• February 2014 Crossword

    Crossword - February 2014

    Enter February's crossword competition to win a bottle of Macon-Verze Domaines Leflaive 2009.
  • Dec 2013 Crossword

    Crossword - December 2013

    Enter December's crossword competition to win a bottle of Macon-Verze Domaines Leflaive 2009.
  • Atomic 22

    Cycling Competition

    Tell us your fondest Oxford cycling memory to win some new bike kit.
  • Crossword Michaelmas 2013

    Crossword - October 2013

    Definitions and word lengths

    For this months crossword each clue contains a misprint of one letter in its definition part. The winner will receive a bottle of Macon-Verze Domaines Leflaive 2009.

  • Wine-tasting Competition

    Wine-tasting Competition

    Win a copy of Reds, Whites & Varsity Blues: 60 Years of the Oxford & Cambridge Blind Wine-tasting.
  •  Photography Competition

    Oxford Today Photography Competition 2013 winners

    Oxford Today launches the 2013 Photography Competition with the theme of ‘extreme weather’. The deadline for email-only submission of a single photo is 20 July 2013.
  • Crossword August 2013

    Crossword - August 2013

    Definitions and word lengths

    For this months crossword solvers should highlight or shade the 18 letters which spell out a quotation. The winner will receive a bottle of Macon-Verze Domaines Leflaive 2009.

  • Crossword

    Crossword - June 2013

    Definitions and word lengths

    For this months crossword solvers should highlight or shade the 18 letters which spell out a quotation. The winner will receive a bottle of Macon-Verze Domaines Leflaive 2009.

  •  Photography Competition

    Oxford Today Photography Competition 2013

    Oxford Today launches the 2013 Photography Competition with the theme of ‘extreme weather’. The deadline for email-only submission of a single photo is 20 July 2013.
  • April crossword

    Crossword April 2013

    Every clue contains one misprint in its definition part. Correct letters in across clues spell out a title, those in down clues the first line of a verse. The two unclued rows supply this verse’s fourth line.

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