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Little Rollright in Oxfordshire - An entire Cotswold village has gone on the market with a price tag of £18m. The hamlet includes a manor house, rectory, five cottages, barns and more than 500 acres of land. The only thing not thrown in is the Grade II*-listed church of St Philip in the centre of the village. Once owned by Oxford University's Lincoln College, Little Rollright was bought by its present owner about 10 years ago.

Little Rollright in Oxfordshire - An entire Cotswold village has gone on the market with a price tag of £18m. The hamlet includes a manor house, rectory, five cottages, barns and more than 500 acres of land. The only thing not thrown in is the Grade II*-listed church of St Philip in the centre of the village. Once owned by Oxford University's Lincoln College, Little Rollright was bought by its present owner about 10 years ago.

Lower Sixth English IB and A level students enjoyed a performance of Twelfth Night in spectacular settings last night. The promenade performance moved round the gardens of Worcester College in the balmy evening light. With costumes by the RSC and Professor Bate as executive director, this intimate student production showcased the best of Oxford’s talent.

Lower Sixth English IB and A level students enjoyed a performance of Twelfth Night in spectacular settings last night. The promenade performance moved round the gardens of Worcester College in the balmy evening light. With costumes by the RSC and Professor Bate as executive director, this intimate student production showcased the best of Oxford’s talent.

Cambridge University is characterized less by a proper campus than a collection of colleges, medieval churches, courtyards, and wisteria-filled gardens. The town of Cambridge originated in Roman times, and the university dates back to 1209. The exact founding story is unknown, but the version told to Cambridge students recounts that some Oxford scholars chased out after the accidental shooting of a peasant fled to Cambridge, where they established a new university. The prestigious university…

Cambridge University is characterized less by a proper campus than a collection of colleges, medieval churches, courtyards, and wisteria-filled gardens. The town of Cambridge originated in Roman times, and the university dates back to 1209. The exact founding story is unknown, but the version told to Cambridge students recounts that some Oxford scholars chased out after the accidental shooting of a peasant fled to Cambridge, where they established a new university. The prestigious university…

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