Woodstock Town Council

Incorporated by Royal Charter of Henry VI in 1453

Events, Other News and Items for Information

These are located at:
***WUFA, Recreation Road, off New Road***
***Fire Station, Hensington Road***
***Outside the Co-op Shop on the High Street

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You can view the Town Council's newsletters here:-
Summer 2007  Autumn 2007   Spring 2008   Summer 2008  Spring 2009  Summer 2009   Winter 2009   Spring 2010 Summer 2011  Autumn 2011    Winter 2011   Winter 2012   Spring 2013  Autumn 2013  Spring 2014   Summer 2014  Autumn 2014  Spring 2015  Summer 2015  Autumn 2015  Spring 2016   Summer 2016  Autumn 2016   Spring 2017  Autumn 2017  Spring 2018  Summer 2018  Autumn 2018  Spring 2019

Amongst Woodstock's many attractions, residents and visitors might be interested in the following:-

Visit Woodstock: A leaflet giving interesting facts and information about the town and surrounding area:
Read the leaflet here
Download a Visitor Map of Woodstock
The Woodstock Historic Wall Plaques WalkRead the leaflet here

The Woodstock Town Walk - This walk begins in Park Street, by the stocks and opposite the church, close to the town centre. Approx 1.1 miles / 1.7 km -
click here to download the leaflet

The Woodstock Wall Hangings.  Made by the Woodstock Broderers in the 1990s and early 2000s, these textile pictures tell the history of the town over the past 1000 years.  Details are included in the "Woodstock Textile Trail" leaflet below.  They can be viewed at the town hall by appointment only.  Please ring 01993 811216 or email info@woodstock-tc.gov.uk.

The Woodstock Textile Trail
- Walk amongst textile treasures in our historic Cotswold town
-click here to download the leaflet.

Woodstock Children's History Trail
- Woodstock is full of history. Use the map to match the numbers to the picture
s. Click here to download the leaflet

The Night of a Thousand Candles is Woodstock's Christmas Lights Switch-On extravaganza.  Organised by Woodstock's pre-eminent business group Wake Up To Woodstock www.wakeuptowoodstock.com, the event is held on the last Saturday of November each year.  It's an event not to be missed with shops open late, music and local schools' participation. 

Events and Other Items for Information
(Listed in date order received. Most recent at top)
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You can read Woodstock C of E Primary School newsletter by following this link:- http://www.woodstock.oxon.sch.uk/
Read the school's Parking Pledge here

The Oxfordshire Cotswolds website www.oxfordshirecotswolds.org  Visits to the website that promotes West Oxfordshire as a must-see tourist destination doubled in the last year following a revamp and a fresh new look.  The tourism team at West Oxfordshire District Council says the increase is thanks not only to the website improvements, but also a number of other factors. These include a rising interest in the District due to it being used as a film location for the hit ITV television series ‘Downton Abbey’, as well as a growth in social media attracting people to the website.  The website is run by the District Council as part of its work to promote the area under the banner of the ‘Oxfordshire Cotswolds’ and support the local tourism industry.

As many will be aware, West Oxfordshire District Council sends out press releases to media and other interested parties to keep people informed about their work. You should be on their mailing list to receive these and they would like to ensure that their contacts are up to date. If you would like WODC to change your details, add another contact to the mailing list, or if you would like to stop receiving this information, please email WODC at: communications@westoxon.gov.uk. There is no need to contact the Council if you would like to continue to receive press releases as normal. Information is also added to WODC's website’s new centre at www.westoxon.gov.uk and the Council uses social media as another way of communicating and engaging with people. You can ‘follow’ WODC at: Twitter: https://twitter.com/WodcNews Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/westoxfordshire The website and social media are updated regularly and are used to provide the latest information in the event of an emergency or disruption to services – for example, bad weather or flooding. WODC appreciate that not everyone has access to the Internet, so the Council will continue to issue its residents’ newsletter, Creating Futures.