I was born in Oxford in 1973 and lived there for ten years. The memories of this time are fractured. I remember a party in the street for the Queen’s Jubilee: my father, Rick, dressed up as a ringmaster, my sister Emma on her horse, carnival lions in a home-made parade. I was always in the garden….
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