Oxford

Oxford is a city on Oxfordshire, with a population of 150,200. It is the 52nd largest city in the United Kingdom and one of the fastest growing and most ethnically diverse. The city is known worldwide as the home of University of Oxford, the oldest university in the English-speaking world
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Cycling in Oxford is easy. If you learnt to ride a bike as a child, then you can pretty much just get hold of a bike and get out there.

Cycling in Oxford is easy. If you learnt to ride a bike as a child, then you can pretty much just get hold of a bike and get out there.

Cycling in Oxford is easy. If you learnt to ride a bike as a child, then you can pretty much just get hold of a bike and get out there.

Cycling in Oxford is easy. If you learnt to ride a bike as a child, then you can pretty much just get hold of a bike and get out there.

Womens Eights 2011

Womens Eights 2011

Hertford Bridge, popularly known as the Bridge of Sighs, is a skyway joining two parts of Hertford College over New College Lane in Oxford.

Hertford Bridge, popularly known as the Bridge of Sighs, is a skyway joining two parts of Hertford College over New College Lane in Oxford.

Vodafone in Oxford

Vodafone in Oxford

Vodafone in Oxford

Vodafone in Oxford

Cycling in Oxford is easy. If you learnt to ride a bike as a child, then you can pretty much just get hold of a bike and get out there.

Cycling in Oxford is easy. If you learnt to ride a bike as a child, then you can pretty much just get hold of a bike and get out there.

Cycling in Oxford is easy. If you learnt to ride a bike as a child, then you can pretty much just get hold of a bike and get out there.

Cycling in Oxford is easy. If you learnt to ride a bike as a child, then you can pretty much just get hold of a bike and get out there.

The pub ‘The Four Candles’ takes its name from the sketch written by Ronnie Barker for the television show The Two Ronnies, in which he starred alongside Ronnie Corbett. In the sketch, Barker walks into a hardware store and asks for 'four candles'. Corbett gives him the candles, but Barker had really wanted 'fork handles'

The pub ‘The Four Candles’ takes its name from the sketch written by Ronnie Barker for the television show The Two Ronnies, in which he starred alongside Ronnie Corbett. In the sketch, Barker walks into a hardware store and asks for 'four candles'. Corbett gives him the candles, but Barker had really wanted 'fork handles'

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