WOW West Oxfordshire Week is back!
This year sees the fifth annual West Oxfordshire Week (WOW) from 15th-21st September, when local tourism attractions, both large and small, offer discounted entry to all local residents.
Look out for the sheet of 2 for 1 WOW vouchers, which should have arrived on your doorstep, and then get out there and explore the district! Revisit old favourites, like Cogges Manor Farm Museum or discover new ones via a walking tour, such as the discover Charlbury day on Wednesday 17 September.
I hope that many people will take advantage of these offers and visit some of the wonderful places that are here on our doorstep, says Cllr Hilary Biles, Cabinet Member for Leisure, Tourism & Health. More people than ever before now have the chance to get out there and take advantage of some of the great attractions available locally.
Other 2 for 1 offers are at: Blenheim Palace - all week, including access to the Classic Car and Motorcycle Show on the Sunday; Oxford Bus Museum, Long Hanborough - Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday; Wychwood Brewery Tour Saturday, Sunday and the Burford Ghost Trail on Thursday only. The Witney Wool Trail on Monday and Sunday and Play Rangers Sessions on Monday to Thursday are completely free.
Full details of West Oxfordshire Week and the offers and venues involved are available from the Visitor Information Centres at Burford (01993 823558), Witney (01993 775802), and Woodstock (01993 813276) or by logging on to the Councils website www.westoxon.gov.uk
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