Monthly Archives

May 2019

Car Park Demolition

By | CQ Development

Further to recent updates, we would like to advise Castle Quay visitors that the Castle Quay North car park will undergo demolition work, w/c 3 June. This should take no longer than six weeks and we don’t expect this to impact on traffic around Castle Quay and the surrounding area. Measures are in place to eliminate any dust resulting from demolition work but please do get in touch should you have any queries or concerns on this.

Love My Shop Day

By | Community

Love My Shop Day is a new High-Street initiative taking place on the 1st June 2019. The event aims to inspire shoppers to discover the incredible breadth of choice, value and service found only in local shops from High Streets to Shopping Centres for 1 day.

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Footbridge Closure

By | CQ Development, News

Further to our most recent update, we can confirm that the footbridge connecting Castle Quay Shopping Centre to Spiceball Park Road North will close from Monday 20th May. This is due to ongoing construction work on the exciting new leisure and retail development at Castle Quay – Castle Quay Waterfront – which is due for completion in 2021.

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Banbury Museum hosts Circus of Mechanical Marvels

By | Events, News

Roll up, Roll up! Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, it’s time to take your seats, as the fabulous, the mesmerising, Mechanical Circus is coming to town on Saturday 25th May.

Kicking off the summer season at Banbury Museum, The Mechanical Circus is the latest exhibition to open in the beautiful new PYE Gallery, and offers a host of hilarious interactives guaranteed to get the whole family laughing.

Join the team at the museum and go back in time to revisit those idyllic childhood days of magic and curiosity, where the marvels of the fairground and circus brought imaginations to life. Visitors can put their head in a lion’s mouth, lift the strongman weights or pose at the ‘beach’ – ideal for those family photo memories! With lots of magical buttons to press and optical illusions to explore, the exhibition is truly interactive and is perfect for kids aged 1-100!

Tickets cost £5 for adults, £4 concessions, £3 for children and family tickets are £15.