March in Oxfordshire

Explore Oxfordshire in March with lots to do rain or shine. Daffodils and blossom, tow-path walks, windy kite flying, cooking, art, jazz, yoga, or shopping for anything from your Spring wardrobe to a head of cattle.


Explore the Thames path, a wonderful walk between Abingdon and Oxford with places to fish at Osney and Iffley Locks (free but you need a license).

One of the best places to fly a kite is up near Uffington at White Horse Hill with wonderful views and excellent wind conditions.

If you fancy brushing up your skills there are cooking courses at Le-Manoir-Aux-Quat-Saisons and art courses at the Ashmolean or a yoga retreat at Poundon House might be the thing to shake off the winter.

A walk around the estate and brunch with live jazz at the Blenheim Palace café might be a good way to spend Saturday morning.

You might want to shop for spring designer bargains at Bicester outlet centre or if a small holding is part of your new lifestyle, build up your stock at Thame Farmers Mart.

White horse hill


cow and sheep