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Countryfile Live – Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire

Countryfile Live is celebrating its fourth year in 2019, running from the 1 – 4 August in the spectacular grounds of Oxfordshire's historic Blenheim Palace, near Woodstock.

This event showcases the best of British countryside in all its glory and is the perfect family day out.

The Woodland Trust is attending and you will find us at the entrance to the 'Wildlife Zone' and the end of Baker Street. Please pop over and say hello – you'll be assured of a warm welcome.

(Photo: Countryfile Live)

Our stand will feature a children's play area, including our oversized ancient play tree.

If you're already a Woodland Trust member, visit our exclusive members' area for a well earned drink and chat with the team.

Where: Countryfile Live – Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire OX20 1PP. If using sat-nav, please use postcode OX20 1PS
When: 1 August 2019 – 4 August 2019
Time: Daily between 9.30am – 6.30pm (5.30pm close time on Sunday 4 August)
Price: Please see the Countryfile Live website
Booking: You are advised to purchase tickets in advance but they can be bought on the day. Children 16 and under must be accompanied by a full paying adult
Parking: There are multiple parking options at Blenheim. Price is £5. You are advised to book online while purchasing entry tickets
Dogs: Dogs are welcome but the organisers ask they are kept on a lead at all times. Maximum of two per person
Access: The festival is mostly flat with some gentle slopes and water areas. However, the Palace grounds are a natural site with uneven ground and the organisers strongly recommend that an able-bodied personal assistant accompany those who require assistance – a free ticket is offered for a personal assistant accompanying a ticket holder.

You are welcome to bring a picnic to the event and there are plenty of locations within the estate for you to enjoy it.

View the highlights from last year's event.

Visitors of the Countryfile Live event are also entitled to a 50% reduction on admission to the Palace, park and gardens. There is also a campsite within the estate grounds.

Full information and a downloadable map from the Countryfile Live website.