Wonderful wines, perfect poultry and fantastic festive firs are a Christmas staple that Oxfordshire traders will be serving up as advent approaches.
THE son of JRR Tolkien has welcomed the Bodleian's Libraries' highest honour for his father's work to bring his legacy into the public eye.
CELEBRATIONS of the bard in the 400th year since his death are continuing at the Bodleian Libraries tomorrow.
'SHALL I compare thee to a summer's day?' is arguably Shakespeare's most famous line, and also a favourite of poet Simon Armitage.
MORE than nine million people visit Oxford every year to explore the university, watch sports games and take in a city steeped in history and culture.
SIXTH form students from nine schools across Oxfordshire were able to quiz Kenneth Clarke MP as part of a political debate event at the Bodleian Library.
AN EXHIBITION marking 400 years since the death of Oxford geographer Richard Hakluyt has gone on show at the city's Bodleian Library.
VISITORS have a week left to see a display at the Bodleian Library charting some of the ground-breaking scientific discoveries that have helped to combat tuberculosis.
THE Bodleian Library has lodged an application to renew its premises licence for weddings and civil partnerships.
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