NHS Celebrity Charity Gala!
On Friday September 17th, the black-tie event, ICON, took place at the glorious Landmark Hotel London. The event was a truly memorable occasion marking the end of lockdown and a chance to unwind and enjoy the fruits of life once more whilst giving thanks for the great work, and sacrifice, that the NHS has undertaken.
UPDATE: After attending opening night we were blown away by the dazzling talent, the infectious music, the stand-out dance moves, the audacious wit and the powerful retelling of these stories
No matter your age, visit the British Motor Museum this half term from 23 – 31 October to be dazzled by science!
Ahead of their Glow Your Own project for IF Oxford, the science and ideas Festival, Cj talks about place, gender, mental health and more. They work at a lively, friendly bar and as a horticulture volunteer at a community garden.
Advancements in The Science of Diabetes
This year marks the 100-year anniversary of the discovery of insulin, the hormone responsible for regulating blood sugar levels in the body. We talk to Branwen Bindra, a volunteer with Diabetes UK, and Oxfordshire mum Sam, to hear their stories.
So many things have had to change due to the Covid pandemic, and this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show, sponsored by M&G, was another casualty due to the late spring restrictions.
‘Direct from electrifying audiences in London, Toronto, Germany and New York, Jim Steinman’s spectacular musical Bat Out of Hell hits the road on a UK tour in 2021/22.
After the wonderful success previously of the live music stage at Thame Food Festival, this fabulous feature is set to return again. The dedicated stage will be hosted and presented by the Thame Music Academy, sponsored by local company Adactus
Fitch & Fellows in Thame is a shop like no other. Downstairs is an eclectic mix of art and hand-crafted items created by innovative newcomers, to very established artists and makers throughout the country.