Our Annual Original Beer & Sausage Festival showcased Local Real Ales from around the Oxford area and was complimented by our perfect Sausage & Mash Menu. Read the Festival Report
15-17 February, 2013
We've tweaked our Website so it now Automatically scales to fit your Mobile Phone, Tablet, Notebook, Laptop or Desktop; In fact, any device which you happen to be using.
20 January, 2013
Two Fabulous Live Music Events in December. Lawrie & Keith on December 8th and Gus De La Querra on December 22nd.
8 & 22 December, 2012
To raise cold hard cash for awareness about prostate and testicular cancer, we hosted a Movember party on 30th November. A Vinyl Jukebox, darts comp and Guess the Weight of the Landlord raised a total of £220 - Well done! Read more about Movember
30 November, 2012
FIVE county pubs are in the running to be pick of the hop. The shortlist for Oxford Camra's County Pub of the Year award includes taverns as far afield as Bampton, Littleworth and Abingdon. We was 2nd this time!
22 September, 2011
In a Fantastic line-up of Real Ales, the Beer of the Festival was Aylesbury Brewhouse Comanche Red IPA, Click here for the Beer Festival report. Saturday 22 September was the single best day for Sausage sales at any of our Festivals - Thanks to all!
21 - 23 September, 2012
For the Third Year running, The Cricketer's Arms is in CAMRA's Good Beer Guide. Thanks to all of our Real Ale drinkers who have made this possible!
13 September, 2011
Travelling all the way from Barnsley, Yorkshire, the Bar-Stewards will Delight and Entertain us with their own Special brand of Comedy Rock, Pop, Punk and Metal Classics. The Biggest Event in the History of Littleworth, Probably...
31 August, 2012
Spoof Littleworth Echo front page has some regulars fooled. Our charity fun in-house newsletter carries a carefully Photoshopped image of the Olympic torch bearer passing The Cricketer's Arms.
1 August, 2012
House Musician Lawrie Walton has performed several times in 2012 - with more to come - for his birthday, for Angie's birthday, for the Queen's Jubilee, The Autumn Beer Fest... The list goes on. Catch him at The Cricketer's again soon.
8 December, 2012
Lunchtime on Bank Holiday Monday The Oxford Fiddle Group will perform their Annual May Day Shindig at The Cricketer's Arms, Littleworth.
12pm 7 May, 2012
Cricketer's Cats Botham and Gooch are this months featured pets in our charity in-house fun newsletter The New Littleworth Echo.
1 March, 2012
Our very popular Original Beer & Sausage Festival had a brand new selection of ales from new local breweries. Beer of The Festival was the 3.8% XT 4.
17 - 19 February, 2012
Brotherhood Brass return for another fabulous evening of Carol Singing and Traditional Christmas Tunes, with FREE mince pies and sausage rolls. Followed by our Christmas Review of the Year Quiz.
8:30pm 22 December, 2011
We would like to thank everyone that turned out on Saturday for our Oxford CAMRA Town & Village Pub of the Year 2011 Presentation. We are extremely pleased to be honoured with this award.
26 November, 2011
If we had written the write-up in the new Oxford, Witney & Abingdon Pub Guide ourselves, we couldn't have done better. We quote: "If you've never been here then we suggest that you do - this is one of the finest village pubs you could hope to find." Wow! Thanks guys!
26 October, 2011
We are extremely proud to announce that The Cricketer's Arms, Littleworth has been voted Oxford CAMRA Town and Village Pub of the Year 2011. It's been a brilliant year for us at The Cricketers. Thanks! Read more in the Oxford Drinker Magazine here (PDF).
14 October, 2011
It was a thrill to be included in the 2011 Good Beer Guide, but to repeat the performance and gain inclusion in the 2012 edition is especially gratifying. Thanks to all of our Real Ale drinkers who have made this possible!
28 September, 2011
We are absolutely delighted to be included in Matt Bullock's Top Five favourite pubs in the Oxford area based upon his research for the Oxford, Witney & Abingdon Pub Guide, due to be published in October. Read the article in the Oxford Mail
24 September, 2011