JERICHO Street Fair

will bring live music, activities and world food stalls to Canal Street.

The annual event, organised by Jericho Community Association, takes place from midday-4.30pm.

ENVIRONMENTAL festival The Big Green Day Out returns to Oxford's Broad Street, with live music, food and activities from 10am until 5pm.

RESTORE in Manzil Way will hold the Eid Street Party from 11am, packed with stalls, performances, a food court and henna art.


WANTAGE Carnival

takes place from 11am-7pm today in the town's Market Place, with a parade, funfair and performances including from Oxfordshire Rock Choir, Wantage Silver Band and The Undercovers.

Ray Collins Charitable Trust sponsors the event and the parade will start at 11.45am.


A COMMUNITY hub in Oxford will throw a party to celebrate the rejuvenation of its garden space.

Donnington Doorstep will hold the event from 10am until 2pm, with a suggested entry donation of £1.50.

Face painting, lunch and traditional garden games will feature.


Abingdon Vale Cricket Club will launch its Pink Week today, to encourage women’s sport in the town while supporting charity Against Breast Cancer. Several activities will take place at its ground.


THOUSANDS of cycling fans are set to line roads for a the OVO Energy Women’s Tour. A leg of the race will start in Henley at 10.30am, passing Wallingford, Didcot, Harwell, Wantage, Faringdon, Burford, Charlbury and Blenheim Palace.

See the list of road closures here


OXFORD MP Anneliese Dodds will be one of nine 'inmates' locked up at Oxford Castle to raise their 'bail' fee for charity. The

Jail and Bail event is run by Helen & Douglas

House hospice, and challenges prisoners to raise £999 from their cell, using a phone and laptop to rally donations.


HUNDREDS of people will attend a black-tie dinner at Oxford Brookes University, for the 25th Oxfordshire Business Awards.

Finalists have been announced in 13 categories.