DECEMBER ISSUE OUT NOW

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