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Residents face battle in war on 170 homes • Mind the Green Gap’s Andy Barmer with Ed Vaizey MP (picture by Beth Riley)

DIDCOT and East Hagbourne residents have claimed they are ready to fface ‘the uphill battle’ against pl plans for an estate of 170 houses b between the town and village Developer Grainger PLC Develo wants to b build on 1.5 acres of land east of N New Road, which joins Didcot and East Hagbourne, Didco by the Didcot Community Allotment site. n They submitted a p planning application to South Oxfordshire

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District Council (SODC) on September 30. But the plans have come under fi re from Didcot and Wantage MP Ed Vaizey, Didcot Town Council, and a campaign group called Mind the Green Gap set up in July this year. Dorset-based Nurton Developments have also registered theirinterest in developing neighbouring land at Shortland’s Farm. The protest group believes

Nurton intends to buy and demolish houses on New Road to create an access route onto the estate. The protest group’s chairman, Andy Barmer said: “We’re not anti-housing but we just want to see this decision made properly. He added: “I think we have the full backing of East Hagbourne and Didcot.â€? In a consultation by Grainger, 97 per cent of 295 Didcot and East Hagbourne residents said they are broadly against the plans. • Continues on page 3

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DESPITE opposition from campaigners and councillors the remaining four Oxfordshire community hospital kitchens have been closed. The move means 15 members of staff lost their jobs. Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust confi rmed yesterday they closed the kitchens at Wantage, Didcot, Wallingford and Witney hospitals in the last two months in order to save the trust around £300,000 a year. Instead frozen ready meals are being served to patients. In May the Guardian reported campaigners submitted a petition signed by 474 people to the trust against the plans to shut the kitchens. The trust subsequently never ran a public consultation on the plans to cut the kitchens and campaigner and Oxfordshire County Councillor Jenny Hannaby said she is concerned about what the trust’s ‘back-up plan’ is. Cllr Hannaby said: “I cannot

By Loughlan Campbell see what more we can do now that the kitchens have been closed but my main concern is, what do we do now in terms of having a back-up plan in place for this programme? “What will they do if they can’t get the service into the hospital? “Will they go down to the supermarket and buy the patients sandwiches and cake? “It’s a disaster waiting to happen.” Cllr Hannaby, who is also chairman of the Wantage Community Hospital League of Friends, said she has already heard that the cook-chill service had already been late in a delivery to the hospital in Garston Lane. She added: “This cannot happen, patients are dependent on this service.” In a survey carried out by the campaigners, they found that seven out of 10 people in the area opposed the kitchen’s closures.

A spokesperson for the Oxford NHS Foundation Trust, said: “A recent survey showed that our new food service was rated acceptable, good or excellent by 90 per cent of patients. “The move to cook-chill meals across all our sites gives our

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APPLEFORD residents have called for Didcot MP Ed Vaizey and Great Western Railway to reassure them that the future of their station is safe. Appleford Railway Station is used by a handful of commuters at peak times of the day. But residents have warned its potential for more people to use it is prevented by the lack of trains running throughout the day. Three trains stop at the station along the Appleford to Oxford line between 7am and 9am, while only one train stops between 5pm and 9pm. And only two trains run to Appleford from London between 5pm and 9.30pm. Residents are meeting with Mr Vaizey and rail service Great Western Railway (GWR) tomorrow to call for more trains to stop at the station to secure its future. Appleford resident Greg O’Brion, 60, of the Appleford Rail Group, said: “We want to encourage people to use the station and work with GWR and Mr

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By Loughlan Campbell Vaizey to constructively help us come up with a solution for the station. “With the redevelopment of the station car park at Didcot, it’s going to put more pressure on transport in the local area. “We want to address the balancing of the timetable and give Appleford residents greater freedom in using their own railway station.” Mr O’Brion, who commutes to London from Appleford, said more people tend to get the train from Didcot because of the extra services. But parking there costs around £30 a week on average. He added: “We do worry about the future of the station, and we’ve got to think in the long term. “We know GWR will provide a service but it’s just a question of truly updating this resource.” The Appleford Rail Group have previously held discussions with GWR about the possibility of installing cycle racks at

David Rickeard, of East Hagbourne Parish Council, said: “We will be very disappointed if this application is to be passed through by SODC. “We are under no illusions that it will be an uphill battle, we are not taking the plan lightly at all, we just hope SODC will stick to the local plan.” John Beresford, development director at Grainger, said: “The Didcot area has been earmarked by the council

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“Many people in our area have to be somewhere for a certain time at all times of the day and our station cannot provide that for them.” Oxfordshire county councillor for the Appleford ward, Richard Webber said: “We are trying to plan for the future of the service. “There are thousands of homes that are going to be built

for further significant growth in respect of job creation and housing and our application helps to meet this housing need. “Grainger has received a number of responses through the consultation process and it is important that everyone has a chance to express their views.” Charlie Robertson, leader of Didcot Town Council said: “I would hope that SODC will listen to the views of affected

residents. “If planned sensibly, Didcot will become the destination of choice for people; there shouldn’t be a need for development to be enforced on the surrounding towns and villages. “My thoughts are that if enough people are saying it’s a non-starter, SODC should take note.” The target decision date for the plan has been set as December 30.

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Plans submitted for homes on farmland • From front page Ed Vaizey met with the protest group in August at the site. He said: “I have been against this speculative planning application since constituents made me aware of it. “I am also concerned that if approved it could open up the area for further house building. “SODC has a local plan in place and this area is not allocated for development in it and any building must be resisted.”

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MILTON HEIGHTS: Residents have the chance to give their views on plans for 460 new homes to be built in Milton Heights at a public exhibition on Monday. Developer Taylor Wimpey is hosting the event at St Blaise Primary School in School Lane, Milton Heights. Plans for the scheme will be unveiled and residents will have the chance to discuss them with the Taylor Wimpey project team. The exhibition is running from 4pm and 8pm.

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Arrest after woman dies in crash on A4 A 19-year-old woman has died after a collision with a car on the A40 on Friday morning between Oxford and Cassington. A 23-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the incident and was released on bail until October 23. At around 12.35am a silver Ford Focus traveling along the A40 collided with a pedestrian. The pedestrian – a 19-yearold woman – died at the scene. Her next of kin has been informed. The A40 was closed between

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the Eynsham roundabout and the Wolvercote roundabout until around 8am. Detective inspector Steve Raffield, from Thames Valley Police said: “We are dealing with a fatal collision in which a young girl has tragically lost her life.” Investigators examined the scene while the road was closed. Police are calling for anyone with information about the incident to call 101- in particular anyone who saw the victim or the car prior to the collision.

AN alleged victim of historic sex abuse at a Jewish boarding school in Wallingford claims as a 12-year-old his teacher would ‘bang on his bedroom door’ unless he slept in the same bed as him. The man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was speaking from Auckland in New Zealand via a video link played at Oxford Crown Court on Friday. He is one of eight men who claim they were abused by Trevor Bolton between 1968 and 1988 while he was a teacher at Carmel School. Bolton, 78, of Kestrel Way in Clacton-on-Sea in Essex, is facing a total of 25 charges covering a catalogue of abuse. The alleged victim told a jury of 12 men and women that from the age of 12 Bolton would invite him to his flat where he would play video games, and there was an unlimited supply of chocolate.

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he and his father had a meeting with the school’s headmaster and told him about the abuse. He said the headmaster told him Bolton had been blacklisted and left the school. But defence prosecutor Barry Gilbert questioned his version of events. Mr Gilbert told the man: “You were a student for some years after you claim he left, and that he left the school in 1984. “Did you know that Mr Bolton actually left the school in 1988?” The man replied: “That’s impossible, you can ask hundreds of people at the school. He was not in the school, you can ask all the teachers, he was not there.” Mr Gilbert told the witness that according to his conversations with the former headmaster, there was never a meeting with the victim, the headmaster, and his father. Former school pupil Harvey Young, who was at the school between 1982 and 1989, was asked by Mr Gilbert, “When did Mr Bolton leave the school?” Mr Young said: “Mr Bolton left in 1988. The school never told us the reason why.” Carmel College in Mongewell Park, near Wallingford, closed down in 1997. The trial continues.

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Wheelchair donated for 12-year-old crash victim A 12-YEAR-OLD girl from Wantage left partly paralysed after a car crash has spoken her first words despite being told she might never talk again. Freya Deacon has made huge progress in the seven weeks since a car accident on holiday in Greece triggered two brain haemorrhages and a stroke. And after a community effort launched last week to rally round and raise £9,000 for a wheelchair for Freya, a Did-

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Flood prevention OXFORD: More than £2.2 million has been secured for a scheme to stop about 110 properties in Northway and Marston from flooding. The Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership has given £600,000 to the scheme and a further £1.5m is coming from Environment Agency grants. The project would build earth bunds and walls by Peasmoor Brook and Headington Hill tributary. It is due to be discussed at the council’s executive board meeting on November 12, and work could start in 2016.

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old Connor and seven-year-old Oliver, had been due to start at King Alfred’s Academy. She is being treated at Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital and Ms Coulthard is hoping she will be able to start at the school next year instead once she is well enough. Ms Coulthard, a carer, visits Freya every day in hospital. A campaign launched among Wantage and Grove residents last week to support the family raised more than £700. Now that Didcot charity Changing Lives has come forward to donate money for a wheelchair, any fundraising will go towards buying a car to fit a wheelchair in and changes that need to be made to Freya’s home such as fitting ramps for her to get around. Ms Coulthard added: “It really shows the community spirit of Wantage. “We moved back here three years ago and it was the best move we could have made.” Changing Lives is based in Didcot and opened a store in Church Street Wantage around eight weeks ago. The charity’s owner Val Prior said: “We heard about Freya through Facebook. You put

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By Loughlan Campbell nosed with epilepsy at 16 before being sectioned at the unit on March 21 in 2013. On June 3, it was decided by staff at the facility that the observation checks on Connor could drop from every ten minutes to hourly checks. Connor was an informal patient at the hospital, meaning he could leave the unit if he wanted to. When Dr Murphy explained the decision to cut down the checks, she said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was aware that Connor was informally there at the unit and we would have needed a good reason to keep him on 10-minute

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Carers conference OXFORD: More than 100 people gathered for Oxfordshire’s first regional Young Carers Conference last Tuesday. Health service and school staff, police and social care proffessionals were at The King’s Centre in Osney Mead. Hosted by Oxfordshire County Council and Spurgeons children’s charity, the conference ran workshops and presentations on issues affecting children who care for a family member.

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An October 2017 opening and new shops confirmed EXTRA designs of the inside of Oxford’s new £440million Westgate shopping centre have been released and two new shops confirmed as the developers revealed it will open in two years’ time. British high street clothes shop River Island and a Sticks’n’Sushi restaurant are the two newest companies signed to open stores in the centre in Oxpens Road in October 2017. They will join more than 100 other new shops and 25 restaurants - including a John Lewis department store, and Curzon Cinemas. Managing director of Danish-based Janapese restaurant Sticks’n’Sushi, Andreas Karlsson, said: “When we fi rst came to the UK, Oxford was on our top list of places to be so we’re really excited Westgate Oxford will be one of our fi rst restaurants outside London. “What makes Westgate Oxford a unique destination for us is its positioning of the roof top terrace will have breathtaking views of the famous Oxford city skyline making it the perfect setting.” The new shopping centre will be 800,000 square feet – the size of about ten football pitches.

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By Alex Ballinger The announcement of the new stores means the centre is 31 per cent pre-let with two years left before opening. Developers, the Westgate Oxford Alliance, had planned for the centre to open in Christmas 2017 but revealed in June work was ahead of schedule. Around 3,400 retail jobs could potentially be created. The original Westgate shopping centre and car park opened in 1976. As part of the revamp it

will be expanded into four different buildings with a mix of covered streets, arcades, lanes, squares and 11 entrances also included in plans. Development manager Sara Fuge said: “We are really excited to announce the two year countdown to the opening of Westgate Oxford – it’s great so many home-grown and international brands have already committed to being part of the new Centre. Westgate Oxford will be a world-class shopping and leisure destination for a world-class city

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By Alex Ballinger ahead of the court trial. While sentencing Oghene Judge Peter Ross said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Suffice it to say it destroyed this womanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life. â&#x20AC;&#x153;She lost her job, she lost her life. The immediate impact on her was obvious. She was utterly distraught. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You were taking advantage of someone who was incapable of resisting.â&#x20AC;? During a drinking session at a house in Oxford city centre overnight, the victim was put to bed by a friend after having drunk too much alcohol. Oghene went into the room and raped her. The victim feigned sleep out of fear and then pushed him away and ran out of the room, Judge Ross said. He was found guilty by a unanimous jury at the same court on August 14 after a fiveday trial. Judge Ross added: â&#x20AC;&#x153;You hold negative views of women in particular and of society in general.â&#x20AC;? The court heard Ogheneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dad was in

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PRIME Minister and Witney MP David Cameron’s plans for ‘starter homes’ have faced criticism from Oxford’s leaders who claim the plans will make the city’s housing crisis even worse. The Prime Minister made the announcement at his keynote speech in the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester last Wednesday. He spoke about trying to help ‘generation’ rent become ‘generation buy’. The scheme will mean 200,000 fi rst-time buyers, who must be aged under 40, will be able to buy new homes or flats at a 20 per cent discount. The leader of the Conservative Party said: “Today I can announce a dramatic shift in housing policy in our country, the old rules where we said to developers you can build on this site but only if you could build affordable homes for rent, we will now replace with new rules. “The new rules will say you can build here and those affordable homes can be available to buy, from generation rent to generation buy.” For buyers to apply, they cannot have owned their own home previously and will not be able

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to sell or rent the properties for their full market value for five years. Oxford City Council leader Bob Price, said: “This policy might be welcomed by the very few people who are both eligible and can afford it. “But in Oxford it will mean fewer homes for affordable rent. “When combined with the government’s policies on right to buy and forcing councils to sell council homes, reducing our ability to require homes for affordable rent means we won’t be able to build the homes desperately needed by key workers and the 3,500 people on our housing waiting list.”

Green City councillor Sam Hollick said: “The city council is speaking with one voice on this matter. Affordable housing is the biggest issue in Oxford and recent government policy changes will make this crisis even worse. “To provide new social housing, the council must also be prepared to revisit ideas that it has previously dismissed, such

as looking at where new jobs are located and prioritising homes over hotels.” Spokesman for Generation Rent campaign group, Dan Wilson Craw, said: “Starter homes will do nothing for renters who are really struggling. “Under the Prime Minister’s plans only 200,000 already relatively well-off households will get to buy a home.”

