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Established in 2018, The Oxford Magazine is an online magazine website curated for people who live, work or play in Oxfordshire, reaching an audience of tens of thousands of people each month through this website and via email and social media.

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It’s more than just a day job

For us, it’s about building Oxfordshire’s leading lifestyle magazine curated for people who live, work and play in Oxford and Oxfordshire. It’s about a mission to be the premier destination for people interested in Oxford and Oxfordshire – whether they’re locals, new in town, or just passing through.

Abingdon-on-Thames, Oxfordshire

Visitor Demographics

75% of our visitors come from the UK, with a further 12% coming from the USA. A typical visitor to The Oxford Magazine website is female, aged between 25 and 44, with graduate qualifications, and earning over £30,000 a year.

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From artists to analysts, designers to developers, we’re always on the lookout for talented, motivated individuals to help us support our local brands, businesses, services and events – so they can adapt, reopen, thrive, and do much more. Bring your talents and join our diverse collective.


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Burford in Oxfordshire Cotswold

Local by design.

We’re all local, and we work remotely. We’re super flexible around schedules, kids, dogs and lunchtime. We’ve transitioned our business model to enable just about everyone to work from home for the foreseeable future. And if we do have to meet in person, we’re not fussy about whether it’s in a local cafe or pub, or down at the local business centre.


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