Exciting opening in Oxford

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Barefoot Books Studio in Oxford

Grand Opening Weekend Family Events
Saturday and Sunday, 8 and 9 October from 8.30am to 5pm

Storytelling, crafts, drama, yoga, music-making and so much more!

See grand opening weekend events schedule>>

What is the Barefoot Books Studio?

It’s a café, a bookshop, a workshop venue, and an arts centre… all in one gorgeous space!

Barefoot Books StudioThe Oxford Studio brings Barefoot Books to life in a vibrant and magical community centre where families can gather to browse books and experience live storytelling, music, arts and crafts, yoga and more!

Stop by the Storyteller’s Café for delicious, seasonal, organic and free range food. The Café is headed by Vladimir Niza, former senior tutor at the Raymond Blanc Cookery School, and a key chef at the world famous two-Michelin starred Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons. 

Barefoot Books Studio EventsCheck their calendar for daily events. To register for events, call 01865 311100, or email oxford.events@barefootbooks.co.uk with details of the event you are interested in and your name, address and telephone number.

Opening hours Monday – Sunday:  8:30am to 5:30pm – Extended hours on Wednesdays until 8:30pm

294 Banbury Road
Summertown, Oxford
01865 311100

Easily accessible by both the Stagecoach Bus company’s S2 bus and the Oxford Bus Company’s No. 2 to Kidlington service.  Across the street from BBC Oxford in Summertown.

See the Oxford Bus Company Timetable>>

See the Stagecoach Bus Timetable>>

5 thoughts on “Exciting opening in Oxford

  1. Romany,I take my Barefoot Book shop bell tent to festivals, during the summer. We have mini storytelling and craft sessions using recycled materials. Please do drop to see us if you see us around the country next season.

    1. Will do Lisa x
      I would love a guest blog from you about your festival summer, sharing stories with children, and related experiences if you fancy writing one? x

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