In Oxford it will mean fewer homes for affordable rent Only 22 Oxford households bought their own home in its fi rst 18 months in the government’s help to buy scheme. Developers have built 873 affordable homes in Oxford in the last decade, 616 of which were for social rent.

• Prime Minister and Witney MP David Cameron

irl walking to bus raped in broad da light A 15-YEAR-OLD girl was dragged from a road in Blackbird Leys and raped on a dirt track. She was walking along Barnes Road between 2pm and 4pm towards a bus stop near Blackbird Leys Bridge when a man grabbed her arm and pulled her down a muddy track next to the bridge. He raped her and walked away, leaving her on the muddy path on Sunday, September 20. An investigation was launched by Thames Valley Police after the offence was reported to them last Tuesday. A 17-year-old boy from Oxford was arrested on Friday on suspicion of rape. He has been bailed until November 22. Investigating officer, detective inspector Steve Raffield, said: “Specialist officers are supporting the victim who has reported this rape to us. What happened to this young girl is unimaginable and I am sure that members of the public will be shocked to hear about this incident, which happened in broad daylight.” The offender is described as white, in his late teens, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches tall, with short dark hair, blue eyes, freckles on his face and a short ginger beard. He was wearing a chain around his neck, black trainers and dark grey Nike jogging bottoms.

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7.00 Channel 4 News (S) 7.30 Unreported World The medics restoring sight to blind patients in Malawi. (S)

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8.00 Mastermind Specialist subjects include Everton FC. (S) 8.30 Gardeners’ World With guest Griff Rhys Jones. (S)

8.00 Cheap Food – What’s the Cost?: Tonight The cost of supermarket wars on the farming industry. (S) 8.30 Coronation Street Sarah is tempted to confess to Billy. (S)

8.00 TFI Friday New series. Chris Evans presents a brand new run of the lively entertainment show, with guests Take That, Steve Coogan, Slaves and Saoirse Ronan. (S)

8.00 Murder at the Vatican? Conspiracy Documentary revisiting four conspiracy theories concerning the Catholic Church; (S) 5 News Update (S)

9.00 Have I Got News for You With Sue Perkins, Roisin Conaty and Sadiq Khan MP. (S) 9.30 The Kennedys Brenda and Jenny attend a cultural exchange evening. (S)

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9.00 NCIS: New Orleans After a navy recruiter is targeted in a fatal hit-and-run incident, the NCIS team considers whether the murder was tied to her career or to her role as a foster mother. (S)

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10.00 QI New series. Fiendish questions on the theme “a medley of maladies”. (S) 10.30 Newsnight (S)

10.00 ITV News; Weather (S) 10.30 ITV Regional News; Weather (S) 10.40 FILM Quantum of Solace (2008) (12) James Bond sets out on a personal mission of vengeance. Spy thriller sequel, with Daniel Craig. (S)

10.00 Alan Carr: Chatty Man Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan discuss their sitcom Catastrophe and Catherine Tate talks about her new film SuperBob. Plus, Roisin Murphy performs Evil Eyes. (S)

10.00 NCIS DiNozzo confronts a man impersonating a Navy officer, which results in guns being drawn, and the only eyewitness to the case is the Special Agent’s father. (S)

11.20 Asian Provocateur (S) 11.50 FILM The Disappearance of Alice Creed (2009) (18) Thriller, starring Gemma Arterton, Eddie Marsan and Martin Compston. (S)

11.00 Artsnight (S) 11.30 Weather (S) 11.35 Later – with Jools Holland Extended edition of the music programme, including a chat with Burt Bacharach. (S)

11.05 Celebrity Benchmark Vic Reeves and Jimmy Carr battle it out for the contestant’s chair as Paddy McGuinness hosts. (S)

11.00 NCIS: Los Angeles A marine is found murdered minus a hand. (S) 11.50 Access Showbiz news and gossip.

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12.35 FILM The Tempest (2010) (PG) Shakespearean fantasy, starring Helen Mirren. (S) 2.20 Sign Zone: Question Time (S)(R) 3.20 Special Forces – Ultimate Hell Week (S)(R) 4.20 This Is BBC Two (S)

12.25 Jackpot247 3.00 Britain’s Best Bakery (S)(R) 3.50 ITV Nightscreen

12.05 First Dates (S)(R) 1.00 FILM The Runaways (2010) (15) (S) 2.50 Supernatural (S) 3.40 You Deserve This House (S)(R) 4.35 Deal or No Deal (S)(R) 5.25 Fifteen to One (S)(R)

12.00 SuperCasino 3.10 Now That’s Funny! (S)(R) 4.00 Autopsy: The Last Hours of Joan Rivers (S)(R) 4.45 House Doctor (S)(R) 5.10 House Doctor (S)(R) 5.35 House Doctor (S)(R)

ITV2 SKY: 118 FV: 6 6.00 You’ve Been Framed! 6.20 Psych 7.05 Emmerdale 8.05 You’ve Been Framed! 8.35 Dinner Date 9.35 Psych 10.25 The Real Housewives of Atlanta 12.10 Emmerdale 1.15 You’ve Been Framed! 1.40 Dinner Date 2.40 The Jeremy Kyle Show 6.00 Judge Rinder 7.00 You’ve Been Framed! 8.00 Two and a Half Men 9.00 FILM: White Chicks (2004) (15) Comedy, starring Shawn and Marlon Wayans. 11.20 Educating Joey Essex: Reem Halloween 12.25 Two and a Half Men 1.15 The Almost Impossible Gameshow 2.05 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 2.30 Teleshopping ITV3 SKY: 119 FV: 10 6.00 In Loving Memory 6.25 Heartbeat 7.25 Murder, She Wrote 8.25 Where the Heart Is 9.25 Judge Judy 10.50 Inspector Morse 1.05 Heartbeat 2.05 Wild at Heart 3.10 Where the Heart Is 4.15 Doctor in the House 4.50 Rising Damp 5.15 In Loving Memory 5.55 Heartbeat 6.55 Murder, She Wrote 7.55 Foyle’s War

10.00 Law & Order: UK 11.05 The Vice 12.40 Inspector Morse 2.35 Where the Heart Is 3.25 ITV3 Nightscreen 3.40 Emmerdale BBC3 SKY: 115 FV: 7 7.00 Top Gear 8.00 Don’t Tell the Bride 9.00 Far Right and Proud: Reggie Yates’ Extreme Russia 10.00 EastEnders 10.30 Russell Howard’s Good News Extra 11.15 Family Guy 12.45 Together 1.15 Russell Howard’s Good News Extra 2.00 Asian Provocateur 2.30 Football Fight Club 3.30 Together 4.00 Close BBC4 SKY: 116 FV: 9 7.00 World News Today; Weather 7.30 BBC Proms Chamber Music 8.00 Leonard Bernstein at the BBC 9.00 The Joy of the Single 10.00 Music for Misfits: The Story of Indie 11.00 Britpop at the BBC 12.00 Guitar Heroes at the BBC 1.00 The Joy of the Single 2.00 Music for Misfits: The Story of Indie 3.00 Britpop at the BBC 4.00 Close E4 SKY: 136 FV: 28 6.00 Hollyoaks 6.25 Charmed 7.10 Revenge 8.00

Rude(ish) Tube 9.00 Baby Daddy 10.00 Melissa & Joey 11.00 Charmed 1.00 How I Met Your Mother 2.00 The Big Bang Theory 3.00 Melissa & Joey 4.00 Baby Daddy 4.30 The Big Bang Theory 5.00 How I Met Your Mother 5.30 The Big Bang Theory: Top 5 Howard 6.00 The Big Bang Theory 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 Bad(ish) Robots 8.00 The Big Bang Theory 9.00 FILM: GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009) (12) Action adventure, starring Channing Tatum. 11.20 The Big Bang Theory 12.20 Chewing Gum 12.50 Tattoo Fixers 1.50 Tattoos After Dark 2.45 The 100 3.30 How I Met Your Mother 4.15 Revenge 5.00 Charmed MORE4 SKY: 138 FV: 14 8.55 Double Your House for Half the Money 10.00 Time Team 11.05 FILM: Carry On Abroad (1972) (PG) 12.55 Time Team 2.00 Come Dine with Me 4.40 George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces 5.45 A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun 6.50 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away 7.55 Grand Designs 9.00 The Returned 10.05 FILM: The Wolfman (2010) (15) 12.10 8 Out of 10 Cats

Does Countdown 1.10 Embarrassing Bodies 2.15 Grand Designs 3.20 Gadget Man 3.50 Close FILM4 SKY: 315 FV: 15 11.00 Winning (1969) (PG) 1.30 Sands of Iwo Jima (1949) (PG) 3.45 The Andromeda Strain (1971) (PG) 6.20 The Karate Kid (2010) (PG) 9.00 The Watch (2012) (15) 11.05 Apocalypto (2006) (18) Mel Gibson’s historical adventure, starring Rudy Youngblood. 1.45 Gone Too Far! (2013) (12) 3.40 Close DAVE SKY: 111 FV: 12 7.00 The World of Stupid Criminals 7.20 The Best of Top Gear 8.10 Ice Road Truckers 9.00 American Pickers 10.00 Top Gear 12.00 Storage Hunters 2.00 Ice Road Truckers 3.00 American Pickers 4.00 Top Gear 5.00 Storage Hunters 6.00 Ice Road Truckers 7.00 American Pickers 8.00 Top Gear 9.00 Dynamo: Magician Impossible 10.00 Mock the Week 12.00 Dave Gorman: Modern Life Is Goodish 1.00 Would I Lie to You? 3.00 Undercover 3.35 Lizard Lick Towing 4.00 Close

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Saturday October 17th BBC1 BBC2

DAYTIME

Match of the Day, 10.30pm

6.00 Breakfast (S) 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Live (S) 11.30 James Martin: Home Comforts (S)(R) 12.00 BBC News; Weather (S) 12.10 Football Focus (S) 12.50 Saturday Sportsday (S) 1.00 World Amateur Boxing Championships (S) 2.30 Bargain Hunt From Gloucestershire. (S)(R) 3.30 Escape to the Country (S)(R) 4.00 Final Score Round-up of football results. (S) 5.20 BBC News (S) 5.30 BBC Regional News; Weather (S) 5.40 Pointless Celebrities (S) 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present another ballroom battle. (S)

7 8 9 10

Gardeners’ World, 7pm

7.30 Rugby World Cup Coverage of the second quarter-final (kick-off 8.00pm), as the winners of Pool C face the runners-up from Pool D at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. Subsequent programmes are subject to change. (S)

9.00 QI XL With Matt Lucas, Lucy Porter and Ross Noble. (S) 9.45 Cradle to Grave Danny is mistaken for David Essex’s brother. (S)(R)

10.00 The National Lottery Live The winning numbers are revealed. 10.10 BBC News; Weather (S) 10.30 Match of the Day Gary Lineker presents highlights of the latest Premier League matches; (S) National Lottery Update (S)

10.15 Cradle to Grave The day of Sharon’s wedding dawns. Last in the series. (S)(R) 10.45 FILM Drive (2011) (18) Crime drama, starring Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan. (S)

DIGITAL

ITV2 SKY: 118 FV: 6 6.00 Emmerdale 8.45 Coronation Street 10.10 The X Factor 12.15 Tricked 1.15 Funniest Ever You’ve Been Framed! 2.20 FILM: What a Girl Wants (2003) (PG) 4.30 FILM: Hotel Transylvania (2012) (U) 6.15 FILM: Hulk (2003) (12) Comic-strip adventure, starring Eric Bana. 9.00 FILM: Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001) (15) Romantic comedy, with Renee Zellweger. 11.00 Celebrity Juice 11.50 The Almost Impossible Gameshow 12.50 Release the Hounds 1.40 Tricked 2.30 Kylie Minogue: The Hot Desk 2.40 Teleshopping 5.40 ITV2 Nightscreen ITV3 SKY: 119 FV: 10 6.00 Judge Judy 6.20 Where the Heart Is 8.20 FILM: The Prince and the Showgirl (1957) (PG) 10.40 Hidden Treasure 12.45 Inspector Morse 3.00 Midsomer Murders 5.00 Lewis 7.00 Doc Martin. Al discovers a disturbing family secret. 8.00 Midsomer Murders 10.00 Lewis 12.00 Hidden Treasure 2.00 ITV3 Nightscreen 2.30 Teleshopping

Football League Tonight, 9pm

6.15 How I Met Your Mother Marshall and Lily elope. (S)(R) 6.40 Everybody Loves Raymond (S)(R) 7.30 Hever Castle Triathlon Action from the event held in Kent. (S) 8.00 The Morning Line With Nick Luck, Frankie Dettori and Silvestre de Sousa. (S) 9.00 Frasier (S)(R) 10.00 The Big Bang Theory (S) 11.25 The Simpsons (S)(R) 12.30 Channel 4 Racing Live coverage of British Champions Day at Ascot. (S) 4.00 Channel 4 News (S) 4.15 Come Dine with Me (S)(R) 6.45 FILM Beautiful Creatures (2013) (12) Premiere. Fantasy, starring Alden Ehrenreich. (S)

6.00 Milkshake! 10.00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles New series. The team face the possibility that Leo will not make a full recovery. (S) 10.35 Access Showbiz news and gossip. 10.45 Cowboy Builders (S)(R) 1.45 FILM Columbo Likes the Nightlife (2003) (12) Detective drama, starring Peter Falk. (S) 3.30 FILM Columbo: A Bird in the Hand (1992) (PG) Crime drama, starring Peter Falk and Tyne Daly. (S) 5.20 The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door A retired couple’s dispute over the building of an 8ft boundary wall. (S)(R) 6.15 Funniest Fails, Falls & Flops (S) 7.00 Now That’s Funny! A collection of internet-sourced videos with a family friendly hook, featuring some dating do’s and don’ts and a selection of kitchen nightmares. (S) 8.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away A dispute between a landlord and a tenant who refuses to leave. (S)(R) 8.55 5 News Weekend (S)

9.00 It Was Alright in the 1990s Matt Lucas narrates another look back at TV shows from past decades, with this edition focusing on the time of Cool Britannia and programmes such as The Word. (S)

9.00 Football League Tonight Kelly Cates and George Riley present highlights of the weekend’s top matches from the Championship, League One and League Two, including Birmingham City v Queens Park Rangers. (S)

10.15 The Jonathan Ross Show New series. The host welcomes another batch of celebrity guests, starting with Vin Diesel, Jessica Ennis-Hill, Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse, while Tom Jones provides the music. (S)

10.00 Gogglebox Capturing the households’ instant reactions to what they are watching on TV from the comfort of their own sofas. Narrated by Caroline Aherne. (S)(R)

10.30 20 Moments That Rocked the 00s Lauren Laverne presents a countdown of some of the most memorable moments from the decade, featuring a look at world-changing news stories and entertainment headlines. (S)

