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  • SEPTEMBER ISSUE OUT NOW

    The September issue of the magazine is available to purchase now. Between the covers this month you will find, amongst others Out and About: Plenty to see and do in the Four Shires this month, what will you do first? Equestrian: One of our features this month, includes some...
  • Construction work commences at Hayfield’s former WWII Airfield in Oxfordshire

    Award-winning residential developer Hayfield has commenced construction on its most challenging project to date; the conversion and new build redevelopment of the 21-acre former Stanton Harcourt WWII Airfield in West Oxfordshire. The £25million scheme – which will be known as Hayfield Green – has a two-year build programme. The...
  • Thatching

    Luxury housebuilder supports thatching industry with ‘unique’ Oxfordshire new-build development Quintessential thatched cottages have decorated picture-postcard villages across the UK countryside since the Bronze Age. Centuries ago master thatchers were very much part of the community and would have been found practicing their trade in most rural villages in...
  • Sunflower Lanyard Scheme

    As part of Aylesbury Waterside Theatre’s commitment to accessibility and theatre for all, the venue has announced their support of the Sunflower Lanyard scheme. the sunflower lanyards are an initiative enabling those with a hidden disability who may require additional help to be easily recognised and assisted as needed....
  • August issue out now

    The August issue of the Magazine is available to purchase now, between the covers this month you will find: An Alpine Climb Plenty to see and do around the Four Shires this month – see Out and About for our pick of the bunch! White Horse Gallery opens: We...
  • Prescott Hill climb Success

    The ninth annual Prescott Bike Festival took place at Prescott Hill Climb (home of the Bugatti Owners Club) last month.  The few showers didn’t dampen the brilliant fundraising weekend for blood bikes. Many visitors have taken to social media hailing it the ‘best ever’ in regards to the magnificent...
  • Family run Banbury business moves to new premises

    Edd Frost & Daughters have expanded their business in Banbury by taking premises at Canada Close on the Marley Way Estate, located just off the Southam Road in Banbury. Edd Frost, a qualified Funeral Director and brought up locally in Banbury, has quickly built up his own reputation based...
  • Banbury Bid launches new App

    Banbury BID teams up with award-winning app provider to boost the town’s digital footprint Banbury Business Improvement District (BID) has teamed up with an award-winning town app, LoyalFree, to boost the area’s digital footprint. The initiative has been spearheaded by BID Manager, Jo Holland, to enable levy paying businesses...
  • 66 High Street Changes

    66 High Street, previously occupied by the Leeds Building Society has recently been sold by Banbury Charities to a private purchaser looking to retain and enhance the ground floor retail accommodation but in general develop a number of quality residential units within the building. White commercial advises that in...
  • July Magazine is out now!

    The July issue of Four Shires Magazine is available to purchase locally now. Between the covers this month you will find: Blakesley Show: With Blakesley Show fast approaching we preview the popular Northamptonshire event Never Say Never: Local Sports Commentator Nick Harris has released his new book and we...