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IN OXFORD AWARDS We celebrate this years winners at Divinity School See page 20.





BLOODWISE Join the team of Bloodwise triathletes at Blenheim Palace with one common goal; beating blood cancer. See pages 4-5.

Christopher Farrell


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New exhibition ‘Vantage Point’ at the Sarah Wiseman Gallery this January on page 30.

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HIGHLIGHTS   4 Bloodwise Blenheim Triathlon Help beat blood cancer.

  20 In Oxford Awards Ceremony 2017

WELCOME Welcome to the January edition of In Oxford Magazine. Happy New Year to all our readers! We hope everyone had a lovely Christmas and is feeling refreshed and ready to take on 2018. Why not kick off the new year with health and happiness in mind by taking part in the Bloodwise Blenheim Palace Triathlon which takes place on 2nd-3rd June 2018. Rub shoulders with some serious athletes in this fantastic, superbly organised event in aid of a wonderful cause. See our list of upcoming events inside and get planning some exciting trips for the new year, including the great new exhibition at Wiseman Gallery in Summertown.

ENJOY 10 City Sightseeing Bus Tours 10 Carfax Tower

Happy reading! Lorna Dodson, Assistant Editor

EVENTS 14 The Oxfordshire Museum 15 Music at Oxford 16 Oxford University RFC

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FILM 27 Three Billboards 27  Coco 27 The Commuter

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LEARN 22 EF Oxford Language School 22  Lake School of English

EAT 38 COSMO 39  Cherwell Boathouse 40 Cuttlefish 41  Rigoletto 42 Pint Shop 43  The Rose


44  The Crown

29 Sanders of Oxford   30 Sarah Wiseman Gallery Christopher Farrell’s New Exhibition “Vantage Point”

STAY 32 Malmaison Oxford 34 Museum Hotel Oxford

WELL 46 Spa at Macdonald Randolph Hotel 46 Tripp Hearing

SHOP 36 University of Oxford Shop 36 Hampers Food & Wine

TRADE 50 Wellers 54  Bloodwise 56  Savvy

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MAKE 2018 A TRI-UMPHANT ONE The Bloodwise Blenheim Palace Triathlon is an annual event in the heart of Oxfordshire.

Blenheim is the UK’s second largest triathlon, arguably the most prestigious but definitely the most picturesque. Last year around 7,500 people took part in the event, with more than 1,000 of them raising an amazing £300,000 to fund ground-breaking blood cancer research. Everyone who takes part is a hero to Bloodwise, none more so then Katy Patient, 43, from Stevenage who ran in support of her young niece, Emily, who was sadly diagnosed with leukaemia at just six years of age. Katy says: “Emily is the reason I wanted to raise money for Bloodwise, so research can continue and we can find better, less invasive treatments for all types of blood cancer.” It is messages like these that make this event so important to Bloodwise and all the people who rely on the charities services. Over the years the best in the world have tested themselves on this terrain, such as Olympic champion’s the Brownlee brother’s. This event has also been broadcast on TV for a number of years and has attracted celebrities like sporty spice Mel C to take part. The area is a UNESCO world heritage site and is traditionally known as the season opener for fans of the sport. This is fast becoming one of Oxfordshire’s showpiece events and is open to all types of abilities. Participants can choose to enter a super sprint (750m swim/19.8km cycle/5.4km run) or sprint distance (400m swim/13.3km cycle/2.9km).


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If you are feeling motivated in 2018 there is no better challenge to start with then this stunning event. Join Bloodwise and their unstoppable team now Date: Saturday 2nd - Sunday 3rd June 2018 About Bloodwise Right now there are more than 230,000 people in the UK living with blood cancer. We know that it’s the fifth most common cancer. We know that it’s the third biggest cancer killer. And we know that research is the only way to beat it. We’re the UK’s specialist blood cancer research charity. We fund worldclass research into all types of blood cancer and support all those affected with expert information and advice. We couldn’t do this without you. Follow us on:  @bloodwise_uk #blenheimtri   @bloodwise_uk Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1PP 020 7504 2215



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ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS The must-see buildings and landmarks around Oxford & Oxfordshire for locals and visitors alike.

Cherwell Boathouse - Punting  Bardwell Road, Oxford, OX2 6ST  01865 515978  Enjoy the quintessential Oxford experience punting on the River Cherwell. With over 70 hand built punts, boats and canoes. Enjoy a relaxed afternoon in a beautiful tranquil environment on the river.

Carfax Tower  Junction of St Aldates & High Street, Oxford, OX1 4AZ  01865 686442 In 1818 St Martin’s church was rebuilt complete with tower. However, the church, apart from its tower, was demolished in 1896. The tower is all that remains today. Two ‘quarter boys’ who hit the bells at every quarter hour adorn the east facade of the church clock. Climb up 99 steps to get a sweeping view of Oxford’s spires. Open 10am - 5.30pm, Apr - Oct (4.30pm in October), Admission £2.20, Children £1.10.

Oxford Visitor Information Centre  15-16 Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3AS  01865 686430  The Oxford Visitor Information Centre staff provide an extensive range of services to help make your stay enjoyable and memorable. We offer a wide range of guides, maps, souvenirs and local produce. We also can guide you to the best Oxfordshire has to offer. We are also the home of Oxford Official Walking Tours, the best way to explore Oxford on foot. See in store or get in contact with us by tel or email:

City Sightseeing Bus Tours  Oxford Railway Station, Park End Street, OX1 1HS  01865 790522  Our award winning one hour tour takes you on a fascinating journey around both the famous University colleges and the historic buildings of the city itself. Hop on and off at any of our nineteen bus stops around the town. All buses have live guides or recorded commentary in up to thirteen languages. Tours operate all day every day except Christmas/Boxing and New years day. Tickets valid on Red and Green Buses.

St Michael at the North Gate  Cornmarket Street, Oxford, OX1 3EY  01865 240940  St Michael at the North Gate is the oldest Church Tower in Oxford and is definitely worth a visit! There’s also a treasury of silver and bronze dating back to the 1600s and you can also see a copy of the church accounts dating back hundreds of years. Open: 10.30am - 5pm (10.30am - 4pm in Winter). Admission: Adults £3, Children £1.80, Family ticket £8.50, Groups of 10 or more £2.50 per person.


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The James Sadler Oxford Balloon Experience   0845 116 8899  The James Sadler Oxford Balloon Experience, a World class attraction to commemorate James Sadler, a working-class hero who made history in 1784 by becoming the first Englishman to fly, as well as many other remarkable achievements. The Centre will offer 120 metre high balloon rides in a tethered balloon, alongside a complementary information and education centre, educating visitors about Sadler’s extraordinary achievements. Education is key: interactive scientific concepts will be designed with children in mind.

Oxford Official Walking Tours  15-16 Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3AS  01865 686442  What better way to discover our beautiful city than on foot? The Oxford Official Walking Tours are a fascinating and entertaining way to explore and learn about this unique city, its history, University, famous people and odd traditions. Oxford Official Walking Tours cover a wide range of topics from an introduction to the city and its University to Inspector Morse, Harry Potter, J.R.R. Tolkien and more.

University Church of St. Mary the Virgin  High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BJ  01865 279111  St Mary’s is situated at the historic heart of the City and University of Oxford. Thought to be the oldest university building in the world, the Tower was built in 1280, and the University’s reference library was added in 1320. It is worth the climb of 127 steps to make it to the top to enjoy fine uninterrupted views across Oxford and the surrounding countryside. Open: 9am to 5pm (July and August 9am-6pm). Tower Admission: Adult £4 (Concs £2.50)

Oxford Castle Unlocked  44-46 Oxford Castle, Oxford, OX1 1AY  01865 260666  Discover 1,000 years of Oxford’s history. Oxford Castle Unlocked is a visitor attraction with a past stretching far beyond your imagination. Led by a costumed character guide, the rich history of the castle will be revealed. Climb the Saxon St George’s Tower, descend deep underground into the Crypt, explore the Prison D-Wing and scale the Mound of the 11th century motte-and-bailey castle. Opening Times: 10am - 5pm.