11.20 ITV News; Weather (S) 11.35 Rugby World Cup Highlights Mark Durden-Smith presents action from the first and second quarter-finals. (S)

11.00 TFI Friday Chris Evans presents a brand new run of the lively entertainment show, with guests Take That, Steve Coogan, Slaves and Saoirse Ronan. (S)(R)

11.55 The Best of Bad TV The series charting TV gaffes continues with a look at 2000s, a decade which brought the rise of the reality star and dubious game show formats. (S)(R)

12.20 FILM La Vie en Rose (2007) (12) Biopic of Edith Piaf, starring Marion Cotillard. 2.30 This Is BBC Two (S)

12.35 Jackpot247 3.00 Show Me the Telly (S)(R) 3.50 ITV Nightscreen

12.05 FILM Scary Movie 2 (2001) (18) (S) 1.40 Alan Carr: Chatty Man (S)(R) 2.35 Hollyoaks (S)(R) 4.45 Location, Location, Location (S)(R) 5.40 Kirstie’s Vintage Gems (S) (R) 5.45 Hugh’s 3 Good Things: Best Bites (S) (R) 5.55 1001 Things You Should Know (S)(R)

1.10 The Gadget Show (S)(R) 2.00 SuperCasino 4.00 Witch Hunt: A Century of Murder (S)(R) 4.50 Make It Big (S)(R) 5.15 Make It Big (S)(R) 5.45 Angels of Jarm (S)(R) 5.50 Angels of Jarm (S)(R)

BBC3 SKY: 115 FV: 7

Golden Compass (2007) (PG) 6.45 Rude(ish) Tube Shorts 7.00 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 The Big Bang Theory: Top 5 Leonard 10.00 The Inbetweeners 11.05 The IT Crowd 12.10 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 12.40 How I Met Your Mother 1.40 The Inbetweeners 2.40 The IT Crowd 3.30 Rules of Engagement 3.55 Suburgatory 4.15 Come Dine with Me: Made in Chelsea Special 5.05 Made in Chelsea Does Come Dine with Me MORE4 SKY: 138 FV: 14 8.55 River Cottage Bites 9.25 Time Team 10.20 FILM: King Kong (1976) (PG) 1.00 Four in a Bed 3.45 Homes by the Sea 4.50 Location, Location, Location 8.00 Queen Victoria and the Crippled Kaiser 9.00 Edward VIII’s Murderous Mistress 10.00 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 11.10 My Daughter the Teenage Nudist 12.15 More Sex Please, We’re British 1.20 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 2.20 The Returned 3.30 Hugh’s 3 Good Things: Best Bites 3.40 Close FILM4 SKY: 315 FV: 15 11.00 The Virgin Queen (1955) (U) 1.00 17 Again

(2009) (12) 3.05 The Family Stone (2005) (PG) 5.10 Home Alone (1990) (PG) 7.15 Zoolander (2001) (12) Comedy, starring Ben Stiller. 9.00 Contraband (2012) (15) Crime thriller, starring Mark Wahlberg. 11.10 Mama (2013) (15) Horror, starring Jessica Chastain. 1.10 The Principles of Lust (2003) (18) 3.35 Close DAVE SKY: 111 FV: 12 7.10 Extreme Fishing with Robson Green 8.00 American Pickers 10.00 Storage Hunters UK 12.00 Lizard Lick Towing 1.30 Storage Hunters 3.30 Storage Hunters UK 4.00 Storage Hunters 5.00 Top Gear 6.00 Dynamo: Magician Impossible 7.00 Motorway Cops 8.00 Would I Lie to You? 10.00 Dave Gorman: Modern Life Is Goodish 11.00 Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled 12.00 Have I Got a Bit More Old News for You 1.00 Red Dwarf 2.50 Live at the Electric 3.20 Undercover 4.00 Close SKY1 SKY: 106 6.00 Are You Smarter Than a 10 Year Old? 7.00 Glee 8.00 Game Changers 8.30 Football Freestyler 9.00 The

Fantasy Football Club 10.00 Soccer AM 12.00 The F1 Show 1.00 Futurama 3.00 Futurama: Welcome to the World of Tomorrow 3.10 FILM: The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984) (U) 5.00 The Flash 6.00 Modern Family 7.00 The Simpsons 8.00 Landscape Artist of the Year 9.00 Karl Pilkington: The Moaning of Life. Karl Pilkington considers the point of art. 10.00 You, Me and the Apocalypse. Fr Jude and Sr Celine try to help a girl escape an angry mob. 11.00 Duck Quacks Don’t Echo 12.00 Britcam: Emergency on Our Streets 1.00 Road Wars 2.00 Legends 4.00 Stargate Atlantis SKY ATLANTIC SKY: 108 6.00 The Guest Wing 7.00 Seinfeld 10.00 Star Trek: Enterprise 1.00 Networks of Power with Sir Christopher Meyer 2.00 David Attenborough’s Kingdom of Plants 3.00 Blue Bloods 7.00 Without a Trace 9.00 FILM: The Normal Heart (2014) (15) Fact-based drama, with Mark Ruffalo and Julia Roberts. 11.35 Entourage 1.55 Without a Trace 2.45 Curb Your Enthusiasm 3.20 Seinfeld

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Channel 5

Beautiful Creatures, 6.45pm

7.00 Gardeners’ World With guest Griff Rhys Jones. (S)(R) 7.30 Great Continental Railway Journeys Michael Portillo travels from Sofia to Istanbul along part of the route taken by the Orient Express. (S)(R)

9.10 Casualty Love conquers all for a young couple, while Charlie is on hand to help a father and daughter deal with their grief. Hospital drama, starring William Beck and Lee Mead. (S)

Weather for the Week Ahead (S) 1.05 BBC News (S)

Channel 4

The Jonathan Ross Show, 10.15pm

6.00 CITV 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA (S)(R) 10.20 Countrywise (S)(R) 10.45 ITV News; Weather (S) 10.55 The Jeremy Kyle Show Guests air their differences. (S)(R) 11.55 Downton Abbey An old friend returns in unexpected circumstances. (S)(R) 1.00 The X Factor The Six Chair Challenge continues. (S)(R) 3.00 Rugby World Cup Coverage of the opening quarterfinal (kick-off 4.00pm). (S) 6.15 ITV Regional News; Weather (S) 6.25 ITV News (S) 6.30 James Bond’s Spectre – With Jonathan Ross Exclusive interviews with the cast and crew of the new 007 film. (S)

8.30 Dad’s Army Frazer is asked to look after the platoon’s Lewis gun, but finds himself in hot water when he misplaces the spring – and fears it is has been left inside a coffin. (S)(R)

AFTER 12.00 The Apprentice (S)(R) 1.00

ITV

6.20 FILM War and Peace (1956) (U) Historical drama, starring Audrey Hepburn. (S) 9.40 FILM The Lavender Hill Mob (1951) (U) Ealing comedy, starring Alec Guinness. (S) 11.00 Animal SOS (S)(R) 12.00 James Martin: Home Comforts (S)(R) 12.30 The Great British Bake Off – Masterclass (S)(R) 1.30 Terry and Mason’s Great Food Trip (S)(R) 2.00 Harvest 2015 (S)(R) 5.00 Earth’s Wildest Waters: The Big Fish International angling challenge, with Ben Fogle. (S)(R) 6.00 Flog It! Charlie Ross and Tracy Martin examine items at Oxford’s Sheldonian Theatre. (S)(R)

8.20 Doctor Who Part one of two. The Time Lord and Clara are captured by Vikings and must help protect their village from space warriors from the future. Guest starring Maisie Williams. (S)

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7.00 Top Gear 8.00 Don’t Tell the Bride 9.00 Russell Howard’s Good News 10.00 FILM: Scream (1996) (18) Horror, starring Neve Campbell. 11.45 Family Guy 2.00 Together 2.30 Asian Provocateur 3.00 Russell Howard’s Good News 4.00 Close BBC4 SKY: 116 FV: 9 7.00 The Magic of Mushrooms 8.00 Lost Kingdoms of Central America 9.00 Arne Dahl: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Part 1 9.55 Arne Dahl: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Part 2 10.55 The Joy of the Single 11.55 Music for Misfits: The Story of Indie 12.55 Britpop at the BBC 1.55 Guitar Heroes at the BBC 2.55 Lost Kingdoms of Central America 3.55 Close E4 SKY: 136 FV: 28 6.00 Melissa & Joey 6.50 Baby Daddy 7.40 Suburgatory 8.35 Melissa & Joey 9.30 Baby Daddy 10.30 How I Met Your Mother 11.30 The Goldbergs 12.30 FILM: Penelope (2006) (U) 2.20 Rude(ish) Tube Shorts 2.30 The Big Bang Theory 4.30 FILM: The

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Sunday October 18th BBC1 BBC2 From Darkness, 9pm

Earth’s Wildest Waters: The Big Fish, 8pm

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DIGITAL

The X Factor, 7pm

Channel 4

Channel 5 Centurion, 9pm

Homeland, 9pm

6.00 Milkshake! 8.35 Football League Tonight (S)(R) 10.00 The Great Birmingham Run Coverage of the half-marathon. (S) 12.05 FILM Mannequin (1987) (PG) Fantasy comedy, starring Andrew McCarthy. (S) 1.50 FILM Did You Hear about the Morgans? (2009) (PG) Romantic comedy, starring Hugh Grant and Sarah Jessica Parker. (S) 3.55 FILM Seabiscuit (2003) (PG) Fact-based horse racing drama, with Tobey Maguire. (S) 6.35 5 News Weekend (S) 6.40 FILM The Fifth Element (1997) (PG) Sci-fi adventure, starring Bruce Willis. (S)

6.00 Homes Under the Hammer (S)(R) 6.45 The Big Allotment Challenge (S) (R) 7.45 Countryfile (S)(R) 8.45 Gardeners’ World (S)(R) 9.15 The Beechgrove Garden (S) 9.45 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites (S) 11.15 The Great British Bake Off – Masterclass (S)(R) 12.15 MOTD2 Extra (S) 1.00 Terry and Mason’s Great Food Trip (S)(R) 1.30 John Huston: Talking Pictures (S) 2.10 FILM The Man Who Would Be King (1975) (PG) (S) 4.15 The Railway: Keeping Britain on Track (S)(R) 5.15 Flog It! (S)(R) 6.00 Don’t Panic – The Truth About Population (S)(R)

6.00 CITV 9.25 Murder, She Wrote Jessica investigates a famous artist’s death. (S)(R) 10.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA The host takes his successful talk show stateside. (S)(R) 11.20 ITV News; Weather (S) 11.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show Guests air their differences. (S)(R) 12.25 Rugby World Cup Coverage of the third quarter-final (kick-off 1.00pm). (S) 3.15 Rugby World Cup Coverage of the fourth quarter-final (kick-off 4.00pm). (S) 6.15 ITV Regional News; Weather (S) 6.20 ITV News (S) 6.30 You’ve Been Framed! Featuring a dog that films a video. (S)(R)

6.20 How I Met Your Mother (S)(R) 7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond (S) (R) 8.30 Frasier (S)(R) 9.30 Sunday Brunch With music from 5 Seconds of Summer. (S) 12.30 The Big Bang Theory (S)(R) 1.25 FILM Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World (2011) (PG) Family adventure, starring Jessica Alba, Jeremy Piven and Mason Cook. (S) 3.05 FILM A Knight’s Tale (2001) (PG) Medieval comedy adventure, starring Heath Ledger. (S) 5.40 A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun Newlyweds look for a property on the island of Tobago in the Caribbean. (S) 6.40 Channel 4 News (S)

7.15 Strictly Come Dancing: The Results Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman introduce the results of last night’s public vote, as two couples face a dance-off to remain in the competition. Plus, music from Will Young. (S)

7.00 Trawlermen Special: The Prawn Wars Dougie Vipond follows the creelers, trawlers and scallop dredgers who have to battle to make a living on Scotland’s West Coast. Postponed from 7th October. (S)

7.00 The X Factor The six chair challenge comes to a climax, as each judge must decide on the final six acts to go through to the live shows. Presented by Caroline Flack and Olly Murs. (S)

7.00 Homes by the Sea Architectural designer Charlie Luxton examines seaside properties on the Channel Islands, including Victor Hugo’s old windmill home on Guernsey, and a converted church on Jersey. (S)

8.00 Antiques Roadshow Fiona Bruce presents from Plymouth’s Royal William Yard, where finds include a flask of naval rum, a book of garden designs and a ceremonial wooden spoon from Cambridge University. (S)

8.00 Earth’s Wildest Waters: The Big Fish Ben Fogle takes the remaining contestants to Cuba, where they must fish in the Bay of Pigs using local tyre tube boats and go in search of giant tarpon on the Atlantic coast. (S)

9.00 From Darkness Claire goes into hiding in the Western Isles after her life is threatened, and feels she is being watched. John comes under pressure to crack the case before his misconduct review. (S)

9.00 Britain’s Ultimate Pilots: Inside the RAF The flyers attend the UK’s largest air show, where the Red Arrows struggle to cope with the weather and a group of pilots reenact a Second World War 18-plane launch. (S)

9.00 Downton Abbey Neville Chamberlain visits Downton and is drawn into Violet’s plan to save the hospital. Mary thinks secrets are being kept from her, and Andy finds an unexpected confidante. (S)

9.00 Homeland Carrie and During visit a refugee camp, while Saul and Allison are at odds with each other. Thriller following a team of CIA agents battling terrorists, starring Claire Danes. (S)

10.00 BBC News (S) 10.20 BBC Regional News; Weather (S) 10.30 Match of the Day 2 Action from Newcastle United v Norwich City. (S)

10.00 Family Guy Peter makes a group of female friends. (S) 10.20 Family Guy Peter and Lois send Chris to space camp to boost his self-esteem. (S) 10.45 Family Guy Brian writes a play that becomes a hit. (S)

10.00 ITV News; Weather (S) 10.15 Rugby World Cup Highlights Mark Durden-Smith presents action from the third and fourth quarter-finals, which took place at Millennium Stadium and Twickenham respectively. (S)

10.00 Experimental Tim builds a vacuum-powered climbing kit and challenges Buddy to scale a theatre. The duo also examine G-Forces by attaching a moped to a children’s roundabout. Last in the series. (S)

11.15 The Apprentice The contestants are summoned to the Barbican Conservatory, where Alan Sugar tells them their next task is to create a new brand of shampoo. (S)(R)

11.05 Top Coppers A lethal serum leaves Mahogany with only 24 hours to live. (S) 11.35 FILM 8 Minutes Idle (2012) (15) Comedy, starring Tom Hughes and Antonia Thomas. (S)

