Sep 23 2012
Is the traditional rail ticket a thing of the past?
Gurteen Knowledge-Letter: Issue 147 – September 2012
Thame Rotary Club calling on all Swimmers
Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum
Western sanctions on China’s solar power sector should be treated as an opportunity.
Has CSS got a future in the UK?
Polish Film Festival Sets to Conquer!
Opera Anywhere presents The Mikado by Gilbert & Sullivan
MONEY TO BURN? LORDS TO INVESTIGATE EU ENERGY DECARBONISATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
The Ashmolean Museum unveils two new commissions made for the University of Oxfords colleges
My Travels in Poland
New Artistic Director Roxana Silbert Announces Birmingham Rep’s Exciting 100th Birthday Season
2012 Blenheim Palace Literary Festival at Woodstock
Power House Strategic Knowledge Management – Insights, Practical Tools & Technique – A book review
NEW MILLIONAIRE FROM HERTFORDSHIRE IN SEPTEMBER’S JACKPOT DRAW
The Energy North Awards – Nominations are Open!!!!
The Energy North Awards will take place on Friday 12th October 2012 at the Drumossie Hotel in Inverness. The evening celebrates the contribution businesses and individuals have made to developing the energy industry in the Highlands & Islands region whether it be a project, service, technology or investment in skills. Headline Sponsor is Harper Macleod, with event sponsors including Highlands & Enterprise, Technip, DECC. Javier Garcia, fund manager of the JB EF Russia Fund, Swiss and Global Asset Management, comments on Russia entering the WTOPaul Lewis, OAE, Elias String Quartet
OxfordOpen Doors Weekend
Over 100 local producers, purveyors and performers will descend upon Oxford Castle Quarter for Keeping It Local
Oxford Castle Quarter
Keeping It Local at Oxford Castle Quarter is all about local people pulling together. Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th September is set to see over 100 local producers, purveyors and performers from Oxfordshire or one of the surrounding counties descend upon Oxford Castle Quarter for Keeping It Local in a celebration of community spirit, and the riches on our door-step!
‘Chedham’s Yard’, the BBC Restoration winning site located in the village of Wellesbourne in Warwickshire is proving to be popular with visitors, old and young alike. The well preserved ‘time capsule’ and former 19th-century blacksmith’s and wheelwright’s workshop, has seen a steady influx of visitors since opening in June.
3 May 2012
Please ignore the e-mails seeking financial help which purports to come from me in Uganda or Madrid etc. I am thankfully alive and well in Oxford.