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EVENTS CALENDAR 2017 A quick overview of events to look forward to. For a full list of what’s going on in Oxford and Oxfordshire, see the website!

Real Ice Skating at Millets Farm  Until Thursday 4th January: Get your skates on... At Frosts Millets Farm, Frilford Oxford. Experience the thrill of real ice skating, under our all-weather canopy! Open seven days a week from you can experience the thrill of skating outdoors on our REAL ice rink. Skating sessions last 45 minutes and the ticket price includes your skate hire.

Jingle’s Magic Sleigh  Until Sunday 7th January: Come and hear what stories and songs Jingle gives Santa to cheer him and get him back to his Christmas post. Join her for an unforgettable trip through festive stories – from The Wishing Well to the tale of The King of the Goblins who spent Christmas with a poor shoemaker and his family – and see what special gift Santa gives her for her help.

Oxford International Art Fair  Friday 23rd - Sunday 25th February: Building on the success of previous year’s editions, the art fair will run over three halls, showing a great variety of artworks by a selection of international exhibitors from 26 countries. Expect; Paintings, Sculptures, Photography Art, Illustrations, Jewellery, bespoke crafts and more. Tickets available online or at the Museum of Oxford Gift Shop.

Lecture: Medieval Graffiti  Wednesday 24th January: Today most forms of graffiti are regarded as destructive, as anti-social, and certainly not something that we should encourage or welcome on our historic buildings. However, that attitude is largely a modern construct, dating back only to the middle decades of the nineteenth century. This event is free but places are limited so please book in advance.

Chinese New Year Celebration  Saturday 17th February: Enjoy a traditional Double Guan Yin Chinese Lion dance accompanied by a drummer and tuck in to some delicious Chinese street food from a variety of stalls in the Great Court. Don’t miss out on special photos and meet-and-greet opportunities with the lion, then venture into the Palace to warm up and discover the magnificent Great Hall.


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From festivals to intimate orchestra performances, world-famous Shakespeare troups to the annual Christmas pantomime.

Experience Oxfordshire  15-16 Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3AS  01865 686430  Experience Oxfordshire is pleased to promote the many wonderful cultural events, shows, exhibitions and festivals that take place across the city and county. There’s always something going on in Oxfordshire, for all interests and ages. Check our calendar to see what events are on tonight, this weekend, or during your future visit.

Russian State Ballet of Siberia’s Snow Maiden at New Theatre Oxford Monday 8th - Wednesday 10th January: Based on a traditional folk-tale, set in the snow-covered landscape of rural Russia, this seasonal sparkler follows the Snow Maiden as she dances into the human world. Captivated by the colourful village and the people who live there, she ventures too far and is swept up by feelings of love, temptation and betrayal. The Magic Flute at Oxford Playhouse Thursday 11th January: Following their hugely popular and critically-acclaimed performances of La Bohème and Carmen, Olivier Award-winning OperaUpClose returns to the Playhouse with their bold new take on Mozart’s classic. Andy Zaltzman at The Old Fire Station Tuesday 23rd January: Don’t miss Andy Zaltzman at The Old Fire Station in Oxford this January! Andy Zaltzman is a stand-up comedian, broadcaster and author, who has firmly established himself in the vanguard of British comedy with his unique brand of political satire. Fairytales for Grown-ups: The Grateful and the Dead at The Story Museum Thursday 18th January: Allow world renowned storyteller Ben Haggarty to lure you into a full-blooded fairytale for grown-ups. Dark, beautiful and startling by turn, this is a story of dreams, initiations and the repayment of debts – fierce, fast paced, and unashamedly magical! Angela Hewitt, Piano at SJE Arts Wednesday 24th January: Head to St John the Evangelist Church on Iffley Road to be treated to Book I of The Well-Tempered Clavier by Angela Hewitt. The first of two collections of preludes and fugues in all 24 major and minor keys, this is at once an exercise in counterpoint for students and, for pianists as accomplished as Angela Hewitt, one of the most technically demanding, imaginative and important pieces of music in the western repertoire. Nicolas Party: Speakers at Modern Art Oxford January – Thursday 18th February: The Piper Gallery is taken over by a theatrical cast of female heads representing and acknowledging the achievements of pioneering women in the city of Oxford by Swiss artist Nicolas Party. Throughout the exhibition there will be a series of public events taking place within the gallery.




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EDUCATIONAL The Oxfordshire Museum  Park Street, Woodstock, OX20 1SN  01993 811456  To book contact the museum on: 01993 814106 Lecture: Trees - And The Making Of Our Woodland Wednesday 10th January: By John Banbury. Time: 7.30pm. Tickets: £4. Exhibition: Lucienne Day - Living Design Saturday 13th January - Sunday 4th March: A touring exhibition by Arts University Bournemouth, created in collaboration with the designer’s daughter. Lucienne Day was a renowned mid-20th century textile designer, who created work for the Festival of Britain, Heals and John Lewis. Lecture: Lucienne Day - A Sense of Growth Saturday 3rd February: Jennifer Harris is the former deputy director of the Whitworth Museum, holders of one of the country’s largest collections of Lucienne Day’s work. In 1993 she worked with Lucienne Day on her first retrospective and also curated the Whitworth’s Lucienne Day: A Sense of Growth as part of the 100th anniversary celebrations. In this talk Dr Harris looks back at Lucienne Day’s extraordinary career and discusses her influence on 20th Century design. Time: 12pm. Tickets: £8. Lecture: A Literary Tour Of Oxford’s Waterways Wednesday 7th February: By Mark Davies. Time: 7.30pm. Tickets: £4.

Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum  Park Street, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1SN  01993 810211  There’s so much at SOFO for everyone! Walk through a recreated Great War trench, sit inside a section of a D-Day Horsa Glider or try your hand at some war-time code breaking! More than just a regimental history museum, SOFO focuses on the connection between conflict and county, letting you explore military history through the stories of the people of Oxfordshire involved in conflict throughout time. Glyn Evans’ ‘Troopship Birkenhead‘ Wednesday 7th February: In 1852 the troopship Birkenhead sailed for South Africa with a motley collection of troop reinforcements for Britain’s army fighting native forces there, including a detachment of the 43rd Light Infantry. Glyn Evans was born in Birkenhead in 1944 and spent many happy hours as a Sea Scout rowing round the docks among the cargo vessels using the port. Time: 7pm - 8.30pm. Tickets: £10.

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Pitt Rivers Museum  South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PP  01865 270927  Darning Masterclass Saturday 10th February: Learn to darn with Tom van Deijnen, aka Tom of Holland, best known for his Visible Mending Programme, then go on an exclusive behind the scenes tour in the Pitt Rivers Conservation Lab. Tom will teach Swiss and stocking darning techniques alongside his inspiring darning showcase. The Museum’s Head of Conservation will then show the group round the Conservation Lab. You’ll take home a comprehensive handout, two darning needles, skills to tackle any holey sock or thinning elbow and a beautiful darn as a badge of honour! Book online. Time: 9am - 1pm or 2pm - 6pm. Tickets: £95 (Includes tuition, all materials & behind the scenes tour)

MUSIC Music at Oxford   01865 244806  Erik Satie: Memoirs of a pear-shaped life Friday 16th February: Anne Lovett Piano. David Bamber Narrator. Erik Satie was a complex, eccentric and lonely man. Devised and written by Meurig Bowen, Memoirs of a pear-shaped lifeshowcases the full, startling breadth of the composer’s piano output and interweaves Satie’s diaries and reflections on his riotously varied, chaotically creative and intermittently dysfunctional life. The music includes many of Satie’s most enduring keyboard works – Gymnopédies, Gnossiennes, Je te veux, Le piège de Méduse, Avant-dernières pensées, Le Piccadilly and Heures séculaires. Drinks will be available for purchase when doors open. Time: 7.30pm. Tickets: £15 - £32 (Students £5 off, Under 18s 50% off). Venue: SJE Arts




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SPORTS Oxford United Football Club  The Kassam Stadium, Grenoble Road, Oxford, OX4 4XP  01865 337533  Oxford United Football Club is a professional association football club based in the city of Oxford. Get the latest news straight from Oxford United. Official team updates, match previews & reviews, transfer information and more at our website Monday 1st January, 15:00: MK Dons (H) Saturday 6th January, 15:00: Blackpool (H) Saturday 13th January, 15:00: Walsall (A) Saturday 20th January, 15:00: Bury (H) Saturday 27th January, 15:00: Wigan Athletic (A)

Oxford University RFC  Jackdaw Lane, Iffley Road, Oxford, OX4 1SR  01865 432000  Oxford University Rugby Football Club (OURFC) has a long and illustrious history of sporting distinction and remains one of the world’s leading and most renowned amateur rugby clubs. Follow our facebook pages; /ourfc.blues and /OURFCWomen for our latest updates and fixtures.

