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Published on June 10th, 2018 | by Content Admin


Aynho Village Fete 2018

Aynho Fete is about Fun and Games
Look out for delicious apricot based drinks and home-made produce.
Check out the website:


Apricot lottery • Fantastic main raffle  • Bottle Tombola

Bangers and burgers •  Great gin and vodka bar • Tea and Cakes • Pizza slices • Beers and soft

Stalls • Plants and produce • Cakes •  Bric a Brac

Lots of Traditional Fete games •   Face painting

Fun Dog Show

Fun races for the children

Entertainment • Banbury Rock Choir •  Dog

Demos• Brackley Morris Men

Bouncy Castle • Kiddies Roundabout








1.30pm : Gates open to the public

2.00pm : Fete opens (Registration for Dog Show and Entry for Children’s Races begin)

2.15pm First Dog Demonstration

2.30 Banbury Rock Choir and Brackley Morris Men perform

2.45pm : Fun Dog Show (Handsomest Dog, Prettiest Bitch, Waggiest Tail)

3.00pm : Races (4/5- 6/7 year olds: Egg and Spoon, Three Legged, Sack, Obstacle races)

3.30pm : Second Dog Demonstration (Agility)

3.45pm: Banbury Rock Choir and Brackley Morris Men Perform

4pm: Fun Dog Show (Most like the Owner, Scruffiest Dog/Bitch, and  Best in Show)

4pm: Races 8/9-10/11 year olds : Three legged, sack, family water race; Mini Dash for 2/3 year olds; and teenager/adult sack race (4 persons)

4.20pm : Raffle Draws

5.00pm : Fete closes


Fete parking facilities are limited and we’d ask anyone attending from Aynho village if they’d consider
leaving the car at home.
Instead, we’d hope anyone visiting by car from neighbouring villages and towns will have access to
parking on the south edge of the sportsfield- a short walk to Aynhoe Park.
For your information, here are the main parking areas where spaces might be available. On the day look out for roadside signs directing to car parking.

On-street parking is relatively limited across Aynho, so we’ve organised parking in two specific locations on a ‘first park’ basis plus a drop-off point.
The three locations are shown on the Google map here. They are:

1.  Aynho Sports & Recreation ground (access on Charlton road) – just a good 4 minute walk from the Fete.
2.  Disabled Parking at St Michael’s Church Car Park (by Aynhoe Park)
3.  Drop Off point (but NO parking) at Church Walk (by Aynhoe Park)

If you park on-street in other locations please do so safely and with consideration to local residents.


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