Sunday 12 May is Osney open gardens and tea on the towpath.
Eight gardens are open 2.30 to 4.30:
11 Bridge Street
79 Bridge Street
83 Bridge Street
104 Bridge Street
24 West Street
42 West Street
11 East Street
15 East Street
Tea and cakes (contact Maureen Ergeneli at 24 East Street to contribute) will be served on the towpath 2.30 to 5.00, with live ukulele music from 3.00 to 4.00.
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The OIRA AGM will be held on Monday 29 April, 7.30 pm in the Mary Town Room at West Oxford Community Centre. It’s a chance to meet your neighbours, have a say in what you’d like the committee to do in the coming year and to volunteer for events. Wine, soft drinks and nibbles will be served.
There will be two speakers:
- Tim Wiseman, the new Waterways Coordinator for Oxford City Council, will talk about the streams around Osney Island and his wider project.
- Benjamin Smith and colleagues from the Charles Wells Brewery will talk about their plans for the Hollybush.
Representative(s) from the police should also be present (TBC).
Children’s lantern parade and carols, 5 pm
Bring a lantern/tea light in a jam jar and meet outside The Punter at 5 pm. Everyone welcome. If you would like the carol singers to call at your house contact Debbie Hall, 15 East Street: email@example.com
Tealights on the towpath, 7 pm
Our Christmas event with mulled wine, warm apple juice and cakes courtesy of OIRA. 7 pm on the river back outside 18 East Street. Bring a mug and a tealight in a jam jar. Cake and biscuit donations welcome. Contact Veronika Haacker-Lukacs with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cancellation owing to bad weather will be notified via the email list.
The latest newsletter is out now: Osney Newsletter 2018 Nov
The latest newsletter is out now: Osney Newsletter 2018 May
The OIRA AGM will be held on Monday 23 April, 6.30 for 7 pm in the Mary Town Room at West Oxford Community Centre. It’s a chance to meet your neighbours, have a say in what you’d like the committee to do in the coming year and to volunteer for events. Wine, soft drink and nibbles will be served.
The (very short) business part will be followed by two talks:
- Representatives from the police will talk about the problems of drug dealing on the island
- Jo Emberson-Wines, senior manager for the Environment Agency’s Osney Yard, will explain the work they do in the yard such as lock maintenance and dredging