It’s time to book your stall

Our two day community festival attracts thousands of visitors each year. Support our event by hosting a stall to sell your produce or crafts, or to advertise your services.

You’ll find all the information you need on our Stallholder Information page.

Book for Saturday
Book for Sunday

Saturday 2nd June

10am – 3pm in Headington

Food, crafts, refreshments and the stalls of the Saturday Market in the centre of Headington.

Street entertainment provided by:

  • Caroline, the Musical Sawlady
  • Simon, Balloon Modeller & Magician
  • Bob, Caricaturist
  • Alan and his Musical Barrel Organ

From 5pm in Bury Knowle Park

  • FREE Family Film: Early Man* PG
  • Craft Ales & Prosecco Bar

*Subject to availability; children under 16 to be accompanied by an adult

Sunday 3rd June

1pm – 5pm in Bury Knowle Park

Many local organisations’ stalls; sports to try; fire engine and police vehicle to explore; foods and ice cream; craft ales; farm animals to pet; results of the children’s wildlife photography competition and the photographs displayed.

The afternoon entertainments in the park will include:

  • KC School of Dance
  • Selina & The Howling Dogs
  • Colonel Custard’s Magic Show
  • Stagecoach Performing Arts Headington
  • Colonel Custard & his Circus Skills
  • Jebb the Jester
  • Something for everyone – come along and enjoy an afternoon of family fun & entertainment

Wildlife Photography Competition

In conjunction with Science Oxford we are holding a ‘wildlife on your doorstop’ photography competition for children up to 11 years. The best photos will be displayed at the festival on the Sunday, with exciting prizes for the winners.

Details can be found at https://scienceoxford.com/schoolsphotographycompetition/

Sponsors & Supporters

Headington Festival would not be possible without the generous support of the following organizations.

Doris Field Trust
Finders Keepers
Headington Action
Headington Community Centre
National Lottery
Oxford Brookes University
Oxford City Council
Oxford Round Table
Oxford University
Science Oxford
Scott Fraser