Category Archives: St Giles

Waiting with bated breath for Oxford’s elections

So, what will be the outcome of the elections for Oxford City Council? We are one hour away from the results as I start writing. Local elections are supposed to be just that – you should vote for the individual … Continue reading

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Signs of no cultural hinterland in Oxford

I wrote a post a few days ago called Signs obscuring the sights of Oxford about the forest of metal obscuring the view of the Clarendon Building. I was trying to work out how anyone could do this, could be … Continue reading

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Silly twee lights in St Giles

A correspondent takes up my invitation to tell me about things which contribute to the visual decline of Oxford, whether caused deliberately or by neglect. I have a pretty long list of my own to get through, but it includes … Continue reading

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Gents in St Giles Oxford

This group of notices was photographed on Saturday 3 February on the railings of the lavatories at the south end of St Giles in Oxford. I glimpsed the white one a few days ago and went back to photograph it … Continue reading

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