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June issue has hit the streets

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, along with celebrity guests, Pure Leith and Mike Tindall and now we bring you a spread of wonderful pictures from the event itself,
  • Out and about – Plenty to see and so this month throughout the shires
  • Working between the Shire and the Rock – a gallery of splended images by talented photographer Mark Boyd
  • Oxfordshire Artweeks – We visit some of the artists who displayed their works at this year’s event
  • Family snapshots with Oxfordshire backdrops – A celebration of Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg
  • Summer events and family activities – not long to go until the holidays now and we have plenty of ideas on how to spend your summer days, why not have a go at a few of the things which feature in our A-Z of Summer!?
  • WIN…WIN…WIN – We have a whole host of competitions to enter and tickets to win this month including; Prescott Bike Festival, Cornbury music Festival, Fairport’s Cropredy Convention and Battle Proms at Blenheim Palace
  • Banbury and the Oxford Canal, Past and Present – a wonderful picture led feature about Banbury’s famous canal
  • The June Garden – David Williams offers his monthly tips
  • NGS – Plenty of gardens to visit this month and all in aid of a wonderful charity
  • Countryman – Wonders where the birds have gone
  • Mollington Point to Point – We attend the Races at Mollington
  • Clerical Errors – Maggie Chaplin talks hangings amongst other things
  • The Yew Tree – We sample the sumptuous food at The Yew Tree in Avon Dassett
  • Pictures from the past – Who can you recognise and what can you tell us about the photographs featured?

This is just a little of what we bring you in this month’s magazine. Pick up your copy now and tell us what you think…Email [email protected], we love to hear from our readers.