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Winter Sparkle Fashion Show

Andy Davies
Posted by Andy Davies, on November 8, 2019

Enjoy fashion and a free glass of fizz to raise money for Katharine House Hospice Banbury and Bicester College have partnered with Katharine House Hospice to invite the local community to a charity fashion show. Banbury and Bicester College will be opening the doors to its Broughton Road campus on Thursday 21 November for people […]

British Motor Museum – Festive Fun!

Rob Checkley
Posted by Rob Checkley, on October 29, 2019

Festive activities start on 7 December with our Christmas Craft Weekends on 7 & 8, 14 & 15, 21 & 22 December. Come and make a Robin, Snowman or Father Christmas then attach them to pullback wheels and watch them go on our Festive race track! The Museum’s Christmas elves will also be stopping by […]

The Royal British Legion “Remember Together”

Rob Checkley
Posted by Rob Checkley, on October 29, 2019

This year, The Royal British Legion is asking for communities across Britain to ‘Remember Together’ the service and sacrifice, friendship and collaboration of the men and women of Britain, the Commonwealth and Allied nations who fought together in 1944. Remembrance Sunday is the second Sunday in November. This year it falls on the 10th November. […]

Vienna Festival Ballet return to The Mill

Rob Checkley
Posted by Rob Checkley, on October 29, 2019

Classical ballet takes centre stage once again when the highly acclaimed Vienna Festival Ballet Company return to town by popular demand, following huge acclaim for their recent productions of The Nutcracker and Coppelia. Their original production of Snow White will dazzle the whole family, telling the timeless fairy-tale of a journey through a magical world […]

Gardener’s Diary – November

Rob Checkley
Posted by Rob Checkley, on October 29, 2019

Mid to late autumn, can be an unpredictable time of the year – the first of the real night frosts will usually have already occurred, signalling the end of any remaining tender annual plants and making most gardeners consider the onset of winter. There is still time however, when weather permits, to finish any delayed […]

Lenny’s Cafè Bar, Banbury

Rob Checkley
Posted by Rob Checkley, on October 29, 2019

Lenny’s is a fresh new Cafè Bar located in the centre of Parsons Street, serving food & drinks all day everyday. Whether its a bacon sarnie in the morning, a lunchtime toastie or an evening steak we’ve got all the essentials to fill your cravings. With a variety of premium draught beers and wines, alongside […]

Network Arts @ The Heseltine Exhibition

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Andy Davies
Posted by Andy Davies, on October 28, 2019

Network Arts are pleased to be exhibiting for the first time at The Heseltine Gallery. This exhibition continues to celebrate their 30th Anniversary bringing together a range of quality contemporary and traditional art from emerging and established artists in the region. It features a diverse range of work by members in a variety of media, […]

SEVEN LEGAL IMPLICATIONS UK SME OWNERS SHOULD BE AWARE OF BEFORE BREXIT DEADLINE

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Andy Davies
Posted by Andy Davies, on October 17, 2019

LONDON: 11th October 2019 Small business owners should be planning for the impending exit from the EU on October 31st.  Commercial legal solicitors, Spratt Endicott have shared their top tips SME business owners should be aware of and putting into action in a bid to place their business in the best possible position ahead of the Brexit […]

Broughton Castle

Broughton Castle

Andy Davies
Posted by Andy Davies, on October 17, 2019

In about 1300 Sir John de Broughton built his manor house in a sheltered site at the junction of three streams and surrounded it with a substantial moat.   William of Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester and Chancellor of England bought the house in 1377. It then passed to William’s great-nephew Sir Thomas Wykeham and thence […]

Banbury hosts the launch of Happerley England

Rob Checkley
Posted by Rob Checkley, on September 30, 2019

On 5th September the first stage of the Happerley England Tour took place at Primrose Hill Farm Arlescote, Banbury in association with The Kitchen, one of Oxfordshire’s finest country eating houses. Guests learned about the Happerley England project and enjoyed a very exclusive feast of regional food and drink all sourced from Happerley Gold Standard […]

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