Children will be taught in classrooms where safety, hygiene and social distancing are ‘absolute priorities.’ This is the message
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
Magpie Lane by Lucy Atkins
When Felicity disappears one night, each thread of the past unravels: how did it happen and who is responsible? Are all or any of the characters hiding something more, and are the actions that led to the little girl’s disappearance evil, misguided or even compassionate?
Losing Venus at Pitt Rivers
Pitt Rivers exhibition highlights the impact of British colonialism on queer lives around the world
Jess from @shesgotwealth has your back
Are you crap with your money?
The navigation of transgender rights in 2020
Non-binary transgender commentator, Katy Jon Went spends half their year travelling the country for talks and training (we speak at the end of February, following a trip to
Here Come The Girls
On January 16 2020, the Women’s Sport Trust launched a campaign that will involve 40 of Britain’s most successful and driven female athletes. The campaign is named ‘Unlocked’
This year to mark International Women’s Day, we are once again featuring the annual Oxford International Women’s Festival (OIWF). Approaching the festival, we took the opportunity
With Karen Bartholomew
Karen Bartholomew is associate artist in dance and engagement at Mind the Gap and co-creator of A Little Space. Karen has worked in the field of inclusive dance for around 15 years – 10