What an action-packed championships that was. Our third year on the River Windrush on Langel Common in Witney turned out to be another success and the event grows and grows.
The World Poohsticks Championships was started by the lock keeper at Days Lock on the Thames in Little Wittenham.
You may be surprised to hear that Witney is famous for more than just the World Pooh Sticks Championships. Actually, this is only our third year in Witney so we are very grateful for the residents of the town for welcoming us so enthusiastically.
At the 2017 World Poohsticks Championships we will be all about the purple. Volunteers will dress in purple, maybe competitors will dress in purple, we will have purple cakes and muffins, there will be purple flags and balloons, and we even have a few purple competition sticks.
We are getting ready to make the 2017 Poohsticks Team Games the biggest and best event ever. Any person, any age, anywhere in the world can take part!
The 2017 World Pooh Sticks Championships will be held on Sunday 4th June at Langel Common in Witney, subject to council approvals.
Today is a very special day in the world of Poohsticks. Today the lovable Winnie-The-Pooh turns 90 years old.
Every year the World Poohsticks Championships grows bigger in popularity and recognition, which we are truly thankful for. This year the championships has been added to a list of brilliant competitions in Britain.
On such a beautiful sunny day in Witney on Sunday 5th June the World Poohsticks Championships took place and everybody had a fantastic time. The rivalry between the players in both the Team and Individual events was fierce, but in the end the Rotary Club of Oxford Spires managed to find the winners for 2016.