Tuesday, December 10, 2019
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Festival fashion, by Gina Akers – “take full advantage of your ticket”

Festival season is upon us so time to get thinking festival fashion - if you haven't already! Festival...

Week Eight – Revolting thoughts face the guillotine

By Jamie Hill There's been a Stalinist purge in my internal thought processes. Any dissenting opinions have now been sent to the gulag part of my...

“For Whom the Bells Toll” – a weekend of interactive theatre and a hog...

This month marks Wilton Windmill's sixth Murder Mystery and Hog Roast fundraising event. The event is a fundraiser for the Windmill and it’s always popular...

Suicidal Monks, Dirty Habits and Mash Tun Mayhem!

A Blog by Brewery Bird Deep in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, on a farm in Hullavington (approx. six miles south of Malmesbury), it's 7.30am...

Our man in Japan: “the obliging cows are fed on beer”

Words by Bill Hill Bill Hill is living in Japan for the next few months learning the language and catching some rugby on his travels....

Are You Talkin’ To Me? A Film column by Jamie Hill

  “Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came” Robert Browning (1812–89) Thus, I had so long suffer’d, in this quest,   Heard failure prophesied so oft, been...

Can we live without technology?

Anna Clulow, seventeen, questions if we can live without technology and the benefits of taking time away from it. As technology is now mainstream and...

Do you know any mini ninjas?

Keep your kids entertained with sushi-making classes throughout August at YO! Sushi in Oxford and Reading. July 2017: YO!, the Japanese street food and sushi restaurant,...

Running out of excuses

Ocelot editor Jamie Hill is planning to run the Birmingham Marathon on October 15 in aid of ICP Support. Every month he’s been chronicling...

Top spots for history buffs in Oxfordshire

Given that Oxford contains the most esteemed and significant centre of knowledge in the entire world, it's unsurprising that it boasts are several museums,...
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