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Mill Warm-up Tickets Selling Fast!! 23/4
Added 2014-04-15 10:59:37

The traditional Warm-Up shows for Fairport and special guests before the Cropredy Festival are now on sale - and they are selling VERY quickly!!

Once again we will be at The Mill Arts Centre in Banbury on Mon 4 (68 tickets left) and Tues 5 August (52 tickets left).

These ever-popular warm up shows sell out pretty each year so don't delay - book early!! More...

Canine Partners and a Puppy named Fairport!!
Added 2014-04-11 11:38:13

Now, those of you who attend the Cropredy Festival each year will be familiar with the popular Canine Partners Cookie stand at the top of the arena field with the other charities.

Canine Partners train dogs to assist disabled folk in their everyday needs and help them gain more independence. The dogs are trained in a variety of ways to help, such as - opening and closing doors, retrieving a variety of items, pressing buttons, raising the alarm, unloading washing machines and much more depending on the needs of the individual.

Well Fairporters. In recognition of your generosity over the years, CP have named a soon-to-be-assistance dog - Fairport!! More...

Brooks Williams at Cropredy on WBBC!!
Added 2014-02-20 12:38:09

Highlights of Brooks Williams' performance at last year's Cropredy Festival joins those of Levellers, Moulettes, Martin Barre, Peatbog Faeries, Nik Kershaw, Mediaeval Baebes and The Dunwells on the WBBC (Whispering Bob Broadcast Company) website .

Each Wednesday afternoon, one live performance from each band who performed at last year's Cropredy festival will be put on line. Simply subscribe to the WBBC YouTube channel, to see them all! You can do that here.

The full length documentary will then follow and will feature a different performance from artists already featured with a highlight video, along with any other artists who weren't featured. More...

Cropredy Marina Now Open!
Added 2014-03-07 11:03:36

The 249 berth Cropredy Marina on the Oxford Canal is now open.

For those folk bringing narrow boats to the festival, the Cropredy Marina is situated on the Claydon Road,  just five mins walk from the village centre.

For more information, click here.