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  • Dallas Burston Polo Club raise over £14,000 for charity

    Ladies Day is a yearly event held at Dallas Burston Polo Club that aims to encourage the attendance of female fans of Polo. This year’s proceedings saw a record breaking 600+ attendees enjoying the festivities and over £14,000 raised for The UK Sepsis Trust and The Prince’s Trust. A...
  • Adderbury church Lottery winner

    St Mary’s Church, Adderbury has received a confirmed grant of £290,400 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for its tower restoration project. Thanks to money raised by National Lottery players, the project aims to make essential repairs to the historic church tower, which is on English Heritage’s ‘At Risk...
  • Who said retirement was all about pipe and slippers!

    Motorcycle enthusiast Alan Murray, has spent the past 14 years restoring an Excelsior Talisman Twin 250cc classic motorbike and now he’s ready to take to the roads around Rugby. The project was a real labour of love for Alan (73) who has been passionate about motorbikes since he was...
  • A visit to RAF Cosford was more than just a day at a museum; it was a trip down memory lane.

    Residents from a local retirement village near Dunchurch visited RAF Cosford Museum to celebrate 100 years of the RAF, but little did Judith Carter, the event organiser know, there would be an extra surprise in store for her in the shape of the world’s first jet airliner. Judith’s father...
  • JULY ISSUE OUT NOW

    The July issue of the magazine is out now and available to buy from local stockists. This bumper edition of YOUR magazine includes: WIN tickets to the Silverstone Classic Out and About – There is plenty to enjoy in our glorious shires this month Barry Whitehouse of The Artery...
  • Oxford’s Own Fringe Festival

    The end of June brings all the best elements of Fringe Festivals to Oxford.  Offbeat, created in 2016 by Oxford Playhouse and Old Fire Station, has shows in more venues than previous years, including high profile comedians and fourteen fabulous shows that can be seen before they head off...
  • Banbury Womens Football Team Swap Their Shirts for Skirts

    Castle Quay Shopping Centre and Banbury United Women’s Football Team have come together again for a new set of images as part of the #QuayLooks campaign, focusing on occasionwear. With the hundreds of weddings, race days, christenings, and all sorts of other big occasions that occur during the Summer,...
  • City of Oxford College

    SAE Oxford opened up its live room to the City of Oxford College’s talented music students recently, who came in various groups throughout the day to record songs for their EPs, part of an ongoing partnership that is seeing both the college students and SAE’s Audio Production students benefit...
  • New Magazine Out Now

    The June issue of the Four Shires Magazine is out now and packed full of fantastic pictures, editorials and features. Included between the covers this month you will find: Katharine House Hospice Gala Dinner – we were proud to be media partner for this event, attended on the evening,...
  • Local designer, Charlotte Hupfield, celebrated at BCTF

    Daventry ceramicist, Charlotte Hupfield, was recognised for the superb quality of her work at the British Craft Trade Fair (BCTF), which took place from April 8 – 10 at The Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate. The show organisers held their annual awards ceremony on Monday April 9 after the show...