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Sessions will take place in the Great Hall, the Recital Room, the VLR and the Chapel; we regret that the Chapel does not accommodate wheelchair users. The Recital Room is on 1st floor and has lift access, and both the Recital Room and the library have disabled toilets.
Finding Your Way Around
You can view a map of Bloxham School here. Stewards will be on hand throughout the weekend and printed maps will be available at the welcome desk.
Church House Bookshop will run a bookstall throughout the weekend in the main building, with a great selection of speaker books and other titles. Author signing sessions will also be here - full details of these will be at the welcome desk. To order speaker books or find out more visit www.chbookshop.co.uk or call us on 0845 017 6965 (Mon-Fri, 9:30am - 5pm).
Pubs and Restaurants in Bloxham
The Joiners Arms - food served 6pm - 9pm
Old Bridge Road, Bloxham OX15 4LY 01295 720223 www.joinersarms.com
Bloxham Fish Bar - open 4:30pm - 9:30pm
High Street, Bloxham - 01295 722343
Elephant & Castle
Humber Street, Bloxham 01295 720383 www.bloxhampub.co.uk
Time to Spare
If you have an hour or two to spare between sessions, we recommend:
- School library - open all weekend and offers comfortable seating to read the paper or relax in quiet. (No food or drink please.)
- St Mary's Church - the 198ft spire of this beautiful medieval church dominates the landscape for miles around. Find out more here.
- Bloxham village - offers a pleasant stroll along the high street with several attractive local pubs. You can find more information about the local area at www.banbury-cross.co.uk and www.visitnorthoxfordshire.com.