2 02, 2021

Start the Week brings back memories of Oxford in the eighties . Contrasting realities for Robert Maxwell with running a small business

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Gill and I in the unventilated basement.  Compare it with Maxwell's council house,  Headington Hall https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000rtxv?f Good programme about Robert Maxwell who rented Headington Hall from Oxford City Council for £7,500 in 1978 http://www.headington.org.uk/history/listed_buildings/headhillhall.htm? Before we set up at the

24 09, 2010

The Artist Observes by Sylvia Vetta – published on a hoarding @The Radcliffe Observatory Quarter for Open Doors Oxford

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The Radcliffe Observatory Quarter is one of the most significant development projects the University of Oxford has undertaken for more than a century. It is a 10-acre site in central Oxford, bound by the Woodstock Road, Somerville College, Walton Street, Observatory