Falcon Private Hotel

88 Abingdon Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 4PX, United Kingdom
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  • Solo30
  • Business40

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Pub work in Oxford Dec/Jan 2005/6

by ariane86

Three friends and myself are university students from South Africa and will be staying in Eynsham (near oxford)for roughly 2 months over Dec/jan. And are looking to work in Pubs in oxford (or near by) while we are there. But not physically being in the UK makes looking for jobs really difficult, so if any body knows of any pubs that need staff over the winter months could they please let me know! So if you could give me contact details of pubs or advice on how to go about looking for pub work, even though im not in the country it would be GREATLY appreciated! :)

RE: Pub work in Oxford Dec/Jan 2005/6

by barryg23

I think it would be very difficult to arrange this type of work in advance. There are loads of pubs in oxford and your best bet would be to try for work once you arrive. If you don't get pub work, there are lots of cafes, resturants, etc, which regularly hire staff on short-term basis.

RE: RE: Pub work in Oxford Dec/Jan 2005/6

by paulinuk2u

have a look on tntmagazine.com

RE: Pub work in Oxford Dec/Jan 2005/6

by paulie_natalie

Hi there
i work in the pub and resturant trade in oxford, and its almost impossible to get a job in oxford due to new strick employment laws! you need to have a british insurenece number ( very hard to get ) and a British bank account!!! and the right working visas ( they wont even look at you without them) !
having said that i know that the younges bars to employee travelers and supply living quarters too (however theses are given to couples mostly)
try www.youngs.co.uk
good luck

Travel Tips for Oxford

Take a Pee

by Yudhis

Alyways look for nice service area with a lot selection of food and comfy toilets. If you have the urge to go, just go to this nice service area. Also offer ranges from fast food at KFC, Burger King and McDonalds through to traditional meals, pizza, pannini and a wide selection of salads, sandwiches & pastries at Food Connection and Red Hen outlets.

More information http://www.welcomebreak.co.uk/location_details.php?id=19&go=More+Info

See Christ Church Cathedral. ...

by bluefelt

See Christ Church Cathedral. This is where Lewis Carroll aka the Reverend Charles Dodgson was an Oxford Don and wrote his classic story, Alice in Wonderland. Alice Liddel was the daughter of Dean Liddel, at Christ Church, and Carroll took a liking to her. He used to take Alice and her sister out on the River Cherwell to row around and make up stories. Besides the rather obvious implications of his possible pedophelia, he actually did ask Alice to marry him a few times. I believe she was 11. Nonetheless, he's a brilliant writer and this College is steeping in rich history. If you can get inside the dining hall, you can see the firescreen decorated with what is believed to be the inspiration for John Tenniel's first rendering of Alice for the book.

Daily Info Website

by shutterlust


Daily Info is the go-to site for anything Oxford. Very similar to Craigslist in New York, Daily Info offers everything from accomodation (wanted and offered), sales of bikes, cars, clothes, etc, offering of services, jobs (wanted and offered), personal ads and local events! It's sort of a Time Out site for Oxford. Everything you'd want to know before visiting Oxford (or even while you're here!), you can find at dailyinfo.co.uk!

Packing List

by bluefelt

Comfortable Shoes. Ilana and I wore holes all the way through pairs of boots in our travels. In the Spring it gets really cold. Bring a warm jacket, hat, scarf, gloves, the whole shebang! You'll need it. The day the sun came out, and I do mean the DAY, people rushed to the nearest shoe store (we chose to go to Ravel) to buy sandals. It was like a massive swarm of happy people in the mall....that makes me nervous.


by Aragina

Parks Road, Oxford,
Tel: 01865 272965.

It houses the University's scientific collections of zoological, entomological, palaeontological and mineral specimens, accumulated in the course of the last three centuries.

Open every day from 12 noon to 5pm throughout the year, except for short breaks over Easter and Christmas.
Admission to the Museum is free.


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 Falcon Private Hotel

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Address: 88 Abingdon Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 4PX, United Kingdom