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This cosy little place woos fans with its rich mix of British and Mediterranean flavours, friendly service and intimate setting...

The Annual Meeting will be asked to approve an ongoing DVTG Management Committee from representatives of the parishes and bus users and to adopt a constitution. The meeting is open to all residents of the Downlands Villages.

Both sultry and stylish, this energetic Moroccan-inspired bar-restaurant has hanging lanterns, draped fabrics, low lighting, warm colours and a fun, fresh vibe...

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A 3-mile walk northwest along the Thames from the city centre brings you to this old-world pub with a spruced-up interior...

This coolly contemporary independent coffee shop pulls in caffeine fiends with its stripped-back, bare-white decor, easygoing atmosphere and top-quality espresso from its Birmingham-based roastery.

A pamphlet containing the latest plans and developments in the refurbishment project is being distributed in the October Blewbury Bulletin. There will also be a public meeting to discuss the project in the Hall at 2.30 pm on Sunday 2 October.

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Themed around a Spanish kitesurfing town, this low-key lounge spot is big on neo-Moorish style, with cushioned booths, low-slung tables, tile-patterned sinks and cushy beanbags...

The deadline for editorial and advertising in the November issue is 7.30 pm on Wednesday 19th October.

Claret-coloured walls and mismatched furniture set the scene for a laid-back gastropub, popular with students and foodies alike...

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Lord of the Rings author JRR Tolkien is buried with his wife Edith at Wolvercote Cemetery, 2 miles north of Oxford city centre...

Rents punts, row boats and motor boats, and offers a variety of cruises along the River Isis from Oxford...

With a sunny front terrace and a tiny interior, family-run Oli’s is well off the tourist track but absolutely worth seeking out. A Thai chef lends authenticity to the short but delicate, dynamic menu...

Oxford Bus Company runs 'The Airline' service to/from Heathrow (£23, 1½ hours) and Gatwick (£28, two hours) airports.

We are pleased to say that the independent Examiner appointed by the Vale of White Horse DC to review our Plan has not only endorsed it but has been extremely complimentary about both the village and the Plan.

Join the glitterati in your finest outfit for the biggest racing meet of the year, going strong since 1711...

Oxford's busiest club and live-music venue hosts everything from big-name DJs and international touring artists to indie bands and hard rock.

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This Cowley Rd institution is a hugely popular brunching destination, decorated with classic posters, warm yellow walls, chunky mirrors and a plaster-cast clown in an ice bath...

Check out the artisanal roastery behind Oxford’s favourite cafe, then relax over a flat white or grab a bag of the house roast for the road. From Magdalen Bridge, head a mile along Iffley Rd then Magdalen Rd.

Each August Bank Holiday weekend, up to 87,000 revellers descend on the industrial town of Reading for one of the country’s biggest rock-music events...

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Legendary open-mic night, featuring musicians, poets, writers and all sorts of bohemian performers.

Atomic comes with the Fallout Challenge, which involves consuming a triple burger stack complete with fear-inducing ghost-chilli hot sauce...

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