield
- Didcot Wave
- Faringdon Leisure Centre
- Henley Leisure Centre
- Thame Leisure Centre
- Wantage Leisure Centre
- White Horse Leisure and Tennis Centre, Abingdon
Cllr Alice Badcock, Cabinet Member for Leisure at Vale of White Horse District Council, said: "Swimming is fun and a great way to get active and keep healthy. This is a fantastic offer - for less than the cost of two sessions, people can swim as many times as they want during the month and everyone who signs up get free guest passes, so friends and family can join too."
Cllr Lynn Lloyd, Cabinet Member for Leisure at South Oxfordshire District Council, said: "Since launching in 2016, GO Active Gold has helped thousands of older people in rural areas get more active. The £5 swimming offer is just the latest offering from this great project."
This offer is not available to existing 'Better' members or those that have held a membership in the previous three months. This offer has limited availability, so register early to avoid disappointment. » Less
Thu, 23 Aug 2018 10:29 by Teresa Tye