11.15 Premiership Rugby Union Mark Durden-Smith presents action from the opening round of fixtures, which included Newcastle Falcons v Gloucester and Saracens v Sale Sharks. (S)

11.05 FILM Haywire (2011) (15) A mercenary working for the US government is betrayed by one of her employers. Action thriller, with Gina Carano and Ewan McGregor. (S)

11.00 FILM Conan the Barbarian (2011) (15) A warrior seeks revenge on the warlord who killed his father. Fantasy adventure, with Jason Momoa and Stephen Lang. (S)

12.55 FILM Corridors of Blood (1958) (18) Gothic horror, starring Boris Karloff and Christopher Lee. (S) 2.20 Sign Zone: Countryfile (S)(R) 3.20 Holby City (S)(R) 4.20 This Is BBC Two (S)

12.15 Perspectives: Rick Wakeman on Vivaldi’s Four Seasons (S)(R) 1.20 Jackpot247 3.00 Motorsport UK (S) 3.50 ITV Nightscreen 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show (S)(R)

12.45 FILM Metro Manila (2013) (15) 2.45 Come Dine with Me (S)(R) 3.10 Come Dine with Me (S)(R) 3.40 Come Dine with Me (S)(R) 4.10 Come Dine with Me (S)(R) 4.35 Food Unwrapped (S)(R) 5.00 Location, Location, Location (S)(R)

12.55 SuperCasino 3.10 Britain’s Flashiest Families (S)(R) 4.00 House Doctor (S)(R) 4.25 Make It Big (S)(R) 4.50 Make It Big (S)(R) 5.15 Make It Big (S)(R) 5.45 Angels of Jarm (S)(R) 5.50 Angels of Jarm (S)(R)

Agatha Christie’s Marple 3.05 ITV3 Nightscreen 3.40 Emmerdale BBC3 SKY: 115 FV: 7 7.00 Top Gear 8.00 Don’t Tell the Bride 9.00 Russell Howard’s Good News 10.00 FILM: I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) (18) Horror, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt. 11.35 Family Guy 1.00 Asian Provocateur 1.30 Together 2.00 Football Fight Club 3.00 Russell Howard’s Good News 4.00 Close BBC4 SKY: 116 FV: 9 7.00 The Bridges That Built London with Dan Cruickshank 8.00 The Many Faces of Les Dawson 9.00 Rich Hall’s Inventing the Indians 10.30 FILM: The Hunters (1996) (18) Crime drama, starring Rolf Lassgard. In Swedish. 12.20 Ultimate Swarms 1.20 Ford’s Dagenham Dream 2.20 Immortal? A Horizon Guide to Ageing 3.20 Close E4 SKY: 136 FV: 28 6.00 Suburgatory 8.00 The Goldbergs 9.00 How I Met Your Mother 10.00 Hollyoaks 12.30 FILM: A Turtle’s

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Paul Potts; the moment that made TV talent show history By James Richings IT has been more than eight years since Carphone Warehouse salesman Paul Potts wowed millions of TV viewers with one of the UKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best rags to riches moments. When he opened his mouth to sing Nessun Dorma during a Britainâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Got Talent TV show audition a very sceptical audience was well and truly won over. Whether to reminisce about one of the TV talent showâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s greatest moments or to witness the man from Port Talbotâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s transformation, Paul Potts will be at the New Theatre, Oxford on Wednesday, October 28. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I really stumbled onto the Britainâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Got Talent application form by accident as I pressed the wrong button on a pop up window. And I then fl ipped a coin to enter,â&#x20AC;? Paul told the Guardian. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I decided as I had no actual chance of being chosen in my view, it didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t make a difference. So I decided to fl ip a coin: heads Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d submit the application, tails I would cancel and never think of it again.

studio albums; of which his debut â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;One Chanceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; reached number one in nine countries, performed sell-out tours all over the world and even had a fi lm created about him. And the taste of success was particularly sweet for the 45-year-old, who was badly bullied growing up. Paul got the last laugh. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bullies only win if you allow them to and by keeping on going, you are the one that wins,â&#x20AC;? Paul said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The bully loses every time you keep looking forward rather than back, and you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have to become world famous to do this. You can do this in everyday life.â&#x20AC;? His show at the George Street theatre starts at 7.30pm, and tickets cost ÂŁ19.90 to ÂŁ32.90. He added: â&#x20AC;&#x153;I have performed at New Theatre twice before in 2008 and in 2009. 9, 2007, Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s shy but likeable persona â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a lovely theatre to perform in went on to catch the heartstrings of and I am really looking forward to people worldwide. returning. The YouTube videoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s views, have â&#x20AC;&#x153;On the night, everybody can expect topped 140 million and counting. a real mix of music from all four of my Paul has gone onto record four albums, plus one or two new items.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;˘ Paul Potts

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thankfully it landed on heads and I never believed I had a chance of being chosen let alone winning it.â&#x20AC;? After his rendition of the love song from Pucciniâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s opera Turandot was televised to five million people on June

Covers mash-up A NIGHT of Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple hits will be played at the Marlborough Club in Didcot this Saturday, October 17. The ďŹ ve-piece covers band The Purple Zeppelins will play a number of different tracks from Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin, who dominated the music charts during the 1970s. The Wokingham-based band are on stage at 9pm at the Broadway venue.

Courtin a Storm A ďŹ ve-piece covers band will be performing at The Cross Keys pub in Witney this Saturday, October 17. Bicester-based Courtin a Storm will perform songs of the 60s, 70s and 80s at the Market Square pub. The free gig starts at 9pm.

Sunday film night THIS yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s comedy-drama â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Ricki and the Flashâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, will be screened at the Chipping Norton Theatre this Sunday, October 18. Starring Meryl Streep as Ricki Rendazzo, it follows a hard-rocking singer-guitarist who gives up everything to follow her music dream. The ďŹ lm starts at 7.30pm and costs ÂŁ8.

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NEW-WAVE group Squeeze will be at the New Theatre Oxford on Tuesday, October 20. The group, of Glenn Tilbrook, Chris Difford, Simon Hanson, Stephen Large and Lucy Shaw, will perform tracks off their new album, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Cradle to the Graveâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. The gig starts at 7pm and tickets cost from ÂŁ37.40 to ÂŁ52.40.

Alan Ayckbourn ONE of Alan Ayckbournâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most popular plays will be at The Mill Arts Centre in Banbury from Wednesday, October 21 until Saturday, October 24. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Absurd Person Singularâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; was ďŹ rst performed in 1972 and focuses on the hilarious ups and downs of three incompatible couples over three Christmases. All four performances will take place at 7.45pm. Tickets cost ÂŁ12.

Jack Savoretti ACOUSTIC singer and guitarist Jack Savoretti will be at the O2 Academy in Oxford this Wednesday, October 21. The 32-year old will perform tracks off his new album, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Written in Scarsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Doors open at 7pm and tickets cost ÂŁ18.56.

A WALLINGFORD production of Anton Chekhovâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Cherry Orchardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; will be grappling with dual themes of calamity and comedy at the Corn Exchange. Curtains rose for the opening show last night, launching a run of performances by The Sinodun Players until Saturday. The classic drama set amid the turmoil of 20th Century Russia follows a cash-strapped aristocratic family in a dire fi nancial mess. Chekhov had described it as a comedy but its fi rst director unveiled it in 1904 as a tragedy. The Wallingford productionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s director Erica Harley said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;I love to show doubters that Chekhov has a sense of humour and is replicating real people with real lives and real situations. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I want to destroy the myth that Chekhov plays are slow, dull and dreary. I believe they are full of life, full of fun and can move one to tears. But are essentially full of hope.â&#x20AC;?

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The play focuses on a woman coming to terms with her sonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s death who arrives home to fi nd the cherry orchard she left behind has bloomed into something beautiful - only to discover the estate might have to be sold. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Cherry Orchardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; was the last play Chekov wrote before he died of tuberculosis in 1904, six months after it was fi rst performed. Erica, who has directed eight productions in the last seven years with the Sinodun Players, added: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Everyone can expect to see a strong cast displaying their understanding of these wonderful characters. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It will be full of light, darkness, comedy and tragedy with genuine characters with real emotional journeys to travel.â&#x20AC;? The three remaining productions tonight, tomorrow and on Saturday start at 7.45pm. Tickets cost ÂŁ10.

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Fusion blend of Brooklyn with Canadian folk AFTER a summer of radio airplay, festivals and touring Europe, Canadian country musician Miriam Jones is back at The Wheatsheaf. The gig on Tuesday, October 27, will be a more stripped back intimate set than her album launch in February. Miriam and bass player Simon Edwards will be joined by Brooklyn songwriter, Clarence Bucaro. “He’s agreed with gusto to do a duet with me on the night as well, which is thrilling, and I have a couple of new songs to share,” Miriam told the Guardian. “February’s album launch was enjoyed by a full house and as I recall a frisky one at that, but I also consider it my home-crowd, so yes, I’m very happy to be returning.” Since her last visit Miriam has enjoyed a bursting 2015 which has included her moving from Oxford to London.

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The country singer, who also performs folk and blues, is writing new material for her next album and preparing to record an EP including some never before released old tracks. “There’s a conundrum in becoming a full-time musician because you have to approach it like a full-time job to give what’s necessary to even become excellent at what you do, let alone get anyone to take notice,” she said. “As for a big break, I thought I had it on Canadian national radio back in 2007 and at other moments since, but I’ve given up approaching my career like that. “Best you can ask for is to have a fi re for it and be able to fi nd ways to keep at it, feast or famine. “I suppose, it’s probably nigh on impossible.” Doors at the High Street gig open at 8pm and tickets cost £6.

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AUTUMN LEAVES â&#x20AC;&#x201C; MACRO/ MICRO From an abstract enlarged leaf detail to a whole leaf and then a mass of foliage, this workshop will be a chance to experiment with materials using a mix of traditional and experimental drawing techniques. Our experimental drawing classes are always good fun and present new ways of looking at traditional subject matter. Sun, Oct 18, 7.30pm The Theatre, Chipping Norton

RICKI AND THE FLASH Meryl Streep goes electric and takes on a whole new gig - a hard-rocking singer/guitarist in this film loaded with music and live performance alongside her real-life daughter Mamie Gummer. Streep stars as Ricki, a guitar heroine who gave up everything for her dream of rock-and-roll stardom, but is now returning home to make things right with her family. With the great Jonathan Demme at the helm and a script from Junoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Diablo Cody, this promises to be Meryl at her tear-jerking, side-splitting best. Sun, Oct 18, 7.30pm Cornerstone Arts Centre, Didcot

PATRICK KIELTY Patrick Kielty returns to his stand up roots with a brand new show. But he canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t do it on his own - he needs your help.Join the former psychology graduate and star of Live At The Apollo, Daveâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s One Night Stand and host of The BBC New Comedy Awards as he attempts to write a modern rulebook for love, life and happiness.Bring him your lovers, your advice and a crayon. He promises to do the rest

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JUST half a mile from the centre of Oxford, situated in beautiful parkland, Oxford Spires Hotel is an idyllic setting for memorable Christmas celebrations. The elegant style of the hotel makes it the perfect venue for a fun-filled Christmas party or festive lunch. We can accommodate large and small groups along with free car parking on site. Our dinner disco party nights are from ÂŁ20.00, so that you can celebrate with friends or work colleagues. We will also make sure your party goes with a seasonal swing. However, if dancing is not your thing then donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t worry. We also have festive lunches and dinners, only for those that would prefer a quieter celebration this holiday season. Tuck into a

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Squeeze, the enduring British pop act whose songs have tenderly and wittily chronicled life and love stretching across four decades, are to play an extensive UK tour in the autumn – their first, as a band, for three years. As well as a vast catalogue including hits such as Cools For Cats, Up The Junction and Tempted, it

LISTINGS will include songs from forthcoming album From The Cradle To The Grave, which marks their first collection of new tracks since 1998. Squeeze have long been a captivating live act with an array of chart hits - which also includes the likes of Take Me I’m Yours, Slap And Tickle and Pulling Mussels (From The Shell) - but for this tour there is a further treat with new tracks which will appear on From The Cradle To The Grave. Wed, Oct 21 – Sat, Oct 24 The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury

ALAN AYCKBOURN’S ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR Charting the hilarious ups and downs of three wildly incompatible couples over three Christmases, Ayckbourn’s play is a delicious comedy/drama of social manners based on the observation that you can discern much about a person by the state of their kitchen. Few plays expose the pressures of the festive season to such effect. It’s as if all your worst Christmases have arrived at once! Wed, Oct 21, 7pm O2 Acamedy, Oxford

JACK SAVORETTI Jack Savoretti has firmly established himself as one of the country’s finest singer/ songwriters with his acclaimed album ‘Written In Scars’. After selling out his last tour, including his biggest show to date at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, Jack confirms more live dates for the autumn.

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DEATH, DUCK AND THE TULIP Duck, Death and the Tulip is an award-winning performance for small children and their grown-up friends. Using puppets, mime and magic, it tells the story of a heartwarming and whimsical friendship between a playful duck and a character called Death. Together Duck and Death drink tea, go swimming, climb a tree, and keep each other warm. Duck asks lots of questions. Duck learns that Death, as a constant companion, is part of life. Tue, Oct 27, 12.30pm The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury

BIG HERO 6 With all the heartfelt humour audiences expect from Walt Disney Animation Studios, Big Hero 6 is an action-packed comedy-adventure about robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada, who’s catapulted into the midst of a dangerous plot and must transform his closest companion, a robot named Baymax - plus a diverse group of friends - into a band of high-tech heroes to save the city of San Fransokyo. Tue, Oct 27 – Sat, 31 Oct Oxford Playhouse, Oxford

CITRIC ACID Citric Acid is a pithily absurdist satire of the hipster generation by students Mina Ebtehadj- Marquis and Alex Newton. Meet Alice and Ben, two twenty-something university graduates who feel lost in a big wide world. Can setting up a lemonade stand in Shoreditch give their lives some purpose?

Or will the bizarre clientele who descend looking for overpriced, gluten-free lemonade (from alcoholic businessmen to Karl Marx himself) be more than they bargained for? Wed, Oct 28, 7.30pm New Theatre, Oxford

PAUL POTTS Winner of Britain’s Got Talent Season One, Paul found global success with his albums, live shows and tours, impressing audiences worldwide with his powerful yet emotive operatic performances. Six years later, and his feet are yet to touch the ground. Paul has already performed more live shows than any other contestant from a talent search programme, whilst in recognition of Paul’s meteoric ‘rags to riches’ rise to fame, his life story has been turned into a film also entitled One Chance and stars award-winning comedian James Corden. Joining Paul is special guest Catriona Murray, a classical soprano from Nottingham. Discovered earlier this year by Britain’s Got Talent winner Jamie Lambert, Catriona has begun work on compiling a solo album and has a string of concerts lined up for the summer season. Paul Potts is once again set to remind audiences of his inspiring charm and rich, mellifluous classical prowess, complemented by Catriona Murray – a new generation of exceptional talent.

