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The gourmet food, drink and music festival will feature MasterChef champions and Michelin starred restauranteurs along with headline music acts from Scouting For Girls and Toploader.
Just because you’re choosing to stay local doesn’t mean you shouldn’t shout about it. Be the envy of your followers at these local restaurants where the decor is as photogenic as the food.
Genaro Contaldo, TV chef Dean Edwards, Masterchef Champions Kenny Tutt and Thomas Frake, Bake-Off star Karen Wright and Wholefood Warrior Eva Humphries will also feature in the Festival Kitchen.
The North Aston based business runs five pubs in the county, including The Fishes in Oxford, The Fleece in Witney and The Thatch in Thame.
Ivy Farm Technologies, an Oxford University spinout aims to become the first commercial producer of sustainable, cultured meat in the UK.
Named after the beautiful, rare cattle which live in the Christ Church Meadow, the Longhorn Café is set within the Visitor Centre and is accessed through the shop.
Make the most of the warm weather with our collection of delicious al fresco recipes; from shareable starters to delicious desserts, there is no better way to enjoy food.
If you happen to be wandering through the city’s streets when the sun is out, and you fancy somewhere to escape the hustle, soak up the sun, and have a bite to eat – all at the same time.
Treat yourself and your loved ones to an indulgent afternoon tea in the picturesque surrounds of a Country House within stricking distance of Oxford.