Vale of White Horse District Council looking to identify parts of the market town that have seen better days and consider how they could have brighter futures.
The new country fair at Great Tew Estate in August will bring together forward-thinking independent artisans, cherished fashion and lifestyle brands, and quintessential family entertainment.
Live music will be provided by The Indie Rollers, an acoustic duo specialising in pop, Irish songs, rock and soul, and Metro Man - the Bank’s mascot - will also make an appearance.
Opened in 1984 as a shopping centre in central Oxford, the Clarendon Centre is undergoing a change of use to develop an academic and living hub.
Root One Garden Centre in Wallingford has unveiled extensions to its coffee shop and retail areas to improve its customer experience and increase the range of goods stocked at the site.
The collaboration - a collection of limited edition tableware - has evolved from a shared desire to tell the story of nature’s pollinators and to celebrate their magic.
Oxford’s iconic academic and specialist bookseller which started trading 143 years ago was acquired by Waterstones after it scrapped plans to transfer the company’s ownership to its staff.
The family-owned academic bookseller has been privately owned for 143 years, and this is the first time the owners have considered selling the business after calling off plans to hand ownership to staff.
Costing more than £1 million to create, the new gym located next to Aldi and Homebase has opened just in time for those looking to set personal fitness goals for the new year.
The retailer has returned to the site of their old branch, which closed a few years ago, with a dedicated ‘Tasting Counter’ and an expanded ‘Fine Wine’ selection.