WHEN Bill Herbert was a boy he was often told about the soldier who would have been his uncle if he had survived the First World War.
Vintage buses dating back as far as the 1950’s are set to return to Oxford roads this Easter Bank Holiday Monday.
AN MP will be given a tour of a museum and learn about the support it receives from a committee set up to help sustain its future.
A CONSERVATION group has received £8,000 to set up an exhibition on 900 years of history of the Wychwood Forest.
EVERY month archivist Steve Berridge transcribes the war diary and regimental chronicle of the 2nd Battalion of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry.
THE Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum has a 'safe' future, according to its director, following the launch of a review of the county's museum service.
THE director of the Ashmolean has been brought in to lead a major review of Oxfordshire Museum Service, amid warnings that it is in a 'challenging position' following large-scale cuts.
Visitors to Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum have raised the funds needed to save for the nation a hoard of Saxon coins discovered by a metal detectorist in a south Oxfordshire field.
THE World War II St Nazaire Raid took place 75 years ago today.