The Christmas carol The Holly and the Ivy has been a much-cherished part of Christmas traditions in this country since the 1700s. But what is the significance of this beautiful evergreen?
Monday 13 November marks World Kindness Day, but at the time of writing I’m on my period and everyone is pissing me off, so I’m preaching about self-kindness again instead.
Dr Mai Musié, Ancient Historian/Public Engagement Specialist “The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there”. The famous opening line of L P Hartley’s
Language has seen a surge of importance over the last decade as increasingly, people have used it to express their identity, whether that be in the form of gender pronouns, terms to describe different sexualities, races or ethnicities.
24th - 29th
Star Soup Tue 24 October | 11 – 11.45am and 1 – 1.45pm The North Wall Arts Centre, OX2 7JN Age 7 – 12 We’re all made of stardust, but what makes a star? The
19th - 22nd
Pandemic board games Thu 19 October | 4 – 7pm Oxfordshire County Library, OX1 1DJ Teenage / Adult A special edition of Oxfordshire County Library’s weekly Board Game club.
Origami club Sat 14, 21 and 28 October 11am – 12pm Oxfordshire County Library, OX1 1DJ Teenage / Adult Learn how to fold paper through the ancient art and simple pleasure
9th - 12th
Lego Club Mon 9 and 16 October | 3 – 5pm Oxfordshire County Library, OX1 1DJ Under 7s / Age 7 - 12 With thousands of individual pieces, the Oxfordshire County Library Lego collectionis
Brilli-ANT: how someone small changed a big story Fri 6 – Sun 29 October The Story Museum, OX1 1BP Tue – Sun: 9.30am – 5.30pm (daily during half term) Under 7s / Age