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THEATRE New Theatre Oxford  George St, Oxford, OX1 2AG  0844 871 3020  Russian State Ballet of Siberia’s Nutcracker Tuesday 9th - Wednesday 10th January: This most famous of fantasy ballets for all the family begins as night falls on Christmas Eve. As snowflakes fall outside, the warm glow of the open fire sends flickering shadows across the boughs of the Christmas tree and all the presents beneath. Peppa Pig’s Adventure Wednesday 24th - Thursday 25th January: Peppa Pig and friends are back in the brand new live show Peppa Pig’s Adventure! Join Peppa as she gets ready to go on an exciting camping trip to the woods with her school friends, including Pedro Pony, Suzy Sheep and Gerald Giraffe.




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Creation Theatre  Various mystery locations around Oxfordshire  01865 766266  A Christmas Carol at The North Wall Until Saturday 6th January: The clock strikes midnight on Christmas Eve. The first of four ghosts appears. Will skinflint Scrooge learn the error of his ways and find redemption before Christmas morning? From the team behind last year’s anarchic Snow White and Other Tales from the Brothers Grimm this madcap, bonkers and magical Christmas show is a Creation Classic not to be missed. Recommended for age 7+. Holiday Workshops Monday 12th February – Friday 16th February: Every holiday, we run Put on a Play in a Week workshops. Join the Creation team for a week where we get to grips with the text and rehearse, whilst playing a lot of games, then on Friday, we invite friends and family to come and see the final show. The show will usually take place at 3pm on the Friday, this will be confirmed during the week..

Old Fire Station  40 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2AQ  01865 263980  Dry Thursday 11th - Saturday 13th January: Life in the Cotswolds is good, and hard working James and Ellen Wilson enjoy relaxing with a drink, or two, or three, and often entertain friends with good food and quite a few bottles of good wine. Where does this drinking stop, or does it? And how does teenage daughter Chloe cope with the cracks appearing in the formerly smooth running household? Tickets: £5. Time: 7.30pm (+12noon on Sat) The Psychic Project Friday 26th & Saturday 27th January: A mind-reading show based on the true story of the Cold War’s psychic spies. In 1972, the Cold War took an unusual turn. The CIA learnt that Russia was investing in mind-control research and achieving some remarkable results. Not wanting to be left behind, US scientists began a secret project to train civilians as psychic spies. Tickets: £12, Conc £10. Time: 7.30pm

Oxford Playhouse  11 - 12 Beaumont Street, Oxford, OX1 2LW  01865 305305  Air Play Friday 12th - Saturday 13th January: Ride the wind and dream with Air Play, a modern circus spectacle that brings to life the very air we breathe. Flying umbrellas, larger-than-life balloons, giant kites floating over the audience, and the biggest snow globe you’ve ever seen will make you gasp in wonder and laugh until it hurts. The Play That Goes Wrong Monday 22nd - Saturday 27th January: Olivier Award-winning smash hit comedy The Play That Goes Wrong returns to Oxford for another calamitous week! The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are putting on a 1920s murder mystery, but as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong… does! As the accident prone thesps battle on against all the odds to reach their final curtain call, hilarious results ensue!


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IN OXFORD AWARDS CEREMONY 2017 B4 invited Platinum members and guests to celebrate the winners of this year’s In Oxford Awards at the B4 Christmas Dinner, held at the prestigious Divinity School.

The event included an opportunity to connect with a wide range of Oxfordshire’s leading businesses and enjoy the hospitality of Oxford Fine Dining, with speeches from Alice Ogilvie, Head of Venue Services at Bodleian Libraries, Cllr Bob Price, Leader of Oxford City Council and Richard Rosser, CEO of B4. Alice Oglivie commented: “What a splendid evening, a fantastic showcase for Oxford. It was a pleasure to address guests in the historic Divinity School and share in the celebrations of well deserved winners of The 2017 In Oxford Awards.” B4’s Richard Rosser added: “Thank you to everyone in attendance at last night’s final B4 Platinum Dinner of 2017 for a superb evening. Sincere thanks to Kate del Nevo and Alice Ogilvie of Bodleian Libraries for hosting us in such a beautifully dressed Divinity School, the team at Oxford Fine Dining for the ultimate fine dining experience, photographer Chaz Snell and my team at The In Oxford Group for their thorough preparation and excellent organisation last night. Congratulations to all of our In Oxford Awards winners and everyone who entered this year’s Awards. Special thanks to our guest speaker, Cllr Bob Price, Leader of Oxford City Council, who gave guests an insight into the long term plans for Oxford and underlined how well the evening reflected all that is good about Oxford.” Cllr Bob Price commented: “What a splendid evening, a fantastic


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showcase for Oxford. It was a pleasure to address guests in the historic Divinity School and share in the celebrations of well deserved winners of The 2017 In Oxford Awards.” About Divinity School The Divinity School is Oxford University’s oldest teaching and examination room, dating from the 1500s, a masterpiece of English gothic architecture. Built between 1427 and 1483, it is the oldest surviving purpose-built building for university use, specifically for lectures, oral exams and discussions on theology. Event Statistics LinkedIn: Twitter: Attendees:

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Oxford is known across the globe as being a leader in education. From the world-famous colleges of the University of Oxford, to local private and public schools.

EF Oxford Language School  Pullens Lane, Oxford, OX3 0DT  01865 759660  Experience centuries of academic excellence and a tourist destination complete with stunning architecture, markets and world class museums. Highlights include: Spacious modern campus is situated on private grounds in a quiet residential neighbourhood; Newly renovated English school features glassroofed cafeteria, fitness room, multimedia lecture hall and classrooms; Spacious student lounge equipped with TV, DVD player and a variety of games; Outdoor patio with lounge chairs and year-round BBQ café.

Lake School of English Oxford  14 Park End Street, Oxford, OX1 1JQ  01865 724312  In the centre of Oxford, the Lake School of English offers a professional, dynamic approach to teaching and a supportive environment for learning with intensive courses delivered by wellqualified and experienced teachers. Our students enjoy personal attention, inclusive social activities, comfortable accommodation and lovely self-study facilities. The Lake School is British Council accredited, a leading Centre of Excellence 2010 – 2015, and a member of Quality English. Email:

Our Lady’s Abingdon  Abingdon on Thames, Oxfordshire, OX14 3PS  01235 524658  OLA is a member of The Society of Heads, the Independent Association of Prep Schools (IAPS) and the Catholic Independent Schools’ Conference (CISC). It is a thriving and highly-regarded independent day school for boys and girls aged 3-18 years. The school is set in pleasant grounds within walking distance of the centre of Abingdon and within a few miles of Oxford. The facilities on offer are extensive.

Eckersley School of English  14 Friars Entry, Oxford, OX1 2BZ  01865 721268  At Eckersley School of English we deliver intensive English courses in the heart of Oxford, England. Students are taught in very small class sizes which creates a collaborative training environment with constant proximity to tutors. This close tutorship feeds students’ curiosity and inspires them in the creation of their bilingual identity. The very small class sizes allow us to focus on each student’s own intelligences and give extra coaching where needed.

