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Gastropubs in Oxfordshire

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Asthall

Maytime Inn

Aston Tirrold

Sweet Olive at Chequers Inn

Bampton

Clanfield Tavern
Vines

Banbury

Black Boy Inn
Reindeer

Buckland

The Trout Inn at Tadpole Bridge

Buckland Marsh

Trout at Tadpole Bridge

Burcot

The Chequers Inn

Burford

Lamb Inn
Swan Inn

Christmas Common

Fox and Hounds

Church Enstone

Crown Inn

Faringdon

The Eagle

Farnborough

Inn at Farnborough

Goring-on-Thames

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Henley on Thames

Orwells at Shiplake
The Cherry Tree Inn

Henley-on-Thames

Little Angel

Hook Norton

Gate Hangs High Inn

Kingham

The Kingham Plough
Tollgate Inn

Lower Shiplake

The Baskerville

Lower Wolvercote

Trout Inn

Minster Lovell

Mill and Old Swan

Oxford

Fishes (The)
Magdalen Arms

Rotherfield Peppard

Greyhound

Stanton St John

Star

Stoke Row

Crooked Billet

Swerford

Masons Arms

Thame

Thatch (The)

Watlington

The Lambert Arms

Witney

The Fleece
The Navy Oak
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Brit Quote:
Capitalism is the astounding belief that the most wickedest of men will do the most wickedest of things for the greatest good of everyone - John Maynard Keynes
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On this day:
Oxford surrenders to the Roundheads - 1646, The Legendary Newbury Coat Made - 1811, Worlds First Live Satellite Broadcast - 1967
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