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  • Savills Banbury welcomes new residential sales agent

    Savills has appointed Catherine Scandrett as a senior negotiator to its residential sales team in Banbury. An experienced local agent, Catherine has worked for Savills for 14 years, after joining as a graduate and going on to qualify as a chartered surveyor in 2007. Catherine spent ten years with...
  • Big Picture Success

    The Big Picture, which was launched back in March as a major fund-raising event for the Heseltine Gallery, has raised an astonishing £4,193 for the gallery which is based at Chenderit School. With the money raised, the grant from South Northants Council and the appointment of Katie Boyce as...
  • NEW MAGAZINE OUT NOW

    The May issue of Four Shires Magazine is out now. Between the covers this month you will find: Out and About: Plenty to see and do in the Four Shires this month – what will you do first? Arts: Our glorious feature this month is full to bursting with...
  • Nigel Fletcher Exhibition

    Nigel Fletcher will be exhibiting as part of the Upcoming Oxfordshire Artweeks festival and he sent the following thoughts to us at Four Shires Magazine and we are happy to share them with you now. “It seems to me that the Artweeks festival comes around very quickly each year!...
  • Whittlebury wins Wedding Award

    Whittlebury Park has won Venue of the Year in the south and overall Venue of the Year at Britain’s Asian Wedding Awards 2019. The unique Hotel and Spa venue have been hosting weddings for over 25 years and Asian weddings for over 15 years and this award is a...
  • A Clock winders Tale

    Voices Across Time (VaT) will take you on a tale into the depths of Adderbury’s history, unwinding an age-old mystery that has defined the community from the 1880’s to this very day. Commissioned by Friends of St Mary’s Adderbury (FOSMA), A Clockwinder’s Tale will be Voices Across Time’s second...
  • Home of the future?

    A child’s imagination can surprise, entertain and inspire. The next generation’s visions of the future can prove to be both insightful and unconventional, and that’s exactly what was discovered through a new competition from E.ON Energy recently.  To get a glimpse into what children think technology in the home...
  • Brackley Town Hall shortlisted for award

    Picture courtesy of Tom Pengilley Brackley Tow Hall has made the short list of twelve projects for RIBA East Midlands (Royal Institute of British Architects) 2019 Awards. We have previously featured the re-opening of this marvellous Northamptonshire building and it not hard to see why it has been shortlisted....
  • St Mary’s Church Adderbury receives new Gargoyles

    The stone restoration work of the Tower of St. Mary’s Church in Adderbury has reached an exciting milestone. Two stunning new stone gargoyles for the church tower were dedicated with a blessing by Canon Christopher Hall recently. The two new gargoyles represent an owl and a bat, two birds...
  • April Magazine is out now!

    The April issue of the Magazine is out now. Between the covers this month you will find: Letters: Your thoughts and comments Around the Shires: What’s been happening in the Four Shires recently? Whittlebury Hall: The Northamptonshire venue holds an open day Homes and gardens: Our feature this month...