Sun.

Breakfast
The Rose, 51 High Street, Oxford Open: 10am-6pm

Beautiful Gardens
University of Oxford Botanical Garden, Rose Lane, Oxford Open: 9am-5pm

Mon.

Lunch
Café Coco, 23 Cowley Road, Oxford Open: 10am – 12 Midnight

Shopping
Blackwell Books, 48-51 Broad Street, Oxford

Tue.

Dinner
Fisher’s, 36-37 Clements Street, Oxford Open:12 Noon-10.30pm

Theatre
Oxford Playhouse, 11-12 Beaumont Street, Oxford Open: Call for times

Wed.

Lunch
Gee’s, 61 Banbury Road, Oxford Open: 10am – 10.39pm

Bike Hire
Bainton Bikes, 78 Walton Street, Oxford Open: 8.45 am – 5.30pm

Running
Oxford Hash House Harriers – Start time; 7pm from a pub (different location each week)

Thu.

Dinner
Café Rouge, 11 Little Clarendon Street, Oxford Open: 9am – 11pm

Jazz
The Spin at The Wheatsheaf, 129 High Street, Oxford Open: 8.15am

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Constantine Louloudis, President
Oxford v Cambridge Boat Race 2015


THE OXFORD MONDAY COVER

A few short days to go before the ‘2015 Boat Race’. The city of Oxford will be in front of the telly cheering on Oxford Blues and their President, Constantine Louloudis.

Louloudis is currently studying Classicist at Trinity College. His athletic career began pursing cricket. Not having the success he wanted to become a first team player. He came to rowing as a consolation sport.

Constantine is a seasoned veteran to this annual competition having won four of the last five meetings on the River Thames including 2014.

Once the season is completed Louloudis will set his sights squarely on the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.