The EAGA Gospel Choir, BBC Songs of Praise Gospel Choir of the Year 2023, will be singing in Oxford in a concert in aid of The Unicorn School, Abingdon, which provides specialist educational support for neurodiverse children and young people with related learning challenges.
The new Starbucks® store in Westgate Oxford is now open, and customers are invited to enjoy the new Chocolatey Wafflecone Coffee Frappuccino® blended beverage and Strawberry Wafflecone Crème Frappuccino®.
Best-selling author Shrabani Basu will give a talk on the story of Noor Inayat Khan, the first woman radio operator to be infiltrated into occupied France in 1943 based on interviews with her family, colleagues and secret service records.
Dancin’ Oxford, in conjunction with Justice in Motion, has announced the world premiere performance of CODE at its Summer Dance Festival in Oxford on 19 and 20 August 2023.
The hope is that this exceptional loan will encourage more visitors to Kelmscott Manor and support fundraising efforts to start the conservation of the Kelmscott Manor Samson tapestries and the reinstatement of the Tapestry Room.
Cornbury House Horse Trials, taking from 06 to 10 September, is partnering with The Pelican to launch a new hospitality experience called ‘The Pelican in the Field’ at the international horse trials on the Saturday and Sunday.
Oxford’s newest venue will open on the corner of the High Street and King Edward Street, just a stone’s throw away from the group’s other city venue, Sandy’s Piano Bar.
Artisan food and drink producers from around Oxfordshire are discovering if any of their products have achieved a distinguished 1-, 2- or 3-star from Great Taste Awards
Investigations by archaeologists from the National Trust and Oxford Archaeology discovered that the important chalk figure at Uffington, Oxfordshire, has shrunk over time.