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THE REACTION: Tier 2 Christmas is a massive blow to Oxford’s hospitality industry. Our...

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Restaurants, pubs and cafes in Oxfordshire are still reeling from news of the Tier 2 Christmas guidelines set out by the government today which means that friends...

Bicester Virtual Christmas Fair snowballs with 1700 members and 90 small businesses taking part....

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When it became obvious that traditional Christmas markets would not go ahead this year, small makers, traders and businesses immediately worried about losing out on a massive...

Social media sensation ‘The Gin To My Tonic’ opens its first ever bar in...

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The Gin To My Tonic Bar opened in Faringdon on October 30 to great fanfare, a long-held dream of lifelong friends and fellow gin drinkers Emira Shepherd...

Young couple give Freeland’s Oxfordshire Yeoman a new lease of life, pub shop, takeaway...

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Paul Hughes and Anna Munday took on The Oxfordshire Yeoman pub in Freeland, perfectly situated between Woodstock, Witney and Eynsham, on October 27 – eight days before...

Can you help? Stonesfield raises £100k to turn The White Horse into a community...

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A community-led campaign to save Stonesfield’s last remaining pub, hit its first £100,000 milestone after a week of fundraising - but there is still a long way...

Breaking news: Blenheim’s £1.8m Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage grant enables new Winston Churchill...

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Blenheim Palace announced today that it has received a £1.8m grant from the government’s Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage to safeguard one of the UK’s most important...

Standing with Giants: Blenheim Palace marks Remembrance Day with 200 silhouetted soldiers thanks to...

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200, life-size Armistice Day soldier silhouettes has been assembled at Blenheim Palace ahead of Remembrance Sunday on November 8. In addition to the soldiers, the installation, which has...

“How Blenheim saved our Covid bacon!” Special needs farming charity opens new HQ on...

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Oxfordshire charity FarmAbility has opened new headquarters on the Blenheim Estate in Woodstock to provide skills and practical work experience for people with learning disabilities and autism.  It will...

Lockdown November: Oxfordshire’s hospitality industry is “beyond devastated” but determined to rise again

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"We cannot keep turning our businesses on and off like a tap. It is not sustainable," Paul Welburn, head chef at 215 Kitchen and Drinks in Summertown,...

No child will go hungry in Oxford during half term thanks to these local...

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Businesses and organisations across Oxfordshire are rallying this week to offer free food to families who are struggling during half term, and Oxford City Council has pledged...
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