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Foxbury Farm Open Day

An event in June in Oxfordshire
Brize Norton
Oxfordshire
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The Annual Foxbury Farm Open Day offers visitors a real opportunity to learn more about food and farming at its roots
* Sheep Shearing
* Spinning and Weaving
* Tractor and Trailer Rides
* Bouncy Castle and Small Fair Ground Rides
* Butchery Demonstrations
* Farmers Question Time
* Arts & Crafts
* Plants and Hanging Baskets
* Childrens Workshops
* Pig Roasts & BBQ
* Ice Cream
* Jacket Potato & Baguette Bar
* Farm Shop Open

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