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The Waterloo Band & Bugles of the 7th Battalion Rifles
Band of the Army Reserves
Garth House is a former hunting lodge built in the 1840s. Today it is set in some 9 acres of parkland and formal gardens. In May 1946, on the death of the private landowner, Garth House and the surrounding estate was purchased by the then Bicester Urban District Council at a cost of £6,500 becoming the new landowner. Some of the money was donated by notable local dignitaries of the time. A plaque in the park is a reminder of their generosity.
Garth Park is the ‘Jewel in the Crown’ as far as parks and open spaces are concerned in Bicester! It boasts magnificent award winning formal gardens, picnic benches, a stunning traditional bandstand, areas of informal open space, children’s play area and a well used skateboard park.
The park hosts many activities and concerts, some free of charge. These activities in a typical year include a Teddy Bears Picnic, Sunday band concerts, musical concerts to suit all tastes, sometimes even a beer festival and various community events.
WW1 Centenary Band Concert
In aid of SSAFA (the Armed Forces charity) & SOFO (Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum).
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