Want to schedule your event to coincide with Royal Ascot, the Henley Regatta or another of the Thames Valley’s amazing hospitality and public events? (Or maybe you’d like to know which times of year are particularly busy?) Take a look at some of the huge variety of events, activities and celebrations taking place in the UK’s most exciting region.
Pack up a picnic, stock up on fizz and join the party for the Battle Proms Concert at the real Downton Abbey. An exceptional evening of classical music, coreographed Spitfire & cavalry displays, dramatic cannon fire and a stunning firework finale
Do they still broadcast “One Man and His Dog”? And if not, why not?? The ETV team will be getting our fix of country life when the BBC’s flagship rural affairs programme comes to Blenheim Palace. Join Matt Baker and a bevvy of your favourite presenters as they bring all the best of the Beeb with them: arts & crafts, horses, dogs, homemade jams, livestock, off-road driving – there’s truly something for everyone.
Stomping about in field of strangers is not everyone’s idea of a good time, but there’s no denying that the Rewind Festival sounds like a whole heap of fun. For one thing, you’re close to beautiful Henley-on-Thames; for another you have a cornucopia of amazing bands, food trucks, and everything you need for the perfect festival experience. (Don’t forget your wellies – this is England after all!)
The BMW PGA Championships is one of the biggest events on the European Tour, welcoming some of the most famous names in golf to the immaculate greens and fairways at Wentworth in Surrey
The Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials offers a fantastic opportunity to experience one of the most prestigious horse trials in the world. Set in the beautiful grounds, the Palace provides an incredible backdrop for all the action in the main Marlborough Arena.
Back for its 3rd year. The festival’s themes – politics and scandal; the influence of brilliant women; history in the movies and on TV; art and architecture; espionage, and the shadow of war – reflect Cliveden’s own story as a political and literary salon, a status it has kept into the 21st century.