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We have a few more activities confirmed for our Championships on 7th June.
Have you got some spare time to fill at Pooh Sticks?
Then why not try your luck at winning a prize on one of the fete games available on the day. There’s lots to choose from such as Hook A Duck (not one of the real ones of course!), Splat The Rat and a Human Fruit Machine.
It brings us great pleasure to announce that The World Pooh Sticks Championships has a new website to go along with its new home in Witney.
After many weeks of development we have moved and updated all the content from the old website to this brand spanking new website. It’s now even easier to find everything you could possibly want about The World Pooh Sticks Championships. Why not read about the previous champions or perhaps you want to see all the photos that you love so much.
Oh my! It looks like everybody is interested in helping us find a new home for the Word Pooh Sticks Championships!
Members of our clubs will be having a tea party with our Pooh Bears, Tiggers and their friends. How will you celebrate? Send us your photos and stories to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to everyone who helped us to make the 31st annual World Pooh Sticks Championships such a great success!
We had players in fancy dress, we had people celebrating their birthdays and mother’s day with us, and it was beautiful sunny day which always helps.
See the Matt cartoon and the response from Pooh, Piglet and Christopher Robin.
Don’t forget that the World Pooh Sticks Championships is Britain’s Favourite Quirky Event (as voted for by the readers of Countryfile Magazine).
Read more about Oxford Spires Rotary in this Oxford Times article.
After 31 years of Championships on the River Thames at Day’s Lock in Little Wittenham, we are looking for a new home for your favourite British game.
Can you help us?