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New Christmas Carol by John Rutter for Macmillan Cancer Support fundraising volunteers

New Christmas Carol by John Rutter for Macmillan Carols 25th anniversary

The internationally acclaimed composer, has written a new Christmas carol in recognition of 25 years of fundraising by volunteers for Macmillan Cancer Support in Oxfordshire.
Cornbury Music Festival 2022 line-up announced

Cornbury Music Festival 2022 line-up announced

After a long sad two year sabbatical, Cornbury Music Festival is set to return in July 2022 with a classic Cornbury line-up of old friends who simply do what they do brilliantly.
South Parade organisations join forces to present Art Late Summertown

South Parade organisations to present Art Late Summertown

Explore late-opening exhibitions at The North Wall and Sarah Wiseman Gallery and enjoy 20% off the Prix Fixe menu at Pompette restaurant and wine bar.
Call for entries for 2022 Mogford Prize for Food & Drink Writing

Call for entries for 2022 Mogford Prize for Food & Drink Writing

Open to writers of any nationality aged 18+, entries for the annual short story competition will be accepted until 12 January 2022 via the Mogford Prize website.
Striking new sculpture installed outside Oxford’s Blavatnik School of Government

Striking new sculpture installed outside Oxford’s Blavatnik School of Government

The sculpture by Sir Michael Craig-Martin stands 5m tall and is made from a solid steel plate then powder-coated in bright pink polyester to protect it from the elements.
Bampton Classical Opera announces finalists for Young Singers’ Competition 2021

Bampton Classical Opera announces Young Singers’ Competition 2021 finalists

Six singers have been chosen for the final after an exciting first round of the fifth Bampton Classical Opera Young Singers’ Competition 2021 in London on 30 & 31 October.
Where to Play Bingo in Oxford

Bingo is making a comeback, and here’s where to play it in Oxford

There are so many newfangled indoorsy things to try in Oxford, and every now and then, there’s a classic activity that takes centerstage. Right now, it’s bingos time to shine.
Chris Packham honours late founder of Compassion in World Farming

Chris Packham honours late founder of Compassion in World Farming

The naturalist, author and presenter will be the guest lecturer at the Oxford Literary Festival’s inaugural event in honour of Compassion in World Farming founder Peter Roberts MBE.
Cotswold Wildlife Park celebrates its eighth Rhino birth

Cotswold Wildlife Park celebrates its eighth Rhino birth

Named Molly, after the Head Keeper’s daughter, visitors can see the new calf in the solar-powered Rhino House or the large Rhino paddock overlooking the Manor House.
Sunday Theatre Shows in London’s West End

Cultural day trip: Sunday Theatre Shows in London’s West End

If you’re looking to go beyond Oxfordshire for a Cultural day trip, do consider a West End show in London’s Theatreland. It may just be the perfect way to spend a Sunday.