New edition of the Four Shires Magazine is available locally now

The December issue of the Four Shires Magazine is out now and is full of plenty of Festive Cheer – Inside this month you will find:

  • Books: Christine Bridger of Old Hall Books in Brackley offers up plenty of books to enjoy this month
  • Forging Ahead: A New book by Matt Armitage offers a brand new look at the Fascinating history of Tooley’s Boat Yard in Banbury – We have a fabulous spread of pictures from this book featured in the December issue
  • Out and About: There is plenty to choose from when looking for something to do this month, see our ‘pick of the bunch’
  • Arty Bit: Barry Whitehouse of the Artery in Banbury shows us how to paint a Snowy Barn owl as part of his column this month
  • Picture Perfect: At Banbury Camera Club’s annual exhibition- we have four page dedicated to these talented photographers
  • Remembrance Day Parade: 100s of people took part in this years parade in Banbury, we are happy to have some fabulous pictures from the event in this months issue
  • The Big Red Box: Maggie Chaplin takes a look at the history of the public Telephone Box
  • CHRISTMAS: What more can we say a fabulously, festive feature that offers everything from Pantos to preparation guidance!
  • Food Review: We visit the Fox Inn at Chipping Norton for a tasty lunch!
  • In The Garden: What to do in the garden this month with David Williams
  • Countryman: George Fenemore reverts to more traditional fare for his Christmas meal as he discovers that Christmas may be coming, but there’s no sign of the goose getting fat!
  • Property: Some glorious properties are for sale in the area
  • Dirty Dancing: Bruce Cox talks Dirty Dancing as the Production comes to the Four Shires
  • Pictures from the past: What and who do you know in this months selection?
  • Squires hair: Local hair dresser celebrates 30 years in business
  • Samaritans: We chat to the director of the Samaritans in Banbury
  • Animal Antics: All creatures great and small cropped up around Northamptonshire village of Woodford Halse last month – see the pictures in this month’s issue