Choosing a plastering course in Oxford means you get to live in one of the world’s most historic cities. Its population is approximately 165,000 and it is home to Oxford University, one of the world’s oldest and best educational centres. Oxford was founded in the 9th century but suffered damage during the Norman Invasion. Oxford Castle was built in the 11th century and because it was never designed for military purposes, it remains standing today and is a premier tourist attraction.
Oxford University is believed to be the oldest university in the English speaking world. Teaching may have begun in 1096 though it is likely that the university was founded before that date. Oxford is a huge tourist economy with more than 9 million visitors each year, many of whom visit the university. It is a city chosen by film and TV executives for shows and movies because of its many historic buildings and general beauty. Among the many attractions in the city are the Headington Stark, Pitt Rivers Museum, Bodleian Library and Sheldonian Theatre.
If you decide to choose one of the plastering courses available in Oxford, you will be living in one of the UK’s greenest cities. There are almost 30 Nature Reserves in the vicinity of the Oxford Ring road. There are plans for redevelopment in Westgate as the city council looks to make Oxford even more prosperous. You can guarantee that the city of Oxford will always retain its tranquillity and easy going atmosphere while always providing ample employment and education opportunities to the populous.
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