This is now held near the top of New High Street every Saturday from 10am to 2pm
See Facebook for up-to-date information
These are held in parish halls and community centres
Check the events designated for Everyone here
See under External Shows here
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre. List here
Silver Joggers: gentle jogging (meet inside Bury Knowle Park main gate Thursdays)
Two groups: regular runners at 9.30am and new starters at 10.30am
Bury Knowle Joggers
Meet at entrance, Mondays at 6pm
Meet at library, Fridays at 10am
For clubs and groups for both adults and children which hold regular meetings, see separate page
Headington U3A: online programme of talks
This city council forum is supposed to take place every three months, but is much less regular than this
Organized by Headington Ward city councillors
Held in various venues, usually in the months when there is no North East Area Forum
Held each month in the Town Hall, 6–8pm
East Area planning meetings calendar 2016
(agenda added in the week before the meeting)
For more up-to-the-minute information,
follow @HeadingtonNews on Twitter
Manor Hospital, Beech Road, 6.00–7.30pm
Town Hall at 6pm. Agenda appears here about a week before the meeting.
Mason's Arms in Quarry at 8pm
Weekend Retro Team perform live music in aid of Windmill Primary School and Cheney School music departments
St Anthony of Padua Church, Headley Way
10am for 11am ceremony
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The Community notice boards section of the Oxford City Council website tells you where to send your posters for every board in the city, including those in the central Headington shopping centre.