Fri, Oct 30, 5pm Oxford Playhouse, Oxford

GORDON CORERA Like a cyber-James Bond, the computer was born to spy. The work of Alan Turing led to the birth of electronic espionage. In the following decades, computers transformed intelligence from the spy hunting of the Cold War years to the data-driven pursuit of terrorists and the corporate cyberespionage of the 21st century. Drawing on unique access to Western intelligence agencies and insights into the most powerful technology companies, BBC Security Correspondent Gordon Corera explores the new space in which the worlds of espionage, diplomacy, international business and technology collide. Introduced by journalist and broadcaster Quentin Cooper. Fri, Oct 30, 8pm The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury

PAUL DANIELS Back on tour due to massive public demand, one of the world’s most entertaining magicians, Paul Daniels, together with his wife and lovely assistant, Debbie McGee, come to The Mill to wield his mystical magic in a truly aweinspiring show displaying trickery and deft sleight way of hand. This is a unique performance designed to appeal to all the family and definitely not to be missed.


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SMART FOR TWO COUPE PASSION SOFTOUCH AUTO, black, sat nav, ,alloys, e/windows, a/c, FSH, £0 road tax, 12k ............................................................................. £5,995

09 59

FORD FIESTA 1.4 ZETEC 5DR, met red, a/c, e/windows and mirrors, alloys, audio remote, sh, 66k .............................................................................................................£5,995

10 60

FORD FIESTA 1.2 EDGE 5DR, white, radio/cd, a/c, e/windows and mirrors, airbags, FSH, 45k .......................................................................................................................£5,995

10 60

NISSAN MICRA 1.2 N-TEC 5DR, met red, sat nav, a/c, alarm, alloys, radio/cd, airbags, FSH, 50k ..................................................................................................................£4,995

09 09

SKODA FABIA 1.4 LEVEL 2 5DR, met silver, alloys, a/c, radio/cd, e/windows and mirrors, FSH, 46k ...........................................................................................................£4,995

07 07

SKODA FABIA 3 1.9 TDI 5DR, met green, alloys, radio/cd, e/windows and mirrors, climate, front fogs, 49k ..........................................................................................£4,995

10 10

KIA CEED 1.6 2 5DR PETROL, met grey, a/c, alloys, e/windows and mirrors, airbags, front fogs, FSH, 75k ...............................................................................................£4,795

08 58

NISSAN NOTE 1.4 ACENTA 5DR, met silver, air con, e/windows, e/mirrors, remote locking, radio/cd, alloys, 60k, FSH ...........................................................£4,495

06 06

FORD FUSION 1.4 ZETEC CLIMATE 5DR, met green, a/c,alloys, radio/cd, e/windows and mirrors, FSH, 79k...............................................................................£3,495

05 55

TOYOTA YARIS COLOUR COLLECTION VVT-I, met silver, a/c, radio/cd, remote locking, PAS, alloys, FSH, 63k ..................................................................................... £3,295

02 02

CITROEN C3 1.4 LX 5DR, met blue, radio/cd/e/windows, remote locking, service history, 44k ................................................................................................................... £2,295

12 62 BMW 320D M-SPORT 2.0 AUTO 4DR £18,995

10 60 BMW 118D 2.0 SPORT CONVERTIBLE £14,495

08 08 MERCEDES SLK200 1.8 KOMPRESSOR £10,795

12 12 KIA SPORTAGE 1.7 CRDI 3 5DR DIESEL £13,995

11 11 SEAT LEON 2.0 TDI CR FR 5DR £10,795

09 59 FORD FIESTA 1.4 ZETEC 5DR £5,995

11 11 VAUXHALL INSIGNIA 2.0 SE CDTI 5DR £6,995

14 14 SEAT IBIZA 1.4 TOCA 5DR £7,995

11 11 SKODA YETI 1.2 SE TSI 5DR £9,995

Oxford Road , Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 2JD Telephone: 01865 326666 | www.lodgehillgarage.co.uk | Email: cars@lodgehillgarage.com


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Skurrays Oxford Oxford Motor Park | Langford Lane Kidlington | Oxfordshire | OX5 1RY Tel. 01865 584738

Official GovernmentTest Environmental Data. Fuel consumption figures mpg (litres/100km) and CO2 emissions (g/km). Vauxhall range (excl. Ampera): Urban: 12.7 (22.3) - 76.3 (3.7), Extra urban: 23.9 (11.8) - 94.2 (3.0), Combined: 18.0 (15.7) - 88.3 (3.2). CO2 emissions: 373 - 85g/km# We can introduce you to a limited number of finance providers, commission may be received. 5 years 0% finance available on selected models only, all

payments and prices above are based on low rate PCP not 5 yrs 0%. All the above savings include FDA. Conditional Sale. Finance subject to status. Ts&Cs apply. Applicants must be 18+. Finance supplied by Vauxhall Finance, PO Box 6666, Cardiff, CF15 7YT. Offer will apply to private individuals, Vauxhall Partners and small businesses 1- 24 units (purchase only, excluding B2B supported units). Scrappage is ÂŁ2,000, you must have owned the car for 90 days, it does not need to have an MOT and there are no age restrictions, Scrappage is not available against Viva, Corsa Sting/Sting R and Adam Jam. Offers available on orders or registrations between 8 October and 15 December 2015. Official EU-regulated test data are provided for comparison purposes and actual performance will depend on driving style, road conditions and other non-technical factors. Correct at time of going to press.


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SALE

THE HARTWELL FORD ACTIVE

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FORD ECOSPORT ZETEC 1.5 5 DOOR

£500

FORD FIESTA 1.25 ZETEC 3 DOOR

£500 00

£1425 £142

WORTH OF FREE FUEL

OUR PRICE ONLY

£13495.00

PER MONTH ONLY

£500 worth of free fuel†† - £750 contribution toward any All-wheel drive vehicle† REPRESENTATIVE EXAMPLE NEW FORD FIESTA ZETEC 3DR 1.25 Cash Price

Customer Deposit

Ford Deposit Allowance

£11466.87 £1000 £1375

36 Monthly Payments

£139

Amount to Finance

£149

£11466.87 £500 500

£500

OUR PRICE ONLY

PER MONTH ONLY

GMFV/Optional Final Payment***

DEPOSIT ALLOWANCE ALLOW

OUR PRICE ONLY

£179

Finance Fee**

£139

£1925 £192

WORTH TH OF FREE E FUEL

£16645.00

PER MONTH ONLY

FORD KUGA 1.0 ST ECOBOOST 5 DOOR

WORTH OF FREE FUEL

Total Amount Payable

DEPOSIT ALLOWANCE A

OUR PRICE ONLY

FORD FOCUS ZETEC 1.0T ECOBOOST 5 DOOR

16th-18th October - BIG SAVINGS -

£1375 £13

WORTH H OF FREE FUEL UEL

DEPOSIT ALLOWANCE ALL

£18995.00 Flat Rate

£9091.87 £12395.00 £4996.00 £20 4.3%

PER MONTH ONLY

£219

APR

4.3% Representative

BASED ON 6,000 MILES PER ANNUM. EXCESS CHARGED AT 6P PER MILE.

Drayton Road, Abingdon, OX14 5JU 0844 257 3663 www.hartwell.co.uk The official fuel consumption figures in mpg (l/100km) for the Ford Range shown are: urban 31.7-34.4(8.2-8.9); extra urban 51.4- 60.1(4.7-5.5); and combined 42.2-47.1(6.0-6.7). The official CO2 emission figures range from 139-159g/km. *Retail only. Finance subject to status. Guarantees may be required. Freepost Ford Credit. Subject to availability at participating Hartwell Dealers for new vehicles registered by October 31st 2015. Offer excludes metallic paint. **Payable with the first instalment. ***Payable with the Optional Final Payment if you wish to own the vehicle at the end of the agreement. Further charges may be made subject to the condition of the vehicle, if the vehicle is returned at the end of the finance agreement. All offers superseded all previous offers.^Deposit Allowance only available when financed with Ford Credit. Offer maybe withdrawn at any time.. †Participating Dealers only. £750 (inc VAT) AWD Promoted Technology Contribution available on AWD derivatives of Kuga, Mondeo, All-New S-MAX, All-New Galaxy and 4x4 Ranger models contracted between 16th October and 23rd October 2015 and registered between 16th October and 31st December 2015. ††Terms and conditions apply. Only available on purchases of brand new Ford vehicles from Hartwell during the event dates shown above. Free fuel will be provided in a pre paid credit card with a balance of £500.

We invite you to

SPECIAL HARTWELL OFFER

FREE PLY LINING & SEAT COVERS WITH

EVERY VEHICLE *

Ford Transit has stayed the UK’s No.1 Commercial Vehicle for 50 years. And to celebrate, we’re offering a free integrated SatNav, free ply lining and free seat covers during our special open week. So join us at Hartwell Abingdon Transit Centre and discover why Ford Transit is still the gold standard.

Hartwell Abingdon Transit Centre Drayton Road Abingdon, OX14 5JU Tel. 0844 264 3254 www.hartwell.co.uk

*Participating Dealers only. Offer excludes Tourneo Connect and Ranger XL, XLT and Wildtrak. Offer available on commercial vehicles contracted between 12th October 2015 and 31st October 2015 and registered between 12th October 2015 and 31st March 2016.


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ZERO DEPOSIT AND £2,000 We’ll Give You Scrappage for your old car to put towards a BRAND NEW Eden Vauxhall

£129

Per Month For 36 Months*

Corsa Energy

£159 £189£119

£139

Per Month For 36 Months*

Mokka Exclusiv

Adam Glam 1.2

£199 % APR

Per Month For 36 Months*

Per Month For 60 Months*

Brand New Astra Excite £6,000 Minimum Part Exchange

HURRY OCTOBER ONLY

0% APR Available On All USED Cars Exclusive To Eden Vauxhall

£149 £149

Per Month For 60 Months Customer Deposit

£199 £199

Per Month For 60 Months Customer Deposit

2012 Zafira Design

2012 Zafira Tourer ES

£169 £169

£179 £179

Per Month For 60 Months Customer Deposit

2014 Astra Design SAVE £5,265 OFF NEW

Per Month For 60 Months Customer Deposit

2014 Insignia Sri SAVE £8,266 OFF NEW

*Adam 1.2 Glam cash price £12,900 – £2000 Scrappage Allowance £1840 Eden Deposit contribution, Customer deposit £0 – amount of credit £9,600 – 35 monthly payments of £139 – final optional payment £4,766 – 2.84% representative APR – total amount payable £13471 - the contracted mileage over the full term Is 15,000 miles. Corsa 1.2 Energy cash price £11,600 – £2000 Scrappage Allowance £1300 Eden Deposit contribution, Customer deposit £0 – amount to credit £8300– 35 monthly payments of £119 – final optional payment £4,538 – 4.5% representative APR – total amount payable £12003 - the contracted mileage over the full term Is 15,000 miles. Mokka 1.6 Exclusiv cash price £17,400 – £2000 Scrappage Allowance £3210 Eden Deposit contribution, Customer deposit £0 – amount of credit £16,112 – 35 monthly payments of £189 – final optional payment £6,345 – 2.84% representative APR – total amount payable £18170 – the contracted mileage over the full term is 15,000 miles. Astra 1.4 Excite cash price £17,940 – customer deposit £0 – amount of credit £11,940 – 60 monthly payments of £199 – 0% representative APR – total amount payable £17,940 -Swappage and £6,000 minimum part exchange vehicle must have a minimum of 90 Days Ownership. These offers supersede ant other offer and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Excess mileage will be charged on the above vehicles. This promotion is available on the above model and is available on Eden Vauxhall stock only. Cars must be registered by October 31st 2015. Finance is subject to status, terms and conditions apply. Applicant must be 18 years or over. Finance by Vauxhall finance, PO Box 6666 Cardiff CF15 7YT and Black Horse finance St William House Tresillian Terrace Cardiff CF10 5BH. For further please contact your local Eden branch.

Newbury

Reading

Faraday Road, Berkshire, RG14 2AD Tel: 01635 584411

Camberley

38 Portman Road, Berkshire, RG30 1JG Tel: 01189 606223

Wilton Road, Surrey, GU15 2QW Tel: 01276 672888

www.edenvauxhall.com a better world of motoring


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S.D. TIMMO

S.D. TIMMO

OVER 120 0 QUALIT QUALITY TY T Y USED C CA CARS ARS IN GR GROUP ROUP STO STOCK

2006 06 AUDI A4 AVANT 2.0 TDI SE 140 TDV Diesel 6-Speed Manual 91,010 Miles ÂŁ5,995

2009 09 FORD S-MAX TITANIUM TDCI 2.2 7 SeateR 6-Speed Manual 101,720 Miles ÂŁ7,495

2009 58 FORD C-MAX ZETEC Petrol 5-Speed Manual 76,800 Miles ÂŁ4,895

2009 59 VOLKSWAGEN GOLF 1.6S TDI diesel 5dr 6-speed Manual 55,000 Miles ÂŁ7,295

2006 06 MERCEDESBENZ ML ML320 CDI SE 3.0 Diesel Automatic 83,720 Miles ÂŁ10,995

2011 11 TOYOTA AURIS T4 5DR HYBRID PET/ ELEC PETROL CVT 26,970 Miles ÂŁ9,495

2007 P MERCEDES-BENZ C CLASS C200 KOMPRESSOR AVANTGARDE SE Petrol Auto 72,850 Miles ÂŁ5,995

2009 09 HONDA JAZZ I-VTEC EX I-SHIFT 5dr Petrol Semi-Automatic 51,000 Miles ÂŁ5,995

2010 10 TOYOTA PRIUS T SPIRIT VVT-I 5DR 1.8 PETROL CVT 65,000 MILES ÂŁ10,295

2007 07 VOLVO C70 D5 SE DIESEL AUTOMATIC 78,000 MILES ÂŁ6,995

2007 07 AUDI A4 TDI QUATTRO S LINE DPF 1.9 Diesel 6-Speed Manual 72,150 Miles ÂŁ7,695

2008 08 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE 1.4 LUNA Petrol 5-Speed Manual 33,000 Miles ÂŁ6,795

2007 57 VAUXHALL CORSA DESIGN 16V 5DR 1.4 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 59,710 Miles ÂŁ3,995

