In Conversation with Lime Cordiale
Brothers Oliver and Louis Leimbach – otherwise known as Lime Cordiale – caught up with us from their home in New South Wales, Australia ahead of their visit to Oxford’s O2 Academy in January.
Yes, dear reader, my Bridget Jones moment came when I was sent to Bicester Heritage to try out their Finest Hour experiences.
Longborough Festival Opera is an ambitious summer festival, taking place in a 500-seat home-grown theatre overlooking stunning views of the Evenlode valley. Rooted in the Cotswolds, the festival inspires a growing international reputation and a vibrant year-round programme of community work.
Organised annually by Alex Farrow and Harry Househam, the Oxfordshire Mind Comedy Gala is a partnership event run by Jericho Comedy to raise money for local mental health charity, Oxfordshire Mind. The countdown for the next instalment is on, and this year is certainly not one to be missed, with headliners including Rosie Jones, Angela Barnes and Esther Manito.
Castle Quay in Banbury has created a free enchanted land inside the centre where children can meet Santa and his friendly elves on Saturday 18th and on Monday 20th, Tuesday 21st, and Wednesday 22nd December.
Firefighters at Oxford’s Slade Park Fire Station are to cycle 350 miles for charity, but they won’t be going anywhere!
Give the gift that keeps on giving this Christmas with newly launched, Different Kind, with the perfect gifts for socially conscious friends and family alike.
The Concierge Medical Business and Young Entrepreneur Awards returned this year bigger and better for the 2021 event after being cancelled last year due to COVID. Held at the Cotswold House Hotel and Spa in Chipping Campden on Tuesday 23rd November and brilliantly compared by Loyd Grossman MBE, author, journalist, and TV presenter who brought down the house with his charm and quick wit.
Also commemorating its 20th Anniversary this year, The National Memorial Arboretum was founded by Commander David Childs as ‘a place where people’s lives would be commemorated among living trees that would grow and mature in a ‘world at peace’’.