Bunkfest: The legend continues

There was a time when the summer festival was a spontaneous and uplifting gathering of like-minded people. A coming together of people to enjoy entertainment,

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The top 5 summer murder mysteries

With it being the summer time (although looking out the window you would never know it) in Southern Oxfordshire it’s time to start getting excited

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Dulcie Grey and Wallingford

Actress Dulcie Gray, who went to school in Wallingford, died at the age of 95 on 15th November 2011 but certainly packed a lot into

Midsomer’s top 3 murder books

Packing some good books in your holiday suitcase can help you relax even more on your South Oxfordshire weekend break – why not pick those

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Midsomer Murders extras sing to win

Visiting South Oxfordshire you'll see plenty of traditional churches, and the choir members of one parish church in Wallingford, South Oxfordshire have even appeared as

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Agatha Christie helps Midsomer Murders

Fifteen letters written by Agatha Christie, England's grand dame of crime writing, have just gone on display at Wallingford museum - if Barnaby needs to

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Cycling in South Oxfordshire

Detective Inspector Barnaby, as played by John Nettles, was certainly no bicycling bobby. But many of us prefer getting from A to B by two

Did Agatha Christie want to kill off Poirot?

It seems inconceivable that a crime writer would want to kill off one of their most lucrative characters. For instance, would Caroline Graham, creator of

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