2007 07 MINI HATCH COOPER CONVERTIBLE Petrol 5-Speed Manual 48,000 Miles ÂŁ5,995

ALFA ROMEO 2009 09 Alfa Romeo Mito Turismo 16v 3dr 1.4 - ONLY ÂŁ130 A YEAR TAX Petrol 6-Speed Manual 46840 Miles ....ÂŁ4,895 AUDI 2007 07 Audi A4 TDi Quattro S Line Dpf 1.9 Diesel 6-Speed Manual 72150 Miles.............................................. ÂŁ7,695 2006 56 Audi A4 Avant TDi SE Tdv 2.0 CLEAN Diesel 6-Speed Manual 77000 Miles .........................................ÂŁ6,495 2006 06 Audi A3 8v 5dr 1.6 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 49860 Miles .........................................................................ÂŁ5,995 2006 06 Audi A4 Avant 2.0 TDi SE 140 Tdv Diesel 6-Speed Manual 91010 Miles ................................................ÂŁ5,995 2006 06 Audi A4 T FSi SE 2.0 Exceptional Petrol 6-Speed Manual 67659 Miles .................................................ÂŁ5,995 2003 53 Audi A4 Avant Fsi Sport 2.0 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 96910 Miles ...........................................................ÂŁ4,495 CHEVROLET 2009 59 Chevrolet Lacetti SX Petrol Automatic 52000 Miles .................................................................................ÂŁ3,395 2006 06 Chevrolet Tacuma CDX Plus 2.0 AUTO Petrol Automatic 79260 Miles ...................................................ÂŁ1,295 CITROEN 2009 59 Citroen C3 Picasso Picasso Exclusive HDi 1.6 ÂŁ5,395 Diesel 5-Speed Manual 71930 Miles ...............ÂŁ5,395 2007 57 Citroen C3 VTR 16v 5dr LOW MILEAGE Petrol 5-Speed Manual 32000 Miles ......................................ÂŁ3,695 2007 57 Citroen C4 1.6 SX 16v 5dr Nice Drive Low miles Petrol Automatic 60000 Miles .....................................ÂŁ3,495  &LWURHQ3OXULHO&RWH'¡D]XU3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV .......................................................ÂŁ3,295 2006 56 Citroen C3 Desire 5dr Clean and low miles Petrol 5-Speed Manual 44000 Miles ..................................ÂŁ2,995 2003 53 Citroen C3 LX HDi 5dr LOW MILEAGE Diesel 5-Speed Manual 49000 Miles ........................................ ÂŁ1,995 DAEWOO  'DHZRR0DWL]6(3OXVGU3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV ....................................................... ÂŁ1,495 DAIHATSU 2006 56 Daihatsu Sirion SE 5dr 1.3 - ONLY ÂŁ130 A YEAR TAX Petrol 5-Speed Manual 29150 Miles .................ÂŁ3,395 FORD 2009 09 Ford S-Max Titanium Tdci 2.2 - 7 SEATER Diesel 6-Speed Manual 101720 Miles................................. ÂŁ7,495 2011 61 Ford Fiesta Edge 5dr Super low miles Petrol 5-Speed Manual 27900 Miles .......................................... ÂŁ6,195 2009 59 Ford Fiesta Zetec 3dr 1.25 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 39610 Miles .............................................................ÂŁ5,995 2010 59 Ford Fiesta Econetic Tdci 5dr 1.6 Diesel 5-Speed Manual 49850 Miles .................................................ÂŁ5,595 2009 59 Ford Fiesta Zetec 3dr 1.25 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 50000 Miles ............................................................ÂŁ5,595 2009 58 Ford C-MAX Zetec Petrol 5-Speed Manual 76800 Miles .........................................................................ÂŁ4,495 2005 55 Ford Focus Zetec Climate P 5dr 1.6 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 67930 Miles ..............................................ÂŁ3,495 2007 56 Ford Fiesta Zetec Climate 16v 5dr 1.25 - CAR TAX ÂŁ145 A YEAR Petrol 5-Speed Manual 66900 Miles .... ÂŁ3,495 2006 56 Ford Fiesta Zetec Climate 16v 3dr Petrol 5-Speed Manual 56770 Miles ................................................ÂŁ3,395 2007 57 Ford Fiesta Style 16v 5dr 1.4 - CAR TAX ÂŁ145 A YEAR Petrol 5-Speed Manual 60070 Miles ...............ÂŁ3,395 2006 55 Ford Focus LX 5dr Petrol 5-Speed Manual 81000 Miles ..........................................................................ÂŁ2,995 2005 05 Ford Fiesta Zetec 16v 5dr 1.4 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 85660 Miles ........................................................ÂŁ2,995 2005 05 Ford StreetKa 8v Luxury 1.6 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 31300 Miles ..........................................................ÂŁ2,895 2005 55 Ford Fiesta Zetec 3dr Petrol 5-Speed Manual 80597 Miles .....................................................................ÂŁ2,895 2006 55 Ford StreetKa Red 1.6 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 56170 Miles ....................................................................ÂŁ2,895 2004 54 Ford Focus LX 5dr 1.6 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 74020 Miles ....................................................................ÂŁ2,895 2007 57 Ford Ka Studio Cloth 3dr 1.3 ÂŁ2,895 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 25830 Miles .............................................ÂŁ2,895 2006 06 Ford Focus LX 16v 1.6 AUTO Petrol Automatic 47960 Miles ...................................................................ÂŁ2,895 2003 53 Ford Focus LX 1.6 AUTO Petrol Automatic 70520 Miles ..........................................................................ÂŁ2,495 2004 53 Ford Fiesta LX 16v 3dr 1.25 - CAR TAX ÂŁ145 A YEAR Petrol 5-Speed Manual 70690 Miles ................ÂŁ2,495 2004 04 Ford Fiesta Flame 16v 3dr 1.4 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 67160 Miles .......................................................ÂŁ2,395 2002 02 Ford Focus Ghia 2.0 AUTO Petrol Automatic 75160 Miles ...................................................................... ÂŁ1,895 2003 03 Ford Focus CL Tddi Diesel 5-Speed Manual 144000 Miles ........................................................................ÂŁ995 HYUNDAI 2008 08 Hyundai Coupe Siii 1.6 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 65840 Miles ...................................................................ÂŁ3,995 HONDA  +RQGD-D]],97(&([,6KLIWGU3HWURO6HPL$XWRPDWLF0LOHV ..................................................ÂŁ5,995  +RQGD-D]],97(&6(GU3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV ..........................................................ÂŁ4,995  +RQGD-D]]'VL6(GU/2:0,/($*(3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV .......................................ÂŁ4,895  +RQGD-D]]'VL6(GU&$57$;21/<Â&#x2026;3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV ......................ÂŁ3,995  +RQGD-D]]'VL6GU3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV...............................................................ÂŁ3,795 KIA 2012 62 Kia Picanto 1 5dr 1.0 - VERY LOW INSURANCE Petrol 5-Speed Manual 24810 Miles..........................ÂŁ5,395  .LD&HH¡G65GU3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV ...................................................................... ÂŁ3,195 2007 57 Kia Picanto LS 5dr 1.1 - ONLY ÂŁ110 A YEAR TAX Petrol 5-Speed Manual 72080 Miles ........................ÂŁ2,895 2006 55 Kia Picanto GS 5dr Petrol 5-Speed Manual 52200 Miles ........................................................................ÂŁ2,695 2006 56 Kia Picanto GS 5dr 1.0 - ONLY ÂŁ110 CAR TAX A YEAR Petrol 5-Speed Manual 74630 Miles ..............ÂŁ2,495 LAND ROVER 2003 53 Land Rover Freelander TD4 Kalahari 2.0 AUTO Diesel Automatic 122550 Miles...................................ÂŁ2,395 LEXUS 2006 55 Lexus RX 300 Le Petrol Automatic 82000 Miles .......................................................................................ÂŁ6,295 2006 06 Lexus IS 250 SE-L 2.5 AUTO Petrol Automatic 104670 Miles .................................................................ÂŁ5,995 2001 Y Lexus IS 200 SE 2.0 Petrol 6-Speed Manual 66220 Miles .......................................................................ÂŁ2,795 MAZDA  0D]GD7V3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV .............................................................................ÂŁ5,995  0D]GD7V3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV ...................................................................................ÂŁ4,295  0D]GD7VGURQO\Â&#x2026;WD[D\HDU3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV .....................................ÂŁ3,995  0D]GD0;(XSKRQLF3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV .............................................................ÂŁ2,795 MERCEDES-BENZ  0HUFHGHV%HQ]0/0O&GL6('LHVHO$XWRPDWLF0LOHV .................................................ÂŁ10,995 3 0HUFHGHV%HQ]&&ODVV&.RPSUHVVRU$YDQWJDUGH6(3HWURO$XWRPDWLF0LOHV ..................ÂŁ5,995 MERCURY 2000 A Grand Marquis All Texan Petrol Automatic 75000 Miles ..........................................................................ÂŁ5,995 MINI 2007 07 Mini Hatch Cooper convertible Petrol 5-Speed Manual 48000 Miles ......................................................ÂŁ5,995 2006 06 Mini Hatch Cooper Cooper 3dr Petrol 5-Speed Manual 62000 Miles ..................................................... ÂŁ4,795

At S D Timmo Car Sales Ltd we work with a number of lenders who can help you obtain the best finance package to suit your circumstances and budget.

THE BENEFITS ARE:    

MITSUBISHI 2005 S Mitsubishi Shogun Sport Warrior TD GLX Diesel 5-Speed Manual 79000 Miles ...................................ÂŁ6,295 2004 04 Mitsubishi L200 4life Lwb Dcb 4wd Diesel 5-Speed Manual 104000 Miles.............................................ÂŁ5,295 2003 53 Mitsubishi L200 Animal 4life !NO VAT! Diesel 5-Speed Manual 111300 Miles ........................................ÂŁ5,295 NISSAN 2009 09 Nissan Qashqai Acenta 5dr 2.0 Petrol 6-Speed Manual 101130 Miles ...................................................ÂŁ6,795 2007 07 Nissan X-Trail S TD 2.2 Diesel 6-Speed Manual 119600 Miles................................................................ÂŁ5,495 2009 09 Nissan Note Acenta LOW MILEAGE Petrol 5-Speed Manual 26000 Miles .............................................ÂŁ5,295 2009 09 Nissan Micra Acenta 5dr 1.2 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 49000 Miles .........................................................ÂŁ4,295 2010 10 Nissan Pixo N-Tec 5dr Clean car ÂŁ20 tax Petrol 5-Speed Manual 38000 Miles .....................................ÂŁ4,295 2007 56 Nissan Micra Spirita 5dr 1.4 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 38660 Miles...........................................................ÂŁ3,295 2001 Y Nissan Micra S 5dr 1.0 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 57900 Miles ......................................................................ÂŁ595 PEUGEOT 2010 59 Peugeot 207 S 8v 5dr 1.4 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 39890 Miles ...............................................................ÂŁ4,695 2007 57 Peugeot 207 Sport 3dr 1.4 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 65080 Miles ............................................................ÂŁ3,795 2007 07 Peugeot 207 Sport 3dr Petrol 5-Speed Manual 46000 Miles ...................................................................ÂŁ3,795 2007 07 Peugeot 207 S 3dr 1.4 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 46750 Miles ....................................................................ÂŁ3,595 2007 57 Peugeot 207 S 5dr 1.4 - CAR TAX ÂŁ145 A YEAR Petrol 5-Speed Manual 69160 Miles ..........................ÂŁ3,595 2006 06 Peugeot 207 Sport 3dr 1.6 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 59860 Miles .............................................................ÂŁ3,495 2006 56 Peugeot 207 SE 5dr 1.6 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 66000 Miles .................................................................ÂŁ3,495 2007 57 Peugeot 207 Urban 5dr 1.4 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 64030 Miles ............................................................ÂŁ3,495 2007 07 Peugeot 307 S 5dr 1.6 ÂŁ3,195 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 75860 Miles ........................................................ ÂŁ3,195 2006 06 Peugeot 207 S 3dr 1.4 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 55190 Miles ....................................................................ÂŁ2,995 2006 56 Peugeot 1007 Dolce 8v 3dr 1.4 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 60900 Miles......................................................ÂŁ2,395 2005 54 Peugeot 206 Zest Style 3dr 1.1 - CAR TAX ÂŁ145 A YEAR Petrol 5-Speed Manual 52610 Miles ............ ÂŁ1,995 RENAULT 2011 11 Renault Megane Dynamique Tomtom VVT 5dr Petrol 6-Speed Manual 57110 Miles .............................ÂŁ5,295 2010 59 Renault Clio I-Music Tce 3dr 1.2 - ONLY ÂŁ130 CAR TAX Petrol 5-Speed Manual 27750 Miles .............ÂŁ4,995 2010 10 Renault Grand Scenic Dynamique Tomtom dCi 1.5 - 7 SEATER Diesel 6-Spd Man 48210 Miles .........ÂŁ4,995 2008 08 Renault Clio Expression 16v 5dr Cam belt done. Petrol Automatic 28843 Miles ....................................ÂŁ4,295 2006 06 Renault Megane 1.6 Dynamique VVT Coupe Cabriolet Petrol 5-Speed Manual 35790 Miles ...............ÂŁ3,795 2008 58 Renault Megane Dynamique VVT 1.6 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 44790 Miles ...........................................ÂŁ3,795 2008 08 Renault Clio Extreme 16v 3dr 1.1 - CAR TAX ONLY ÂŁ130 A YEAR Petrol 5-Spd Man 25130 Miles .......ÂŁ3,695 2007 07 Renault Scenic Dynamique VVT 1.6 Petrol 6-Speed Manual 57470 Miles ..............................................ÂŁ3,695 2006 06 Renault Clio Expression 16v 5dr 1.4 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 45490 Miles .............................................ÂŁ3,695 2005 05 Renault Grand Scenic Privilege dCi 1.9 - 7 SEATER Diesel 6-Speed Manual 73900 Miles...................ÂŁ3,495 2006 56 Renault Megane Dynamique VVT 1.6 Estate Petrol 5-Speed Manual 84300 Miles ...............................ÂŁ2,995 ROVER 2002 52 Rover 75 Club PX TO CLEAR Petrol 5-Speed Manual 91000 Miles ...........................................................ÂŁ795 SAAB 2006 56 Saab 9-3 Aero T 2.0 Petrol Semi-Automatic 54920 Miles .......................................................................ÂŁ5,495 2007 07 Saab 9-3 Aero T Petrol Semi-Automatic 78000 Miles ..............................................................................ÂŁ5,295 2007 07 Saab 9-3 Dth Vector Sport Diesel 6-Speed Manual 85000 Miles ............................................................ÂŁ4,295 2005 05 Saab 9-3 Linear T 2.0 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 74850 Miles .....................................................................ÂŁ3,795 SKODA 2009 59 Skoda Fabia Level 2 Htp 5dr Low TAX & Ins Petrol 5-Speed Manual 71000 Miles .................................ÂŁ3,995 2008 08 Skoda Fabia Level 1 Htp 5dr Petrol 5-Speed Manual ...............................................................................ÂŁ3,895 2004 04 Saab 9-3 I Petrol 5-Speed Manual 90000 Miles ..........................................................................................ÂŁ995 SMART 2010 60 Smart ForTwo Coupe Passion Mhd Petrol Automatic 37112 Miles...........................................................ÂŁ5,395 2004 04 Smart ForTwo Pulse Softip Petrol Semi-Automatic 61000 Miles .............................................................. ÂŁ2,195 SUBARU  6XEDUX,PSUH]D*[6SRUWGU3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV .......................................................ÂŁ3,495  6XEDUX,PSUH]D*[$ZG3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV .............................................................. ÂŁ1,995 SUZUKI  6X]XNL6ZLIW*/;9YWVGU3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV ............................................................ÂŁ3,995  6X]XNL*UDQG9LWDUD7''LHVHO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV ......................................................... ÂŁ3,195  6X]XNL,JQLV6SRUWGU/2:0,/($*(3HWURO6SHHG0DQXDO0LOHV ......................................... 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ÂŁ1,795 VOLKSWAGEN 2009 59 Volkswagen Golf 1.6 S TDi 5dr ÂŁ30.00 ROAD TAX Diesel 5-Speed Manual 55000 Miles ..................... ÂŁ7,295 2008 08 Volkswagen Beetle 1.4 Luna 16v ÂŁ6,795 Petrol 5-Speed Manual 33000 Miles.......................................ÂŁ6,795 2008 08 Volkswagen Golf Match 1.4 Tsi 5dr ÂŁ6,295 Petrol 6-Speed Manual 42000 Miles ...................................ÂŁ6,295 2007 57 Volkswagen Passat TDi Sport Dsg 2.0 ÂŁ5,795 Diesel 6-Speed Manual 80420 Miles ............................. 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or email autoweekly@oxfordshireguardian.co.uk