Perfect Rhythm Music Tuition   07918 852603  Perfect Rhythm Music Tuition provides fun, music lessons. Whether you wish to learn to play drums at home or come to a professional rehearsal studio, we can accommodate you! Run by Ollie Ambrose, a talented multi-instrumentalist with over 5 years teaching experience and 15 years’ participation in performing.


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Winter Walk 10.30am - 14th January 2018

Kick-start those New Year resolutions and burn off a few of those Christmas calories on our annual winter walk through the grounds of

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Oxford City Centre Map Accommodation 1 Randolph Hotel 2 River Hotel 3 Malmaison


Attractions 1 Oxford Castle Quarter 2 Carfax Tower 3 St Michael at the North Gate



4 Modern Art Oxford 5 Uni Church of St. Mary the Virgin 6 Ashmolean Museum

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County Map 1 Didcot Railway Centre 2 Wychwood Brewery


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Select highlights of films on in Oxford and Oxfordshire over this month. Please see for more details and trailers.

Three Billboards Mildred Hayes’ daughter Angela was murdered months ago, and the police still haven’t made any arrests. To get their attention, she buys advertising space on ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’. With giant writing calling out the police on their failure just outside town, Mildred hopes they’ll finally make some progress on the case.

Darkest Hour Winston Churchill was no-one’s first choice for Prime Minister. But in Great Britain’s ‘Darkest Hour’, through his refusal to surrender and determination to fight on, he became their last hope. Within days of his appointment, the Nazi forces had surrounded the British and French armies and were on the brink of annihilating them.

Coco ‘Coco’ follows the adventures of a 12-year-old boy named Miguel, who finds himself in the Land of the Dead while on a quest to prove his talent as a musician. His family has banned music for generations, but Miguel is determined to defy them. But when he’s magically transported to the vibrant and colourful Land of the Dead, he sets out to discover the true story of his family’s history.

The Post ‘The Post’ chronicles the efforts of the Washington Post’s publisher and editor to get the Pentagon Papers – classified documents about a US government cover-up of its actions in Vietnam – published. The cover-up had spanned the tenures of four Presidents, and it spurred Kay Graham and Ben Bradlee to join an unprecedented battle between journalists and the government.

Downsizing As a solution to over-population, scientists have discovered a way to shrink people to five inches tall. Intrigued by the possibilities, Paul and Audrey decide to give ‘Downsizing’ a try. As well as being hugely beneficial for the environment, money goes much further in a downsized world, and the promise of a better life is too much to pass up.

The Commuter ‘The Commuter’ follows Michael’s journey home from work, which quickly takes a turn for the worse when a mysterious stranger forces him to uncover the identity of a mystery passenger. He’s been offered a reward, but he’s also being watched and is in far deeper than he realises. It isn’t long before he discovers he’s caught up in a much bigger conspiracy.

Early Man Set at the dawn of time, ‘Early Man’ follows young caveman Dug on an epic quest to save his tribe from a mighty enemy and his Bronze Age city. Dug’s tribe are still in the Stone Age, and they’re no match for people armed with bronze. So he sets out for the mysterious city with his sidekick Hognob to try and save them all, and finds himself caught up in an incredible journey.



ART & ANTIQUES IN OXFORD Oxford cultivates a rich art society, from fine artists to illustrators, we even have our fair share of comicbook artists.

Modern Art Oxford  30 Pembroke Street, Oxford, OX1 1BP  01865 722733  Founded in 1966, Modern Art Oxford is one of the UK’s most exciting and influential contemporary art spaces with an international reputation for ambitious and innovative projects. The gallery is open to all and all our exhibitions and events are completely free of charge, unless stated. We aim to make contemporary art accessible and engaging to the widest audience through presentation and participation.

Antiques at Heritage  Market Place, Woodstock, OX20 1TA  01993 811332  Antiques at Heritage is the home of 12 established and experienced antique dealers located in a 15thc building in the heart of Woodstock just seven miles north of Oxford. A wide and ever changing range of antiques mainly pre-1940 can be found within the gallery. Stock includes English furniture country, formal and arts and crafts, silver, fine art, porcelain, pottery, jewellery, glass, mirrors, rugs, clocks, garden antiques, books, vintage luggage and accessories.

Dantzig  1 Market Street, Woodstock, OX20 1SU  01993 812000  Starting down the Passage de Dantzig, our story begins in Paris, 1902 with the opening of La Ruche, a beehive humming with artistic activity. Sustained by its collaborative efforts, sense of creative identity and colourful names in the 20th movement – we’ve taken the heart of this culture, believing in the thriving spirit of modernity, its descendants and the power of expression. Dantzig provides a space for the exchange of total art, with our gallery in Woodstock celebrating processes and exploring Modern and Contemporary works.

Christ Church Picture Gallery Nick Schlee Drawing to Painting

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Mon, Wed - Sat: 10.30am - 1pm & 2pm - 4.30pm; Sun: 2pm - 4.30pm (Closed Tuesdays) Check website for holiday closures Christ Church, Oxford Entrance via Oriel Square Admission: £4/£2 Tel: 01865 276172


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Kieran Stiles Art Studios  Folly Bridge, Oxford  07967 075367  A range of beginner and advanced courses in painting, printmaking and life drawing with a professional artist and experienced, qualified teacher. Mid-week and weekend tuition in a friendly atmosphere. Group sessions, all day workshops and individual tutorials. Exhibition space available. All in the inspiring setting of Folly Bridge, Oxford. Email:

Sanders of Oxford  104 High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BW  01865 242590  Sanders of Oxford, situated in the 17th century Salutation Inn, has long been a landmark on the High Street. Our selection of prints and maps, dating from 16th – 20th Centuries, is extensive and encompasses a wide range of subjects, engravers and prices.

Vantage Point A Contemporary View of Oxford CHRISTOPHER FARRELL 13TH JANUARY 10TH FEBRUARY 2018 Tel: 01865 515 123 40-41 South Parade Summertown Oxford OX2 7JL

Sanders of Oxford Antique Prints & Maps

Sanders of Oxford, situated in the 17th century Salutation Inn, has long been a landmark on the High Street. Our selection of prints and maps, dating from 16th – 20th Centuries, is extensive and encompasses a wide range of subjects, engravers and prices. This January Sanders presents two exhibitions back-to-back: At Sea: an exhibition of prints and maps depicting Pirates, Buccaneers, and Exploration in the 17th & 18th Century.

Mapping the Ancient World: A fascinating collection of maps

from Abraham Ortelius’ Parergon, a veritable mine of textual commentary and classical philology, drawing upon Ptolemy, Strabo, Pliny, and many others.

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In his new solo exhibition ‘Vantage Point’, Christopher Farrell is setting out to explore Oxford, recording not just its iconic skyline but the rapidly changing face of the city too. Christopher Farrell is already well known for his interpretations of historic painting techniques, used to make his distinctive paintings of London. Often large scale, his paintings contain breath-taking detail using combinations of highly skilled drawn marks, as well as more gestural and abstract forms. Using similar approaches to painters of the past, in particular Canaletto, Christopher practices methods that have not changed for centuries, yet he doesn’t romanticise or omit indicators of a rapidly changing skyline – the cranes, traffic lanes and glow of air-craft tail lights are all very much part of his work.   Turning his attention to Oxford, it’s Christopher’s aim to ‘learn’ Oxford through drawing. With this in mind, visitors can expect to see new paintings and drawings that are an artistic investigation of Oxford’s architecture and character. Christopher is particularly interested in using traditional methods such as red chalk, silver and gold point, on specially prepared surfaces. These techniques date back to the 14th century, used by artists like Durer, Da Vinci and Raphael. It’s an unforgiving method, taking many hours of practice, in particular to build tone, where the artist must layer marks by cross hatching. As a new addition to Sarah Wiseman Gallery’s carefully selected group of artists, Christopher Farrell has only recently begun visiting Oxford. He


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“OXFORD IS A VERY EXCITING CITY AND MY INITIAL THOUGHT WAS ‘WOW! THIS PLACE IS COMPLEX’; WITH THE MIX OF THE ARCHITECTURE AND THE CITY OVERALL.” - Christopher Farrell was initially struck by the variety of buildings and architecture. For the exhibition, he felt that this mix of buildings needed his visual distillation in order to build a unified impression of the city. “Oxford is a very exciting city and my initial thought was ‘Wow! This place is complex’; with the mix of the architecture and the city overall,” he says. “I am always thinking, what do I need to make the paintings look like Oxford? Do I need to have representational paintings with the spires? Can a painting represent Oxford with just colour and only a suggestion of the architecture, through gestures, lines and space?” Christopher uniquely combines his traditional drawing with digital imaging, photographing his paintings at key moments and using the images to progress the painting. Although technology is a tool in his painting process, the historic traditions of drawing remain at the heart of what he does. “Drawing is a great way to gather information, as it’s fast and direct. I sometimes use GoogleEarth to scout for viewpoints and make drawing from the screen.” “This usually evolves to focusing on specific buildings with a view to learn the architecture, this visual knowledge would feed the paintings.” 40-41 South Parade, Summertown, Oxford, OX2 7JL 01865 515123




Looking for a break in the shire, or visiting Oxford city? Oxfordshire has a wide selection of wonderful accommodation available to you, from short and cheap to luxurious.

