Where it all began.....

A little glimpse into our history and highlight some of our recent events

The Maybush History

The Maybush Public House is nestled in picturesque scenery on the River Thames just south of Oxford. It is situated on the South end of the ‘New Bridge’; a 13th Century bridge on which the Abingdon to Witney Road (A415) runs.

2021 and July onwards saw us fully reopen after COVID-19 restrictions were lifted and we were able to hold a few local events to bring our community together.

We held our first MayFest weekend over the Bank Holiday weekend in August, which was a great success, followed shortly by a music festival in September.

2023 we have celebrated our annual MayFest festival, held our first Country & Western Weekend. We’ve also continued our Real Ale, Cider & Sauage Festival plus we held our first Pride event! It’s been a busy year!

A very old shot

People arriving by boat

The Maybush early 20th Century

Restaurant

Christmas 2022

Country & Western Weekend 2023

MayFest 2022

Winter Inside our restaurant

Country & Western Weekend Inside our restaurant

Pride 2023 Inside our restaurant

King Charles III Coronation

Pride 2023 Inside our restaurant

MayFest 2022 Inside our restaurant

Vintage Car

Pride 2023