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...is displayed publicly at over 450 public locations across Oxford. Printed twice a week, it's like a post office window in poster format, crammed with our paid classfied ads, events listings, current reviews, cartoons and more. The sheet has been in continuous publication in Oxford since 1964!
Once known affectionately as 'The Pinup', this is our A4 weekly summary of upcoming Oxford event listings, handily printable for display purposes. Download it by clicking on the images on the right, or have it emailed directly to your inbox free of charge every Friday - just email email@example.com with "Single" or "Double" in the subject header. (For our full what's on listings, visit our Events pages.)
(For our full what's on listings, visit our Events pages.)
Our current map is Oxford: By Day and By Night (v.4 2010), which focuses on central Oxford daytime and evening attractions and covers outlying regions of the city from Headington to Summertown. You can download pages of this map for free via our Maps page.
We will post you one sample hard copy at no charge - simply email your name and postal address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are planning to produce v.5 at Easter 2012 - do email us if you'd like to be on it!
Our write-on, A2 size academic calendar (running Oct-Dec) carries term dates for both Oxford and Oxford Brookes Universities, plus all major holidays and Oxford events. We release it each year before Oxford university terms starts in October. Download a current copy here.
For your own hard copy, please email email@example.com with your name, postal address and the subject line '2011-12 planner' and we will send you one free (within Oxfordshire only - click here for out-of-county or multiple orders).
We also provide boxes of planners for colleges, offices etc. - call us on 01865 241133 or email us with how many you'd like.
See also our printable month-by-month online calendars - A4, in html format.
What's a PDF?
PDF stands for Portable Document Format. It is designed to allow you to view the file exactly as it would appear on paper, and is a proprietory format of Adobe. Although it suffers from many minor glitches, it provides the exact, platform-independent reproduction of documents as well as small file sizes.
To view one, you need to have Acrobat Reader installed on your machine. This is available for download free from Adobe here.
- Because PDFs are usually laid out for print, they can be easier on the eye than a web page.
- You can print the file out on your own printer easily and at better resolution than most other web images (ie. not fuzzy).
- If it's the DI sheet you want to look at, you can see the current version without having to leave your room!
PDF files can be large so may take a while to download if you're on a slow internet connection. Have patience!