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Diehard Oxford United supporter Mark Creed is the co-founder of Idlewild Hairdressing, which has salons in Oxford, Witney and Abingdon.
Mane Man
Esther Lafferty is the anchor of the hugely successful Oxfordshire Artweeks festival and a keen triathlete.
Where the Grass is Greener
Naomi Heffer is a 20-year old Oxford student with an eclectic mix of interests which include social media, travelling, singing and biomedical sciences.
University Challenge
Becca Ritchie-Timms was originally drawn to the city for her degree. Now, almost 10 years later, she considers herself an Oxford girl through and through.
Classical Considerations
Sylvia Warren graduated from Oxford in biology, after diversions in precious metals, parasites, and archaeology. She now works for Blackwell’s as their University of Oxford Liaison.
Page Turner
Julie Ann Godson is an author, speaker and ex-Oxford University historian. She has a particular passion for the history of our county and lives in a converted piggery in rural West Oxfordshire.
Memories of the Vale
Rick Fox is an enthusiastic disciple of all things food and wine, to the despair of his doctor. His spare time is spent seeking out rare mushrooms and obscure psychedelic rock albums.
The Grapevine
JACK TELFORD is a musician, history student and part-time West Bromwich Albion fan. He can be found pouring bad pints at The White Rabbit.
Gig Guru
Jeremy Smith is a multi-award-winning journalist and columnist who has written about Oxford for more than 10 years. He lives in - and loves – Kidlington.
Man About County
Mother of two Annette Cunningham is a freelance travel writer and columnist, working in media communications. She has two daughters at university and lives in Kidlington.
The After Life
Renée Watson runs her own Oxford based science consultancy WATS.ON, where she boasts the delicious title of ‘Head of Explosions’.
The Big Bang
Shaunna Latchman works in media communications, writes her own successful blog, and is a regular contributor to several websites.
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