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A VOLUNTEER who was involved with the Salvation Army for nine decades has died aged 98.
The founder of a well-known Oxfordshire coach company has died aged 93...
A stalwart of the women’s section of the British Legion in Kidlington has died aged 96...
Chef travelled the world creating top dishes for the rich and famous
PHILIP Young, who has died aged 66, was a prolific face of motorsport who founded the East Hendred-based Endurance Rally Association.
MOLLIE FLETCHER, who helped shape a new future for West Challow with her husband, has died 105.
LADY Penelope Nairne, who passed away aged 87, was a campaigner for the ordination of women in the Church of England and the founder and president of family charity Home-Start Oxford.
DR Tim Lusty, who died aged 76, was a local farmer and doctor whose pioneering work helped shape Oxfam’s humanitarian work in the 1970s and 1980s.
Leslie George Goulding, who has died aged 91, was a clinical scientist who played a key role in the development of modern heart-monitoring systems
A SECOND World War bomber pilot and former flying instructor at RAF Brize Norton has died aged 95.
A FORMER diplomat who was principal of Somerville College and oversaw the admission of its first male students has died aged 81.
A DISABLED woman who became one of Churchill Hospital’s longest-serving employees has died aged 84.
LADY Wardington, better known as Audrey White, a red-headed model once branded after an audition “too beautiful” to become a BBC television announcer, has died aged 87.
AN OXFORD poet and historical biographer has died aged 79.
SALLY Chilvers, who has died aged 99, was a former principal of Lady Margaret Hall who oversaw its transition to admitting men as well as women.
A FORMER civil servant of five decades who worked with MI6 in the former West Germany has died aged 85.
A FORMER Summertown city councillor who championed neighbourhood causes has died aged 70.
A PHYSICIST and poet from Oxford has died aged 70.
A FORMER reporter and prolific letter writer, Jack Loftin, has died, aged 87.
RIGHT-TO-DIE campaigner Jean Davies, who has passed away aged 86 after starving herself to death, used her harrowing last days to highlight the absence of assisted dying legislation in the UK.
A LOCAL historian and teacher from Oxford has died, aged 83.
A FORMER Oxford don who founded what became the Oxford Centre for Criminology has died aged 97.
ANN Ducker, who has died aged 71, led South Oxfordshire District Council twice, once in 1995 and from 2003 until her death – making her one of Oxfordshire’s longest serving council leaders.
Shop owner ran popular Maton’s with husband John for 21 years
THE former proprietor of a well-known shop in Kidlington has died aged 94.
A historian and former Oxford college warden who was a renowned expert on the history of Spain and Latin America has died aged 96.
A tireless advocate of a city organisation that supports people with disabilities and their families has died aged 76...
Pioneering feminist and author who championed natural childbirth
A LINGUIST and Oxford academic who developed a theory known as integrationism has died aged 83.
AN ARCHAEOLOGIST and fellow of All Souls College who was a foremost authority on Roman Britain has died aged 98.
A FOUNDING fellow and dean of degrees of St Catherine’s College has died aged 91.
AN ECONOMIST and Oxford don who advised Margaret Thatcher has died aged 88.
The charismatic rowing coach behind Oxford’s most successful period in the history of the Boat Race has died aged 69
JIM Tanner, who has died aged 91, worked in the Cowley car industry for more than 40 years and served as a soldier in the Second World War.
A FORMER Wantage GP, medical historian and artist has died aged 90.
A WEST Oxfordshire businessman who helped build a new squadron of Spitfire planes has died aged 59.
A FOOD writer and author who ran a successful Oxfordshire bread company has died aged 60.
A VILLAGE stalwart who served on West Hanney Parish Council for 37 years has died aged 76.
Baroness James of Holland Park, who has died aged 94, was a critically-acclaimed mystery novelist and creator of fictional policeman Adam Dalgliesh.
AN ENGLISH language teacher who founded a school in North Oxford has died aged 76.
CONCERT promoter, former club owner, and one of the Oxford music scene’s best-known figures, Philip Guy Davis has died at the age of 78.
A SHOPKEEPER who was a community stalwart of Kidlington for three decades has died aged 84.
A RESPECTED Oxford sociologist and architect of the comprehensive school system has died aged 91.
A FAMILY doctor who was part of Oxford’s first all-women medical practice has died aged 99.
THE 11th Duke of Marlborough, who has died aged 88, made it his life’s work to preserve Blenheim Palace for the future.
A MUSICIAN and sound engineer who manufactured and distributed Oxford band Supergrass’s first single has died, aged 40.
AN AWARD-winning builder of model aeroplanes from Abingdon has died aged 76.
A BUTCHER who ran a shop in Bicester for 42 years has died aged 72.
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