The Beetle and Wedge  Ferry Lane, Moulsford-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, OX10 9JF  01491 651381  We have three beautiful rooms overlooking the River Thames, with king-size beds and lovely roll-top baths, one of our ground floor rooms offers a spacious en suite shower room. Breakfast is served in the Boathouse and on fine weather mornings we can also serve outside on the jetty. Set on the banks of the River Thames the Boathouse Restaurant emphasis is on quality of food, wines and service. Join us and enjoy the tranquillity and peace of a beautiful riverside setting for relaxed dining.

Macdonald Randolph Hotel  Beaumont Street, Oxford, OX1 2LN  01865 256400  Oxford’s leading hotel - The AA Five star Macdonald Randolph - is situated in the heart of the city opposite the world famous Ashmolean Museum. Built in 1864 and recently refurbished, the hotel offers each guest the highest level of comfort and service in a traditional and welcoming environment. The location makes the Macdonald Randolph Hotel an ideal base for exploring the historic sights of Oxford or the thriving shopping centre just two minutes walk away.

Malmaison Oxford  3 New Road, Oxford, OX1 1AY  0330 016 0380  It’s never a hard day’s night at our Oxford hotel, which is surely one of our most unique buildings around. Located in a converted prison in a medieval castle, this boutique hotel is in Oxford Castle Quarter, one of the oldest, busiest and trendiest spots in the city. So, if you’re tired of doing hard time in run-of-the-mill hotels, check into this extraordinary slammer where the only hardship is having to go home!

Bear & Ragged Staff  28 Appleton Road, Cumnor, Oxfordshire, OX2 9QH  01865 862329  The Bear is just 2 miles away from the A34, 4 miles West of Oxford and without all the city centre parking issues and outside rush hour, is a mere 12 minute drive away. Guests have full access to the bars, decking, log fires and the main restaurant. Perfect for that special romantic weekend or for the busy travelling businessperson. Although the Inn closes for business at around midnight to 1am our staff are available 24 hours a day. For detailed descriptions of rooms and prices visit our website.

Royal Oxford Hotel  Park End Street, Oxford, OX1 1HR  01865 248432  The Royal Oxford Hotel is a Non Smoking Property located 2 minutes walk to the bus and train stations and offers: Air conditioned bedrooms; Free wireless network throughout the hotel; Spacious and well appointed accommodation; Complementary water and selection of fresh fruit in all bedrooms; Tourist Information Within easy reach of the train station and the centre of Oxford.


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Holiday Inn Oxford  Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 8JD  0871 942 9086  The Holiday Inn Oxford hotel is beside the A34 and with ample free parking, it’s easy to travel into Oxford - just hop on the Park and Ride bus adjacent to the hotel. It’s also close to the M40, M4, Blenheim Palace and Silverstone.The 154 bedroom purpose-built hotel offers Wi-Fi internet access and excellent hotel family rooms for up to 2 adults and 2 children. And because Kids Eat & Stay Free, it’s a fantastic value for families. While you’re here, enjoy the large gym, pool and beauty therapists in the Spirit health club.

River Hotel  Botley Road, Oxford, OX2 0AA  01865 243475  Long established local business Excellent City location overlooking the river, by ‘Thames Walk’ towpath; Oxford College owned property, originally an 1870’s Master-builder’s home; 18 bedrooms with own bathroom, all with expected in-room facilities; 24-hr access for registered residents, free on-site car-park and wi-fi; SatNav, via Mill Street, take immediate first lane on right OX2 0AJ; On A420, 1 mile to A34 ring road, west exit at Botley/Seacourt interchange; Easy walk to City, Colleges, Venues, Conferences, near Said Business School; VisitEngland **metro grading, breakfast table service, residents bar; ‘Large enough to be comfortable, small enough to be friendly’


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Looking for a break in the shire, or visiting Oxford city? Oxfordshire has a wide selection of wonderful accommodation available to you, from short and cheap to luxurious.

Righton ď 14 Oakthorpe Road, Summertown, Oxford, OX2 7BE ď‚• 01865 318594  Righton specialises in high quality serviced accommodation in Oxford for both short stay and longer term let. Our properties are carefully selected to be close to local amenities, transport links and key businesses and can be rented for as little as three nights through to a year or more. Our services include weekly linen and towel changes, weekly freshen-up cleans, internet access, telephone and tariffs inclusive of utilities.

The Manor Country House Hotel ď Weston-on-the-Green, Oxfordshire, OX25 3QL ď‚• 01869 350621  Discover your haven of luxury at The Manor. You are invited to linger awhile in the stunning luxury bedrooms, your very own sanctuary of peace and opulence. Pause for a moment and enjoy the smoothest of white cotton linens and the most sumptuous of handpicked beds. Savour the contrasts of the 11th Century history with the modern must-have conveniences.

The Feathers Hotel ď Market Street, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1SX ď‚• 01993 812291  The Feathers Hotel is an inviting country retreat that combines historic charm with a fun personality. Named Oxfordshire’s Restaurant of the Year 2012, it currently holds the Guinness World Record for the largest collection of gin (167 varieties). “The Gin Experienceâ€? menu is ÂŁ75 per person for seven courses.

Museum Hotel Oxford ď 107 St. Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1BU ď‚• 01865 250075  The Hotel is a beguiling 10 bedroom hideaway, located in the heart of historic Oxford, the building dates back to 1594 & houses numerous unique features, from embracing the latest technology, to respecting its historic charm. We offer an almost wholly automated check in service providing the option of being completely independent. A gratis continental breakfast will also await you each morning in our artist studio.

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From the chic designer shopping outlets at Bicester Village, to the fresh and local produce available at Farmers’ Markets, to handmade souvenirs and clothing in Oxford’s Covered Market.

Wychwood Brewery  Eagle Maltings, The Crofts, Witney, Oxfordshire, OX28 4DP  01993 890800  The Wychwood Brewery is tucked away behind the main street of the market town of Witney, in the heart of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Discover the brewing process of Wychwood & Brakspear Beers, from seeing the raw ingredients to the finished product during one of our 45 minute guided tours. After the tour you are invited to sample our flagship Legendary Hobgoblin and our range of Wychwood and Brakspear bottled beers.

University of Oxford Shop  106 High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BW  01865 247414  Established in 1991, the University of Oxford Shop has been welcoming visitors and residents of Oxford for 25 years. Our ranges of official merchandise, clothing and gifts feature exclusive Oxford designs and where possible are made in the UK. We are wholly owned by the University and profits from every purchase help to support teaching and research.

Bicester Village  50 Pingle Drive, Bicester, OX26 6WD  01869 366266  Discover a relaxed shopping haven in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside, where spacious boutiques showcase the world’s leading fashion and lifestyle brands. Quality, attention to detail and five-star service are hallmarks of the Bicester Village shopping experience.

Hampers Food & Wine  31-33 Oxford Street, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1TH  01993 811535  Based in Woodstock, Hampers Food and Wine is a delicatessen, cafe and gift hamper business bursting with a delicious, diverse range of the highest quality food and wine showcasing the very best from the local region and British Isle’s, accompanied by classic products from top producers around the world.


