Worshipping, crying and laughing together
As we all seek to reset our lives in light of the pandemic, it is great to see Marcus Green responding in innovative ways to restore congregational worship.
Seventy Years of Visitors
Blenheim Palace and Parkland, deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, should be on your list of must-see places during 2020.
Usually at this time of year, the area in which Jane Davidson lives – on the margins of Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire – is brimming with visitors. But it is of course quieter right
Share a good book with your youngsters
Fathers are important role models when it comes to reading.
Andrez Harriott & The Liminality Group
The CEO of The Liminality Group, Andrez Harriott, speaks about the impact of George Floyd's death on young people, and the importance of discussion.
Children will be taught in classrooms where safety, hygiene and social distancing are ‘absolute priorities.’ This is the message from Oxfordshire County Council as schools carry out
A Place to Dwell and Enjoy
Not a vast stately home and garden where you do not feel you can spend time soaking up the atmosphere
How and why we cry
The first time I saw my father cry I was torn between utter sadness and intrigue. Whether of grief or unadulterated joy, tears are the global watermark of human emotion. But why? How do tears
22-24 January 2021
One of the UK’s most successful and exciting art events, Oxford International Art Fair offers artists and galleries the opportunity to show their work and sell commission-free to an audience