Liz Woolley will give a talk in the Methodist Schoolroom at 7.30 pm on ‘Beer, Sausages and Marmalade: Oxford Food and Drink in the 19th Century’. In the nineteenth century Oxford became well-known for its ‘Celebrated Oxford Sausages’ and for Frank Cooper’s ‘Oxford Marmalade’ , and the brewing, baking and grocery trades. This talk will examine the fascinating relationship between food production, tourism and politics in the city. For more information contact Phil Mansell (Secretary) email history@adderbury.org  or phone 01295 812125.

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