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I have played the alto saxophone since joining the Horns of Plenty street band in February 2008. The band kindly gave me some free lessons with professional saxophonist / flautist Pete McPhail to get me up to speed. After a couple of years I…

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This is a letter from Libby and the Community Cupboard team thanking Jubeen for her help securing Halal food for the muslim families supported through the community cupboard.

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This is a letter from Libby and the Community Cupboard team sent to Hassan and Leonard. It thanks them for their support during Ramadan supporting the more vulnerable families in Oxford.

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Community Newsletter put together by residents, community organisations and Oxford City Council community workers. This item includes both the May and June editions."Covid 19 has really shown local communities responding to support those who are more…

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Bury Knowle is a park located off of London Road in Headington. If you are lucky enough to take a socially distant trip there during lockdown you might find the Bury Knowle Park Snake. Started by Oxford Rocks UK, the snake is (currently) made up of…

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The three 'closed' signs are in Little Clarendon Street. The empty thoroughfare is St Giles .

Of course, we miss seeing our friends and family, particularly the grandchildren, who grow up so fast that six weeks may seem a lifetime slipped away.…

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Oxford Together, created by the Oxford Hub, is raising money to fund volunteer coordination within the community. With a target of £15,000, all donations will help Oxford Together support at-risk residents by providing much needed supplies, such as…

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"Been out for a walk on my own as have barely left the house in 3 weeks and needed the exercise . Although it was nice to see that people are isolating it was also so weird seeing Oxford city so empty, I have never in my whole life seen it like…

Applause at Derwent Avenue, Headington, Oxford on the 27th of March 2020.

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We live in a small community of students and their spouses. I only learnt one of our neighbours' partner is a Doctor because the virus meant we were making sure everyone was looked after and could get in touch if they needed anything.

At 8pm we…
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