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some examples of our work

Here are a few examples of the what we do. If you would to discuss how we approach these projects and what we might be able to do for your organisation please get in touch.

 

The Headington Occasional

The Headington Occasional is a magazine produced in a traditional printed format and dedicated to all aspects of life, work and study in Headington, one of the most vibrant areas of the city of Oxford.

Further details of the origins and aspirations of the Occasional can be found online at www.theoccasional.co.uk

Read the interview with Anneliese Dodds, MP for Oxford East, from the launch issue.
• Download the pdf

 

The Leisure Review

The Leisure Review is an online magazine offering an independent view of the leisure industry for leisure professionals working in the management, development and promotion of all aspects of leisure, culture and sport.

Some articles selected from the Leisure Review's back pages:

The Radical Eye: birth of a new art

• The why, what and how of workplace resilience

• Another corner: a new Tate Modern

• Blinding success: is winning worth the cost?


• Humanity ’s greatest achievement: culture or profit?

Visit the Leisure Review at www.theleisurereview.co.uk

 

A Precious Cargo

A blog to share the joys of living with a cargo bike. You can find it online at A Precious Cargo on WordPress but here are a couple of extracts:

• Uphill: the battle with gravity

• Are we all riding the wrong bike?

 

The Oxford Mail

Some examples of our contribution to the Oxford Mail's On Yer Bike column:

Front door to car door: a modest proposal
"A journey of a thousand miles may once have started with a single step but these days it is far more likely to start with a search for the car keys..."
• Read the full article via the Oxford Mail


A car-free city: the new normal
"This Sunday (22 Sept) Broad Street in the centre of Oxford will be closed to traffic. Cyclox, the campaign group that serves as the voice of cycling in Oxford, will be taking the opportunity to set out its stall, alongside many other organisations, to be part of the growing movement across the UK calling for low-traffic neighbourhoods..."
• Read the full article via the Oxford Mail

 

Sarah Ives Associates Ltd

We are contractually obliged to list Sarah Ives Associates as our favourite client but they reciprocate by using Quarry Comms for all their design and copywriting services. We worked with them to produce their branding, web design and content. Find them online at: www.sarahivesassociates.com