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With over 30 years experience Wallingford Tyres & Exhausts is the best place for all your tyre and exhaust needs

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Phone 01491 824 145 or visit us at www.wallingfordtyres.com Ayres Yard, Station Road, Wallingford, OX10 0JZ OPENING TIMES: Monday - Friday 8.30 - 5.30 Saturday - 8.30-12.30 * Sunday - Closed

Service telephone: 01367 710 777 Sales telephone: 01367 710 100 Forecourt Location: Vale Garage, Faringdon Road, Stanford in the Vale, nr Faringdon, Oxfordshire SN7 8HN Email: valegarage@hotmail.co.uk Website: www.valegarage.com

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Interested in cars? This is a great opportunity to work for a leading Vauxhall retailer as a Service Advisor. Apply now! You will be an apprentice in a busy Service Advisor environment. You will carry out tasks relevant to serving customers, dealing with queries, and booking in vehicles for workshop work. You will also be partly responsible for the maintenance of the service reception environment. Skills required: Qualifications required: No technical skills are required, but GCSE Grades Aâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;C (or equivalent) are this job demands Maths and English preferred, but other candidates may apply. skills. The ability to prioritise tasks Personal Qualities: and provide excellent customer service You must have a positive attitude and be is a must. able to work well as part of a team. If you are interested in applying for this position, download & complete the application form and send it to us either by: email to: careers@skurrays.co.uk or post, to: Alan Cable, Skurrays Limited, Oxford Motor Park, Langford Lane, Kidlington, Oxfordshire OX5 1RY

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Certas Energy is the largest independent oil distributor in the UK supplying a comprehensive range of fuel and lubricants to all market sectors and employing in excess of 2500 people. We currently have vacancies for Tanker Drivers based at our Watlington, Oxon depot. The successful applicants would be required to deliver our products in line with the delivery instructions and in a safe manner ensuring our brand image is maintained at all times. To succeed in this role you must have: â&#x2014;? class C/C+E experience â&#x2014;? a minimum ADR class 3 tanker and a driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s CPC â&#x2014;? digital tacho card which is mandatory â&#x2014;? ideally some relevant experience in the fuel industry This is a real opportunity to join a successful and growing organisation and be part of a dedicated team ! For further details and to apply online please visit the Certas Energy website at: http://www.certasenergy. co.uk/careers/ where you will be required to upload a CV. Closing date for applications: 20th October 2015 - Certas Energy Ltd is an Equal Opportunities Employer -

To advertise call 01235 516926

Carvery Chef wanted in a busy restaurant in the Witney area, full time 5 days over 7 to include weekends, ÂŁ10 per hour, must have relevant hygiene certificates.

Email CV to theevenlode@hotmail.co.uk or telephone 01865 882878


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01235 511700 classifieds@oxfordshireguardian.co.uk www.oxfordshireguardian.co.uk For Sale

Builders

TWO small fold away BABYLISS Hot Brush, GEORGE

Foreman FISHING rods and Grilling reels, carp barble, ďŹ&#x201A;oat feeder, hardy garbolino used once, ÂŁ12. 01235 ÂŁ20 ono, ideal for TV machine, new, ÂŁ15. and much more, from ÂŁ10. 07788 525 654 watching. 01865 450392 819757 01865 736034 POWER station 6 in 1 with air compressor for cars, motorcycles, boats and more. Argos ÂŁ85, accept ÂŁ50. Used once. 01865 841336 snack tables on stand,

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Christmas Break 23rd - 27th Dec ÂŁ489 Twixmas Break 27th - 30th Dec ÂŁ158 New Year Break 30th Dec - 2nd Jan ÂŁ219 zLuxury return coach from local pick up point zNightly entertainment zAll rooms en-suite with CTV & tea making facilities

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STOVES 4 ring electric cooker,, double oven, silver glass doors, almost new, little use ÂŁ100 07884 200 365 or 07933 688 ZENNOX 5 in 1, wire- 712 less headphones, still ROMAN blind, blue ďŹ&#x201A;oin original packaging, ral, cream background, ÂŁ10. 01235 812067 all ďŹ ttings, 125w 90 ÂŁ20. 01235 BEAUTIFUL Jacques, drop, Vert suit, lilac, size 10. 522877 Ideal for wedding. Worn ADJUSTAMATIC sinonce, real bargain ÂŁ30. gle bed base, no mat01235 812067 tress, good cond. ÂŁ20. MAXTRACK cycle hel- 01235 766702 met. Black. Uni size. PAIR of curtains, blue Brand new. Still in ďŹ&#x201A;oral, cream backoriginal packaging. ÂŁ5. ground, 300w, 210 01235 812067 drop, pelmet, all ďŹ t-

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glass doors, main gas, as new, ÂŁ150, cost ÂŁ1150. 07884 200 365 or 07933 688 712

ONE new gents bike, good tyres, brakes and gears. Never used. Still new, very good price ÂŁ80. 07999 494 199

BLACKPOOL

tings, ÂŁ50. 522877

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PAIR of curtains, blue ďŹ&#x201A;oral, cream background, 140w 210 drop, pelmet, all ďŹ ttings, ÂŁ25. 01235 522877

The Gynway has 6 bedrooms and AKITO Motor bike is situated in Dickson Road, gloves, super sport ÂŁ5. adjacent to the seafront. 01865 736034 Warm and friendly welcome awaits you. Pets welcome. Full English Breakfast.

Tel: 01253 314747

www.gynwayblackpool.com

BRAND new unwanted gift, Halogen table top oven, can cook, fry, grill anything. ÂŁ20. 01235 537953

CLASSIC travel cot, little used, ÂŁ30. 01865 GURTEX , genuine 554137 sheepskin mans ž CHILDS high chair, coat, 42in ÂŁ40 ono. used 3 times, excellent 01235 766719 condition. ÂŁ25. 01865 CHILDS car seat, 554137 LOUNGE mirror, 15â&#x20AC;? graco 15-36kg, ÂŁ15. deep by 26â&#x20AC;? wide, 01235 799345 ex cond. ÂŁ15. 01865 DINING table, dark 554137 wood, 90x160, extends 2 single eiderdowns, to 210. Seats 6 to 8 ex cond. ÂŁ20. 01865 people. ÂŁ80. Matching 554137 chairs available ÂŁ10 5 solid wooden dining room chairs, ex cond. each. Wantage 01235 Bargain ÂŁ50. 01865 799345 554137 SIX sturdy high back OLD Schweppes soda dining chairs, fabric syphon, suitable for seats, dark wood, ÂŁ60, collector. ÂŁ20. 01865 matching table also for 554137 sale. Wantage 01235 BANG Olufsen 26â&#x20AC;? television beovision 8802 799345 with stand and remote, ÂŁ30. 07884 200 365 or 07933 688 712

LONG handle grass edging shears ÂŁ6. HOHNER Polcodot 01235 847488 Melodian, button. 8 ROADWORK com- bass 2 row with base presser ÂŁ850 ono. plays perfect ÂŁ150. 01235 847488 07884 200 365 or BOAT and trailer, 12ft 07933 688 712 x 4ft6, Marine ply and POWERBYKE elecďŹ bre glass skin. Ideal tric bike, 24 speed, day boat or for ďŹ sh- alloy frame, lithian ing. ÂŁ350 ďŹ rm. 01865 battery, alloy frame, 371441 as new, ÂŁ350. 07884 PETROL Hedge trim- 200 365 or 07933 688 mer, 26cc two stroke, 712 green line ÂŁ30. 01865 CAST iron log effect 863654 ďŹ re, black, double

THE GYNWAY B&B

Self Catering Cottages on the South Coast of Cornwall Walking, Fishing, Sailing

PAIR brand new Clarks Gents lace up shoes, mahogany brown, size 11. Bargain ÂŁ25. 01235 812067

BLEFAST Enamal Kitchen sink ÂŁ25. 01993 705304 MOTORBIKE jack, ÂŁ15 ono. 01865 736034 PAVING slabs, 15, 2ft x 2ft. FREE. You collect. 01865 770878

Skips

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WALL hung display cabinet glass doors, three glass shelves, interior lights, dark wood, 112 x 84 x 20. ÂŁ70. Wantage 01235 799345 BEDSIDE chests, pair solid dark stained pine, three drawers, 63x47x38. ÂŁ25. Wantage 01235 799345 LADIES quilted full length â&#x20AC;&#x153;dannimacâ&#x20AC;? dark mushroom detachable for collar size 16, worn once only (cost ÂŁ75). ÂŁ10. 01865 374163 IDEAL standard sliding shower door. One metre wide, chrome, still in packaging. ÂŁ100. 01865 374163 VERY strong cane conservatory settee, two seater, thick ďŹ re retardant, ďŹ tting cushions, very comfortable, ÂŁ40. 01865 374163

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Book before 30th Sept for a great deal!

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WE DELIVER BAGS OF ORGANIC, ALL PURPOSE MANURE COMPOST. WE DELIVER TO LANDSCAPERS, PRIVATE GARDENERS, ALLOTMENTS AND GARDENING CLUBS.

6 yard skip locally ÂŁ210 inc VAT. Abingdon, Didcot, Henley, Eynsham, Witney, Wantage etc. ÂŁ225 inc VAT. 20/40 yard roro bins ÂŁ125 transport locally then ÂŁ110 per tonne min ÂŁ400 plus VAT Fully licensed Waste Transfer Station/Carrier Call our Sales Coordinator/Logistics to make a booking

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SPREADING & MULCHING SERVICES AVAILABLE BY REQUEST AT TIME OF DELIVERY

Furniture

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SALE NOW ON!

OAK & PINE FURNITURE SPECIALISTS

MINSTER LOVELL, 68a Brize Norton Road, OX29 0SG, Near Witney. Tel: 01993 864999

www.homelyfurniture2go.co.uk


56 Thursday, October 15 - Wednesday, October 21, 2015

To place a paid for advert

01235 511700 classifieds@oxfordshireguardian.co.uk www.oxfordshireguardian.co.uk Furnishings

Sheds

For Sale BEDSIDE chests, pair, solid dark stained pine, three drawers, 63x47x38 £25. Wantage 01235 814755

LAVENDERBLUE HAND PAINTED FURNITURE Come and see our delightful stock of bespoke painted pieces at:

CHILDS car seat, maxi cosi, 9 months to five years, good cond. £15. Didcot 01235 810234

PINEAPPLE PALACE

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SHEDS See our display at Marcham Plants

Hyde Farm Nurseries, Abingdon Road, Marcham OX13 6NX

01865 391054

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SELL YOUR UNWANTED ITEMS FOR FREE List your items online at

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and your item will appear online and in the Or alternately fill in the coupon & post to: Oxfordshire Guardian, 4A Hawksworth, Didcot, Oxfordshire OX11 7HR NAME: ADDRESS: EMAIL:

Lower Way Farm • Lower Way Thatcham • RG19 3TL • 07775722767 www.truelavenderblue.co.uk Email: truelavenderblue@gmail.com Commissions Facebook#Lavenderblue

LADIES evening shoes, 2 pairs, 5 and 6, silver, black and silvery (new and unworn) £10 each per pair. 07907 593053

Homeowners /landlords

Painting & Decorating

PHILLIP BALL

Decorating

ATTENTION Home Owners & Landlords

(Quality Service) since 1978 • Interior Exterior • Domestic, Commercial • General maintenance/Artexing & Coving • Plastering

Want to move/rent your property quickly? Monthly income guaranteed with NO agency fees! Call Sophie, Shivani or Michelle for a FREE confidential chat.

For Free Estimate Call:(01235) 529 256 Mobile:- 07860 864459 phillipball@phillipball.co.uk or visit www.phillipball.co.uk

01865 582321

Pets

DOGS NEED HOST FAMILIES FOR HOLIDAYS

PAINTING & DECORATING Interior/ Exterior

Can you look after a dog in your home while the owners are away?

Earn from £70 – £100 pw looking after other people’s pets. We provide food, bedding and equipment – you provide a nice home. Enjoy having a pet without the full time responsibility and get paid!

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Memorials/Stonemasons

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* All Funeral Directors Quotes Beaten.* Open Mon - Fri 9am-5pm Sat 10am-2pm

For a free quotation please call Chris Horgan 01865 739892 or 07775795298

ARE YOU AT WORK ALL DAY? GOING AWAY? OR JUST TOO BUSY?

