My Favourites

My Favourites

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My Favourite Places

  • Natasha Lane

    My favourite places: Natasha Lane from Manor Oxford

    Property guru and city girl Natasha Lane is always on the hunt for the best spots in Bucks and Oxon - let's see what she's discovered...

  • My favourite places: Emma Deeley

    Super-stylish Emma Deeley, who owns The Tythe Barn in Launton with her husband Will, shares her favourite hidden gems found in Bucks & Oxon. Where first?

  • My Favourite Places: Louise Rice

    Lifelong Bucks local, Louise Rice, lets us in on a few of her most loved haunts when she's not running Dukes Bar in Princes Risborough.

  • My Favourite Places: Tim Henman

    Tim Henman, party animal - who'd have thought it? Ahead of Wimbledon, the Oxon-raised tennis legend talks wine, his local hangouts and, er, more wine with Muddy's Kerry Potter.

  • My Favourite Places (Meghan Markle agrees!)

    Cliveden House is one of Meghan Markle's favourite places - she spent her pre-wedding night here - but where does the historic country house hotel's owner Natalie Livingstone favour?

  • women portrait

    My Fave Places: florist Rachael Ashton

    She may be a self-confessed 'flower nerd' but this Bucks-based florist knows all the coolest spots in our area. Let's go on a magical mystery tour...

  • Where Clover goes

    Oxfordshire-based Clover Stroud, author of bestselling memoir Wild Other, lets us in on her coolest local hangouts.

  • saira khan woman sat back of car smiling

    Saira Khan’s favourite places

    The Loose Women livewire is a local lass (God, I love alliteration). Here's where you'll find her hanging out in our 'hood.

  • Artist’s hangouts

    Artist Bruce Munro has exhibited at the V&A, the Guggenheim and locally at Waddesdon Manor, his current work, the 2266-light installation 'Moonblooms', can be seen on the approach to Bicester Village. He talks family, food and living the simple life with Muddy.

  • We’ll take your advice, Natalie!

    Owner of Cliveden estate and the brains behind its first ever Literary Festival, Natalie Livingstone knows a thing or two about the local area. Here's where she likes to hang out.

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