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  • Superflashy newsflash: What’s the local goss?

    27 Apr 2021

    Movers, groovers and gossipers, listen up! From fine-dining pop-ups to a certain high-end department store opening in Milton Keynes here’s all the hot goss from this week.

  • Oxford High Pre-Prep/Prep

    A small, spirited school in central Oxford offering Pre-Prep, Prep, and Senior across three sites. The city’s oldest girls’ school, Oxford High prides itself on a nurturing, feminist environment.

  • Posh paws: 8 accessories for stylish dogs

    26 Apr 2021

    Looking for a gift for your four-legged friend or a canine-loving pal? From pac-a-macs to dog beer, we’ve found the perfect pressies for pooch, all from independent stores

  • Heatherton School, Amersham

    Part of the Berkhamsted family of schools, Heatherton is a small and nurturing independent primary for girls. What in lacks in acreage it makes up in individual attention and pastoral care.

  • Morning routines for happy women: Scarlet Page

    From vegan shakes to guilt scrolling and morning spin classes, this is what a morning looks like for the rock and roll photographer.

  • Headington School, Oxford

    23 Apr 2021

    This smart, selective all-girls’ day school is a stone’s throw from Oxford city centre, and offers the option to board as well as more facilities than you can shake a stick at.

  • The best pubs for a sundowner

    22 Apr 2021

    So, as we’re all now free to roam (a little), it’s time to search out the best pubs in Bucks and Oxon that have the added benefit of a scenic view. Aperol Spritz (and Instagram) at the ready.

  • Ashfold School, Dorton, Mid Bucks

    Muddy says: This bucolic co-ed prep school for day pupils and boarders in the rolling hills of Buckinghamshire is family-oriented with a deserved reputation for its all-rounder offering.

  • The Double Red Duke, near Faringdon

    A stylish, 17th-century coaching inn that serves excellent food cooked over flames and boasts 19 beautiful bedrooms in which to stay.

  • Day at the beach, anyone?

    The sun’s making an appearance this weekend (at long last) so we’re thinking impromptu, socially-distanced daytrip to the coast. Who’s in?

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