The modern fair – complete with axe throwing, excellent beer and great food – is a peaceful, family-friendly event that looks back to its 18th-century origins.
Langel Common is a meadowland situated between Cogges and Witney, containing many historical interests for residents and visitors alike.
The honey-coloured 16th-century building has been carefully renovated to create six beautiful bedrooms and a large restaurant serving traditional pub dishes made with local produce.
The Planning Inspector’s response on the plan for Salt Cross Garden Village paves the way for the it to be approved and sets the scene for the development to progress.
This is part of its continued growth strategy focused on delivering inspiring futures and places for its clients while nurturing and training its talent.
Dodo Works Witney opened its co-working office doors in Witney high street in September 2021 and has proved popular with workers ranging from travel agents to book publishers, mental health trainers and even tea creators.
Drawn From Life: The Ruskin Diaries, 1949-53, is the genesis story of a life in art based on diaries written by a would-be artist, Steve Hurst, growing from a child into a man.
Guest chefs will prepare and showcase a multi-course menu at the independently-owned collection of boutique hotels and restaurants in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds.
Residents and businesses are being urged to give their views on where West Oxfordshire District Council’s tax will be spent as it prepares its budget for the next financial year.
The new building is commissioned to align with the company’s strong sustainability agenda, and is designed in accordance with the latest environmental standards to obtain BREEAM certification.