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From historic taverns frequented by writers and scholars of days gone by to contemporary award-winning restaurants, you will find something to suit all tastes in Oxfordshire.

ASIAN COSMO  Magdalen Street, Oxford, OX1 3AD  01865 297575  At COSMO Oxford, our chefs prepare over 150 authentic dishes from around the world every day and each dish is expertly created in small amounts to ensure they are always fresh. Its Live Cooking Stations provide the entertainment, sounds, aromas but above all, dishes cooked in front customers.

Qumins  86 St. Clements Street, Oxford, OX4 1AR  01865 247093  At Qumins we aim to provide an exciting new experience in fine Indian cuisine, blending traditional techniques with a modern twist. All of our products are made using the freshest, finest ingredients, and most importantly are cooked with love and passion for the Indian cuisine. With our unique menu we can guarantee that some of our specialities can only be tried and tested here at Qumins!

Cockadoo  Nuneham Courtenay, Oxford, OX44 9NX  01865 341030  The atmosphere at Cockadoo is relaxed, friendly and informal and our attention to detail and high level of service ensures your dining experience exceeds your expectations. Our skilled chefs use only the finest ingredients to create masterful oriental dishes.

Daba  36 Oxford Street, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1TT  01993 815824  Daba is an Indian restaurant, located in Woodstock, that serves a selection of stunning Indian dishes. Our chefs use the finest ingredients and more than 17 years of experience to make sure that every meal is of the highest quality. What’s more, we take great pride in maintaining competitive prices, with every dish offering excellent value for money.

FRENCH Pierre Victoire  9 Little Clarendon St, Oxford, OX1 2HP  01865 316616  Enjoy our authentically cooked, traditional dishes in an informal environment at reasonable prices, the way the French do… Choose from a variety of fixed price menus, which we change with the seasons, focusing on local, fresh produce! We offer a 3 course lunch or early Pre Theatre supper for £11.50 and an evening 3 course Prix Fixe for £23.50! Rustic and friendly, with lots of candles, providing great food, value and service!


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CONTEMPORARY Acanthus  Beaumont Street, Oxford, OX1 2LN  01865 256410  The restaurant at the Macdonald Randolph Hotel has recently just won its second AA rosette for its cuisine and features contemporary menus in an unrivalled setting with fabulous views of the city. If a more relaxed atmosphere is desired for a quiet drink then the Morse Bar provides a peaceful environment in which you can relax and unwind in after a busy day.

Cherwell Boathouse  Bardwell Road, Oxford, OX2 6ST  01865 552746  Beautifully located by the river Cherwell. Fine food and renowned wine list (2010 Fine Wine list of the Year) Open lunch and dinner 7 days a week Marquee and terrace available for private hire. Week day lunch menu available 2 courses from £13.50. Al fresco dining available.




From historic taverns frequented by writers and scholars of days gone by to contemporary award-winning restaurants, you will find something to suit all tastes in Oxfordshire.

Bear & Ragged Staff  28 Appleton Rd, Cumnor, Oxford, OX2 9QH  01865 862329  Whether you are looking for a simple sandwich or businessman’s lunch, a romantic dinner for two or a full on three course meal with wine, port liqueurs and coffee, we have the solution. If you want to hold that special family gathering or a sit down banquet for 80, we can accommodate and tailor our offering to your requirements.

Cuttlefish  36 St Clement’s Street, Oxford, OX4 1AB  01865 243003  Cuttlefish is the new fish restaurant on the block, bringing the best seasonal, sustainable fish to Oxford from the shore at the fairest of prices. The extensive menu includes the Cuttlefish seafood platter, mixed fish grill and possibly Oxford’s best fish and chips. Non fish eaters and vegetarians have an eclectic choice too. A takeaway service is also available.

Rooftop Restaurant at Ashmolean  Beaumont Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 2PH  01865 553823  Rooftop Restaurant at Ashmolean is bright, airy and contemporary, where the best of European cuisine meets the best of British tradition. The ethos and ambience reflects the museum itself, fine art in a classical English setting.

The Oxford Kitchen  215 Banbury Road, Summertown, Oxford, OX2 7HQ  01865 511149  The Oxford Kitchen’s reputation for fine modern British cuisine is built around the inspired creations of Executive Chef John Footman, whose food has the critics talking. Dishes on our à la carte and set menus have been carefully designed for their sensory appeal and exquisite flavour combinations. Recognised as a leader among the best dining outlets in the city, The Oxford Kitchen provides a full café service in a contemporary, intimate setting, offering breakfasts, morning coffees, specialty teas & snacks.

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LASSCO Three Pigeons  London Road, Milton Common, Oxfordshire, OX9 2JN  01844 277183  A quirky coaching inn with an all fresh kitchen on the London – Oxford turnpike. We source from local farms, wild food suppliers and our onsite vegetable and herb garden. Delightful evening menus with daily changes to utilise ingredients at their very best - seasonal, simple food. We have Real Ale from Shotover Brewing Company and wines from Oxfordshire vineyards.

ITALIAN Marco’s New York Italian Oxford  73 High St, Oxford, OX1 4BE  01865 256410  This stunning Marco Pierre White restaurant is located at number 73 on High Street in the centre of Oxford. Serving an array of mouthwatering dishes from Italian sharing platters, fresh fish, home-made pizza and pasta to New York favourites such as succulent steaks, burgers & Marco’s tasty BBQ ribs and lazy fries.

La Cucina  39-40 St. Clements, Oxford, OX4 1AB  01865 793811  The open kitchen allows customers to see chefs at work, tossing pizza and preparing daily specials from 11am - 10.30pm. The menu changes seasonally and caters for all - families and those looking for an authentic italian dining experience in relaxed surroundings. Open front in Summer months.

Rigoletto  Bicester Road, Middleton Stoney, Oxfordshire, OX25 4TD  01869 343216  Rigoletto is a family run Italian restaurant, situated on the Bicester Road close to Middleton Stoney. We are also only a 5-10 minute drive from Bicester Village. The restaurant is set in idyllic surroundings with ample car parking. Serving a varied menu of Italian dishes and an excellent selection of wines.






From historic taverns frequented by writers and scholars of days gone by to contemporary award-winning restaurants, you will find something to suit all tastes in Oxfordshire.

BARS Angels  Little Clarendon Street, Oxford. OX1 2HS  01865 544244  Step into Angels and journey through cocktail history. Choose between the first vintage mixes or new trends perfected in the Angels laboratory, all carefully crafted by our expert bartenders.

Pint Shop  25-27 George St, Oxford, OX1 2AU  01865 251194  Pint Shop is all about creating a place that embraces eating and drinking equally. A place where you feel equally at home having a few beers, a light lunch or a full blown feast. A place where people from all walks of life, rub shoulders with each other.

The Duke of Cambridge  5-6 Little Clarendon St, Oxford, OX1 2HP  01865 558173  The Duke of Cambridge has been mixing great drinks in Oxford since 1981. Located in the bohemian district of Jericho, the bar is always bursting with atmosphere at the weekends with a more chilled vibe during the week. Fresh ingredients, cool interiors and friendly staff give The Duke genuine character and style.

The House  The House, Blue Boar St, Oxford, OX1 4EE  01865 724433  A buzzing young bar in central Oxford with its own games room, private terrace with Philippe Starck sofas and a seriously well thought out cocktail list. The House is an intimate yet lively venue. The bar has attracted plenty of attention since it opened in early 2009, gracing the pages of Vogue, as a fashion shoot location and featuring in Elle magazine’s Top 25 Bars 2010.

Turtle Bay  12 Friars Entry, Magdalen Street, Oxford, OX1 2BY  01865 242141  Eating and drinking is at the heart and soul of the Caribbean Island culture and we, here at Turtle Bay, aim to capture the essence of this way of life and the great food that evolves here!