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Garden Machinery

BG86 C-E

Powerful petrol leaf blower

• Compact and lightweight • ErgoStart start assistance Ŭ,QFOXGHVURXQG ƠDWQR]]OHV • Anti-vibration comfort system • Single handed control

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Logs

QUALITY SEASONED HARDWOOD LOGS Quality dry Beech and Ash for woodburners, open fires and fire pits. Supplied and delivered Free delivery (within 10 mile radius) Kindling also available

01367 718551 or 07880 690925 www.fordlogs.co.uk Call

Gas Engineers

One word per box. One item per coupon. Max 18 words (excluding telephone).

G&O ENGINEERS

Gas & Oil Heating Services Ltd.

2 Year ear Warrantyy TEL:

THE SMALL PRINT: One word per box, in capitals, one item per coupon. Max 5 advertisements per customer per week. Open to private advertisers only. The publisher does not accept liability for error or omission in a published advertisement once an advertisement has been accepted, no cancellation can be made. We cannot guarantee insertion dates, however it is usually in the next issue of the newspaper. WE DO NOT ACCEPT FREEADS OVER THE PHONE. No motors, pets or weapons

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01235 511700 classifieds@oxfordshireguardian.co.uk www.oxfordshireguardian.co.uk For Sale ELEGANT, bridesmaid dress, light green, ring for full details, size 10/12. £195. 07907 593 053 (no texts please)

WASTE Water Disposal for Caravans. Cost new £59, o for £25 01993 852328

BINOCULARS, large size, Mark Scheffel, make number 4190, Field 50, with carry MOTOR Cycle Two case, excellent conditiBlack Suit, ion £25. 01865 873137 HEAVY car ramps, Piece good cond. £20. 01993 Weise, size: Large, TWO Mini wheel tyres good black leather, 778899 boots, size 8 and u/s £10. 01765 891271 LORRY jack, £25. gloves. Bargain £25. GENTS ‘Oxford’ Good cond. 01993 01235 532236. Blazer, navy, chest 778899 CAR Boot Stock Sale, 46in, as new £15. RADIATORS (3), elec- lots of stock. Offers. 01869 351648 tric, new, never been 01865 604549 TABLECLOTH, large used, thermostatically Albums pure white cotton, 76 controlled, sizes 1300 BEATLES x 500, 1000 x 500, 700 1967-1970 plus Rock & x54, exellent condition x 600, £50 each. Wall Roll Music £5 each. Let £5. 01869 351648 It Be £20. All good conhung. 01235 706702 dition. Wantage 01235 LADIES pale lemon CHAIR bed for sale, 799345 ‘Astraka’ shower jacket, as new, £50. 01844 detachable hood, size WALL Mounted Dis339465 play Cabinet, glass 12, length 31in £5. DINING set, colour doors, three glass 01869 351648 mahogany, extending shelves, interior light MOBILITY Scooter, table, six chairs, dis- 112x84x20. Burgundy ‘Perrero’, very good play unit, nest of tables, colour wood £50. Wancondition, Class 3/C good cond. £80. Tel. tage 01235 799345 outdoor and indoor, 01865 883725 PAIR bedside chests, all round suspension, LOUNGE suite, blue solid dark stained large wheels, lights, leather, three seater pine, three drawers ramps. 01869 351648 setee, chair and poufe, 63x46x38 £20 WanOLD Longcase clock, good cond. £80. 01865 tage 01235 799345 883725 case fine, not working RARE Beatles Album, RATTAN breakfast set, Abbey Road, good £75 ono. 07876 196850 two chairs, and table, condition £25. Wan- PINE oval extendgood cond. £30. 01865 tage 01235 799345 able oval table andfour 883725 EXTENSION Lead, wheel back chairs, nice MOBILITY Scooter, 65ft long with two plug condition £80. 07876 red, 3 wheel, light- outlets and plug, on 196850 weight for smallish cable tidy,very good CENTRAL heating person, may need a condition £7.50. 01865 flushing system with charge, £295. 07907 873137 instructions and fluids, 593 053 QUALCAST electric used twice £150 ono. 3 small wall mirrors, all mower, model Elan 07876 196850 different shapes, wood 32,metal blades, six surrounds. £7 each or cutting heights, 10 REAR seat for transit 3 for £20. 07907 593 metre cable, box, vgc etc, good condition £50 £22.50. 01865 873137 ono. 07876 196850 053

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OXFORD United star Jordan Graham has the backing of his teammates with talks over keeping the Wolves loanee at the Kassam Stadium past his 28-day move currently on-going. Graham made his debut in the stunning 2-0 win over Swindon Town last Tuesday in which he sent fans home purring with his play down the wing. The 20-year-old has caught the eye of his team-mate Sam Baldock, with the defender claiming “he can be as good as he wants to be.” The duo linked-up well in the 1-0 win over AFC Wimbeldon at the Kassam Stadium last Saturday, with the right-back grabbing the winning goal with ten minutes left to play. Baldock said after the game: “We didn’t realise he was going to be that good when he came in. He is quite a lively character and he took us back a bit when he fi rst arrived. “He can be as good as he wants to be and we’re very happy to have someone with his talents at the club.” Graham was one of the highlights for United in the win and the

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winger said that he didn’t really expect the standard of football in League Two to be at such a high standard. He said: “When I got here I had no idea how quality the football would be, I mean I come from the Championship and it’s very close to the same standard that you would see by some of these players on the pitch. “I didn’t get much game time at Wolves but since I got here I’ve been really taken back by the fans, especially during Swindon, and the general atmosphere at the club. “I’m feeling confident and I’m raring to go at this club however long I end up staying here.” The winger had just played 40 minutes of fi rst-team football before he arrived at the Kassam Stadium two weeks ago. The U’s contacted Wolves shortly after his arrival, with talks on extending his move believed to still be ongoing. Up next for Graham and United is an enticing encounter at Leyton Orient on Saturday followed by a crunch game with league leaders, Plymouth Argyle.

• Jordan Graham in action against AFC Wimbledon’s Danny Bulman

lato misses title b ust four points in B CC season finale

JASON Plato was gracious in defeat as he lost the British Touring Car Championship title to rival Gordon Shedden in the final race at Brands Hatch on Sunday. The Oxford driver dominated the fi nal race of the season and for long periods looked like he was going to grab his third title before Shedden climbed to fourth to pip Plato to the title. Plato won the season’s climax in the nail-biting fi nal race but it was not enough with his rival climb-

ing all the way from nineteenth to secure the title. The Team BMR driver had gone into the weekend trailing Shedden by 23 points and he fi nished the fi rst race in fi fth whilst Shedden fi nished sixth. Plato’s sixth-place fi nish in race two saw the lead cut to 12 points with Shedden fi nishing in 19th. The driver tweeted after the event: “Gave it 100%...close again, no cigar again! Rock on 2016. “Congrats GS (Gordon Shed-

den), truly a great scrap, high and lows right until the end. Enjoy your moment, thoroughly deserved.” The fi nal standings saw the 48-year-old, who celebrated his birthday yesterday, fi nish on 344 points with Shedden wrapping up the title on 348 points. The 2016 BTCC season starts next April. • Jason Plato on the podium at Brands Hatch in the final race of the BTCC on Sunday (picture courtesy of BTCC)

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n uries undo Chinnor in Redruth defeat CHINNOR were counting the costs of injuries after they suffered their sixth successive defeat at Redruth on Sunday in a 34-32 result. The visitors had more than 20 players out of the game through injury and unavailability but Robbie Martey sent them off to a fl ier as he crossed early on. Dave Mankee kicked a penalty for Redruth before Chinnor scored a second try through Bertie Hopkin, who then converted his effort. The hosts then went in front after Luke Hattam and Tom Cowan-Dickie crossed,. Chinnor’s George Blewitt then cross for an unconverted try before Sam Person replied and Mankee converted the effort for a 22-17 score. Redruth then stretched further in front with Shaun Buzza diving over and Mankee put the conversion through the posts. Chinnor hit back through Blewitt and Will Millett with a successful conversion setting the game up for a tight fi nish with the scores at 29-29. The hosts struck fi rst as Cowan-Dickie just managed to scrape the ball over the line for a 34-29 score. Chinnor then couldn’t snatch the win despite another Hoskins penalty.


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United stay in title mix after Baldock screamer A LATE George Baldock winner kept Oxford United in the mix near the top of the Sky Bet League Two table in an intense affair at the Kassam Stadium on Saturday against AFC Wimbledon. New signing Jordan Graham and United hotshot, Kemar Roofe put in a solid shift against the Dons but they simply couldn’t fi nd that magic spark in the fi nal third for the majority of the game. The Dons themselves battered the United goal from range on occasion and United hit the bar through Slocombe in the second-half when the game

By Loughlan Campbell was looking like it was running out of steam. However, Baldock was allowed to drift into space and his long-range effort managed to fly through the defence and into the Wimbledon net as United snatched the three points. It was an intermittently dull affair in the fi rst half with Graham and Roofe the only real bright spots for the U’s. Straight after the re-start Roofe burst through the middle but his through ball to Hylton was just tipped away from the striker’s right leg as he ran into

the box. A mazing run from Roofe led him to chipping it in the box to Taylor, who played in Sercombe, whose shot hammered off the crossbar in a fantastic chance in the 52nd minute. Adebayo Akinfenwa then put the ball over the top from six yards out in a dangerous bit of play from The Dons with twenty minutes to go . It wasn’t until the 80th minute that George Baldock was allowed space on the far right and he coasted in to lash a shot from range, which just crept into the far right hand corner of Shea’s net, sealing the win.

• Sam Baldock celebrates (Picture by Steve Daniels)

OXFORD’S Matt Chapman secured his maiden podium in the final race of the Ginetta Junior Championship season at Brands Hatch Grand Prix on Sunday. Chapman has been hampered by misfortune on multiple occasions in his races over the course of the season but fi nally got his reward with a third-place fi nish in round 20. The 15-year-old also posted the fastest lap of the race and his haul for the weekend elevated him into the championship top ten. He said after the race: “I’m really happy. At the start of the

Fifth defeat in a illers hold heads high despite row for Wantage cup blow to higher league team WANTAGE Town suffered their fifth league defeat in a row in a 2-0 defeat to Cinderford Town at Alfredian Park on Saturday. It was a positive start for Daniel Barry’s side before Cinderford’s Joe Parker just shot wide off the target. Six minutes later, Lee Smith shot from just 20 yards out in an effort that just clipped round the left hand post. The Freds started to fi nd ways into the game and Nick Thorne shot wide after the ball fell to him from Matthew Clarke’s free kick. Just five minutes into the second half, Cinderford got their fi rst goal with Joe Parker calmly slotting the ball into the net past Edward Cavanagh. The Freds continued to apply the pressure on the visitors and captain Stuart Cattell sought to prevent any more leakages in the defence. Barry’s boys were still pushing for their equaliser when they were unluckily punished after Joe Parker slotted home Cinderford’s second.

MARK Gee’s dominating North Leigh side were undone in the FA Cup on Saturday at Chesham United in a 2-0 defeat. The Millers were able to match their opponents, who play in the league above, all through the ninety minutes but were unable fi nd the net. The fi rst-half was evenly split with both sides forcing chances at either ends as Leigh ‘keeper James Foster kept out Ryan Blake on 39 minutes whilst Morgan Williams dominated his marker Toby Little down the left. The second-half saw Chesham play the ball with a little bit more verve but Leigh were unlucky not to snatch the opener when Aaron Woodley hit the bar after beating Chesham ‘keeper George Legg with a chip. Woodley was then fouled in the penalty area but no penalty was given as the game became heated and captain

Wayne Turk was booked. The referee then gave Chesham a penalty on 83 minutes when a Chesham striker was brought down and Dave Pearce converted the spot kick. Leigh attempted to push forward but were then subsequently caught out three minutes later as Pearce slotted home his second which made it impossible for Leigh to recover in time. Up next from the Millers are Larkhall Athletic at Eynsham Park on Saturday with Mark Gee’s side still sitting at the top of the table on with 24 points having played nine games in the league so far.

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Grant loaned FOOTBALL: Oxford United left-back Freddie Grant has joined Farnborough FC on a month’s loan. The 18-year-old defender previously spent time with the Isthmian League Premier Division side when they were in the Conference South last season. He joins Michael Collins, James Roberts, Aidan Hawtin, Josh Ashby, Max Crocombe who have also left United on loan this season.

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weekend it really didn’t look like we’d be in a position to try and be on the podium. “It looked like we’d be midpack, as we were involved in some contact and ended up ninth in race one. “We knew we could go somewhere from ninth on the grid in race two, but we didn’t know we’d get to the podium. Fastest lap was a bonus too, it feels so good to get my fi rst podium and we can feel confident now for whatever we do next year.” Chapman began race two on the fi fth row of the grid but went on to set the fastest lap with a time of 1 minute 48.140 seconds.

FOOTBALL: Oxford City Nomads beat Headington Amateurs at the OCN FC Stadium on Tuesday night in a 3-1 win. Also, Chinnor went through to the next round of the Floodlit Cup in a 2-0 win over Wokingham & Emmbrook on Tuesday night. Kidlington conquered Binfield in a 2-1 win at the weekend in the Hellenic League Premier to lift them up to fifth in the table.

Oxford prosper HOCKEY: Oxford Hockey Club’s ladies continued their winning ways with the 1st team winning 3-2 over Oxford Hawks’ 2nd team. A brace from Catherine Reaney and Annabelle Denly gave the ladies the win in the South League Division 2. It means they stay in sixth place in the league, with only four points separating the top six. Meanwhile, the men’s 1st team were beaten 4-1 by Maidenhead’s 1st team with Andy Wynd and Johnny Campbell netting for Oxford.

Cit crash out to Bognor in cup test HIGH-FLYING Oxford City were brought back down to earth with a bump after they crashed out of the Emirates FA Cup with a disappointing 4-2 defeat at lower-league Bognor Regis Town. City had led twice in the fi rst half of the third qualifying round tie, thanks to a Grant Smith own goal and Jose Lapoujade’s header but couldn’t hold the lead in the exciting tussle. Bradley Bubb’s cross was fumbled in to the net by goalkeeper Smith in the 13th minute with City dominating possession. However Bognor struck back with five minutes left in the fi rst half as City ‘keeper Laurie Walker spilled a cross and Bognor’s Doug Tick lurched forward only to be tripped by Oxford’s Alejandro-Adrian Santiago. Walker managed to get a hand to the effort but the net bulged, though, Oxford soon hit back with Lapoujade heading home a free-kick at the far post. Bognor’s equaliser came on 72 minutes as substitute Alex

Parsons barrelled the ball into the net and just three minutes later; he gave his side the lead. City looked shell-shocked and couldn’t recover as their defen-

sive frailties came back to haunt them with Jason Prior slotting in the fourth and killer goal. • Jose Japoujade (picture by Michael Allen)


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