Al-Andalus Tapas Bar  Little Clarendon Street, Oxford. OX1 2HS  01865 516688  Our menus are bursting with Spanish flavours and cooked in a traditional style, a great way to enjoy the true taste of Spain! So forget the traditional way of ordering meals with starters and main courses and treat yourself to a Spanish banquet.


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CAFE The Vaults & Garden Café  University Church, 1 Radcliffe, Square, Oxford, OX1 4AH  01865 279112  Housed in Oxford University’s Old Congregation House of 1320, the Vaults Cafe offers a delicious and healthy seasonal menu. When the weather is nice, our garden is one of the finest spots in Oxford to sit in, surrounded by architectural treasures, flowers and aromatic herbs. Hot water bottles & blankets are provided during the winter!

Aston Pottery Country Café  The Stables, Kingsway Farm, Aston, Oxfordshire, OX18 2BT  01993 852031  Built in 2008 our Country Café provides a light and airy space in which people can meet friends and family whilst enjoying a wide selection of homemade fare from local suppliers. Each morning fresh batches of scones, cakes and biscuits are baked and placed on their own individual cake stands - a perfect complement for a hot tea or coffee.

The Rose  51 High St, Oxford, OX1 4AS  01865 244429  The Rose is a small restaurant and tea room on the High Street in Oxford which serves first class, freshly prepared food. From our breakfasts to our afternoon teas, we take great care in choosing the best ingredients available and preparing our food from scratch.

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From historic taverns frequented by writers and scholars of days gone by to contemporary award-winning restaurants, you will find something to suit all tastes in Oxfordshire.

TRADITIONAL The Maytime Inn  Asthall, Burford, Oxfordshire, OX18 4HW  01993 822068  The Maytime Inn is independent and fiercely so, because of this we can offer you a range of excellently conditioned, regularly changing local ales, ciders and a wide selection of fine wines by the glass. Our Award Winning Chef and his team will set out to delight whether you choose from the a la carte menu, pub classics or even a sandwich.

The Ben Jonson  Weston on The Green, Bicester, OX25 3RA  01869 814340  Always a warm welcome at the newly refurbished Ben Jonson at Weston on the Green, just 5 mins from Bicester Village. The Ben Jonson is a traditional Oxfordshire thatched village pub. We have a bar area, and restaurant and large beer garden. The food is of a high quality and served from the menu and daily specials.

The Crown  31 High Street, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1TE  01993 813339  The Crown Inn is a grade 2 listed 18th century boutique hotel b&b and restaurant set in the heart of historic Woodstock, Oxfordshire. We have 5 ensuite bedrooms with free wifi, bose sound docks, and luxury toiletries. Blenheim Palace is 5 minutes’ walk away and you’re just 15km from Oxford for easy day trips on the bus.

The White Horse, Kings Sutton  2 The Square, Kings Sutton, Banbury, OX17 3RF  01295 812440  A warm welcome awaits at The White Horse, Kings Sutton! We are a friendly country pub at the heart of the village, offering the perfect pint and Great British pub classics freshly prepared with local ingredients. The White Horse is a picturesque stone building, set in perfect surroundings, overlooking the village green.

The Anchor  2 Hayfield Road, Oxford, OX2 6TT  01865 510282  The Anchor is a pub and dining room in the heart of Oxford’s Jericho serving simple, honest food. We have daily changing seasonal specials, Wadworth beers and a great wine selection. We have two private dining rooms: The Green Room seats up to 16 people and The Blue Room seats up to 14. We offer a choice of four feasting/sharing menus.

The Baskerville  7 Station Rd, Lower Shiplake, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 3NY  01189 403332  2016 Oxfordshire Restaurant of the Year. The Baskerville offers a memorable experience in a marvellous location with a perfect blend of traditional village pub, first class restaurant, where food really does matter and superb accommodation.


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The Beetle and Wedge  Ferry Lane, Moulsford-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, OX10 9JF  01491 651381  The Restaurant offers a warm and friendly atmosphere and a magical combination of fabulous food, an idyllic location and great service - our mission is to ensure your time with us is as enjoyable as possible. Families are important to us at The Beetle & Wedge Boathouse and children are always welcome, we can adapt our menus to suit most tastes & provide highchairs where necessary.

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Leisure Club and Spa at Macdonald Randolph Hotel  Beaumont Street, Oxford, OX1 2LN  01865 256400  At Macdonald Randolph Hotel and Spa, we provide you with the perfect oasis to unwind and relax. Our calm and tranquil spa provides the most luxurious of retreats from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Voted amongst the top 50 best spas in the world, our facilities provide you with the perfect environment for a workout and Oxford’s golf courses, parks and rivers offer hours of leisure-time activities.

Clinic 95  95 West Way, Botley, Oxford, OX2 9JY  01865 241662  Our experienced dental professionals pride themselves on their gentle approach to dental care. Our aim is to improve your dental wellbeing in friendly, relaxed surroundings with a thorough and unhurried service that is second to none. We offer all the private treatments you would expect, including comprehensive health checks, white fillings and preventive hygiene therapy, as well as an extensive range of cosmetic treatments.

Tripp Hearing  Sandford Gate, Oxford OX4 6LB  01865 910202  We are an independent family run private healthcare practice covering Oxfordshire and the surrounding area. Our hearing healthcare practice has earned an excellent reputation in Oxford and the surrounding areas for providing a wide range of digital hearing aids and also for our unique microsuction ear wax removal clinic.

Spirit Health Club  Holiday Inn Oxford, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 8JD  01865 888444  Feel comfortable and at ease here with a great, social atmosphere and friendly staff as committed to your long term goals as you are. Whether it’s fitness, relaxation or wellbeing, we’ll help you find your true Spirit. See more at our website www.spirithealthclubs.

Diamond House - Dental Practice  199 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 7AR  01865 559521  It is our aim to provide the highest quality of Dental Care in a relaxed and friendly environment, with the most up to date methods and equipment available. The safety and comfort of our patients is always our primary concern.

Woodstock Opticians  17 High Street, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1TE  01993 811870  Whatever your visual needs, Woodstock Opticians is committed to providing you with the highest standards of professional eyecare. Your eyesight is precious, so it makes sense to have it looked after properly with regular eye examinations and quality eyewear.


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Spa at Jurys Inn Oxford  Godstow Road, Oxford, OX2 8AL  01865 489988  Relax, unwind and let us pamper you in the tranquil surroundings of the beauty rooms at Jurys Inn Hotel, or get fit at The Health & Leisure Club at Jurys Inn (open to hotel guests and members). Facilities: 2 beauty rooms with a range of treatments, Fitness suite, Splash pool, Sauna, Steam room, Squash courts.

WITH HEARPLAN YOU HAVE PIECE OF MIND Normally when you buy hearing aids you are also paying for all your initial assessments, fitting fees and ongoing hearing tests and care, but we realise that paying for all this in one go can

sometimes be prohibitive and not all hearing aid users require the same level of aftercare and end up paying for something they do not use. So we have introduced HearPlan.

For a monthly subscription you will receive: • All of the care and support you need to improve your hearing • £200.00 off the cost of each hearing instrument • Preferential pricing on new technology if you choose to upgrade your hearing aid • Offers on accessories that you may need to help you hear in every environment 01865 910 202 | | Clarendon Business Centre, Sandford Gate, East Point Business Park Sandy Lane West, Oxford, OX4 6LB

Woodstock Rd, Oxford, OX2 8JD

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 A full stocked gym  15 meter swimming pool  Sauna  Steam room  Jacuzzi  Onsite beauticians  Fully qualified personal trainers


Great Oxfordshire Deals

Vouch is Oxfordshire’s very own discount deals website So what can we offer you? We are passionate about bringing you great local deals for fantastic restaurants, luxurious hotels and wonderful events, not to mention a growing number of retail, beauty and sporting vouchers. The best part about vouch is that it’s easy to take advantage of our offers.

The Snooty Mehmaan

£30 voucher for just £15 With an emphasis on refined yet creative Indian cusine.


£20 voucher for just £10 Cuttlefish bringing the best seasonal sustainable fish to Oxford.

Macdonald Randolph Hotel

£270 voucher for just £150 Situated in the heart of the city opposite the world famous Ashmolean Museum.

TLA Fitness

£45 voucher for just £22.50 Enjoy 5 x TLA Fitness Classes! Get fit and save money.

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Bear & Ragged Staff

£30 voucher for just £15 Unpretentious Wining & Dining with Accommodation in the Oxfordshire Countryside

The Beetle & Wedge

£100 voucher for just £50 Enjoy a wonderful breakfast at the fantastic Beetle and Wedge.

Macdonald Randolph Spa

£84 voucher for just £50 Fancy a half day spa retreat at the Macdonald Randolph Hotel?


£30 voucher for just £15 Try the newly re-opened Restaurant at Macdonald Randolph Hotel for Stunning Food

Excel Dry Cleaners

£15 voucher for just £7.50 Oxford’s specialist Dry Cleaners, experts in cleaning all delicate items.

Kirtlington Golf Club

£70 voucher for just £35 Perfect Golf in the heart of rural Oxfordshire.

La Cucina

£30 voucher for just £15 Book a table at La Cucina and embrace a real Italian experience.




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H.I.M  66 St. Clements, Oxford, OX4 1AH  01865 249740  H.I.M is all about quality hairdressing in a relaxed and friendly environment. The H.I.M team is young and friendly with many years experince in the trade. We focus on our clients as individuals and deliver a high quality service at a reasonable price. New customers are always welcome in the H.I.M salon.

ADVICE Hedges Law  16 Market Place, Wallingford, OX10 0AE  01865 594265  Hedges has been delivering legal solutions to our clients for over 200 years. Our highly skilled team of lawyers have the knowledge and expertise to resolve even the most complex legal issues that you bring to us. At Hedges, however, we recognise you aren’t just looking for history, an impressive CV and an ability to recite the law.

Greens Funeral Services  21 High Street, Eynsham, Oxford, OX29 4HE  01865 880837  Established in 1866, we are an independent family business with five generations of experience, offering a dignified 24 hour service with our personal attention to detail. Our private chapels of rest are available for visitings and prayer if required. Golden Charter pre-paid plans also available.

Wellers  8 King Edward Street, Oxford, OX1 4HL  01865 723131  Wellers is a firm of accountants who work with entrepreneurs, business owners and private individuals to deliver quality advice and solutions that help them fulfil their aspirations. Passionate about helping people and their organisations, Wellers can draw upon 70 years experience to support and advise clients on growing their businesses and protecting their wealth.




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Studio 8  8 Oxford Road, Kidlington, Oxford, OX5 1AA  01865 842525  Studio8 was started by Clark and Brooke Wiseman in 2003 and has grown to become one of Oxfordshire’s best known creative studios. We provide a collection of services for both businesses and families. We work throughout the UK on many shoots and also throughout the world. Please get in touch to speak to us about your next project.

The London Chamber Orchestra The London Chamber Orchestra will perform uplifting music to celebrate the life-changing work undertaken by Helen & Douglas House and Momiji House. Thursday 22nd February 2018

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CLOTHING Cotswold Tailor  21B Oxford Street, Woodstock, OX20 1TH  01993 358284  The Cotswold Tailor is an award winning tailor, that takes traditional British cloths and tailors them with a contemporary twist. This results in unique, elegant designs, that stand out from the usual mass produced clothing on the high street. We emphasise the use of British manufacturers. Please take this opportunity to view our products online or alternatively if you would like to visit us, we are located in the bustling market town of Woodstock on the high street as well as our new shop located on Church Street in Shipston On Stour.

Excel Dry Cleaners  274 Banbury Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX2 7DY  01865 310300  Dry cleaning and laundry services in Oxford. With over 17 years of dry cleaning and laundry experience all of our customers are assured of a first class and affordable service. For more information about our services, please do not hesitate to contact us.

REMOVALS Headington Carriers  The Straight Mile, Woodstock, Oxford, OX20 1PW  01993 811276/01865 300111  Headington Carriers Limited has been providing a first class commercial, house and office removal service throughout Oxfordshire and the UK for over 20 years. We pride ourselves on providing a personalised removal service for all our customers.


We deliver a premium service at standard rates

Competitive rates - Unmarked Mercedes S Class, E Class & Vianos, BMW 7 Series and 10-16 seat VW Sprinters - Professional, experienced, discreet drivers Fast, efficient bookings Call 08456 447099 or email for more details


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TRAVEL Chiltern Railways  08456 005 165  You can now travel with Chiltern Railways from the heart of Oxford. Trains leave twice an hour from Oxford station for London Marylebone, with journey times from just over an hour. You can also travel with us from Oxford Parkway, Chiltern’s new park and ride station in north Oxford, just by the A34 and A44. With Chiltern enjoy free Wi-Fi and spacious carriages with plenty of tables and power points. Lovely London Marylebone is on the Bakerloo line with a choice of four more tube lines within a fiveminute walk at Baker Street.

CARE HOMES Oxford Beaumont Care Community  Bayworth Lane, Boars Hill, Oxford, OX1 5DF  01865 730990  Oxford Beaumont provides a happy and relaxed lifestyle in the heart of Boars Hill, with its scenic surroundings. Oxford city is close-by for shops, cafes and The New Theatre. Nonetheless our extensive gardens are quiet and peaceful, giving the home a feeling of space and tranquility. We offer a homely environment and the support of first class 24-hour nursing care, helping to manage disabilities such as Parkinson’s disease and sensory impairment.

CHARITIES Bloodwise   020 7504 2200  We are Bloodwise (formerly Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research), your UK blood cancer charity. Every year we stop more people dying of blood cancer and our researchers are even working to stop people developing blood cancer in the first place. We improve the lives of blood cancer patients with cancers such as leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma because we believe everyone should be able to live their life to the full.

Thinking of Oscar   Thinking of Oscar was set up in memory of Oscar Cole, who died suddenly in June 2014 aged just 16 months. Thinking of Oscar supports children and their families whilst in hospital care by funding projects and innovation over and above that supplied by the NHS. To date Thinking of Oscar has raised in excess of £150,000 and has funded innovative vein finding devices into the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.


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The Lady Nuffield Home  165 Banbury Road, Boars Hill, Oxford, OX1 5DF  01865 730990  The Lady Nuffield Home is a small residential home for elderly men and women and aims to provide a high standard of care, based on the individual needs of the resident whilst enabling them to remain as independent as possible.

PROPERTY & BUILDING Savvy  253 London Road, Headington, Oxford, OX3 9EH  01865 920020 / 01865 920040  The driving force behind some of the most prestigious construction and renovation projects in the oxfordshire area and beyond.  Providing exceptional quality homes and properties  on time and on budget. We work with landlords, property owners, developers and key stake holders across commercial, industry, education, healthcare, sport and leisure and private homes.

Finders Keepers  226 Banbury Road, Summertown, OX2 7BY  01865 311011  Finders Keepers is a letting and property management agency covering Oxfordshire and the surrounding area. We deliver a comprehensive service from search and acquisition through furnishing and refurbishment to letting and property management. Since our foundation in 1972, we’ve built a reputation for professionalism, rigorous processes and responsiveness.

Breckon & Breckon  294 Banbury Road, Summertown, Oxford, OX2 7ED  01865 310300  An independent firm of Estate Agents est. in 1947 operating from a network of six offices in Oxfordshire offering properties for sale or for rent. We are property professionals with many years of experience in the local market.


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Contact us now for all your patio and driveway cleaning solutions. Our vast experience and passion for our job will leave you with a spotless patio or driveway. Our efficient, professional work ethic extends to our car valeting service in Oxford.


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Oxfordshire Digital  1 Market Place, Woodstock, Oxford, OX20 1SY  01993 815888  Oxfordshire Digital provides a wide range of technology services for homes and businesses. We pride ourselves on our helpful, honest and expert advice. We provide help with all types of computers - whether it is a Mac or PC, Desktop or Laptop - we offer lessons and assistance to improve your use of technology. We are able to repair a wide range of technology from broken mobile phone screens to batteries and device sockets.

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