Sale of clothes from Midsomer Murders raises over £8k for Oxford hospice

John Nettles in Midsomer Murders

John Nettles in Midsomer Murders

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A fashion show and sale of clothes from the Midsomer Murders TV series raised more than £8,000 for an Oxford hospice.

The Crime On Fashion show was in aid of Helen and Douglas House hospice in Magdalen Road, East Oxford, and held in Aylesbury last week.

The items were donated by Bentley Productions, which is behind the long-running ITV detective drama which is largely filmed in South Oxfordshire.

Sykes, lead character Inspector Barnaby’s dog, also put in an appearance.

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4:43am Mon 24 Mar 14

Myron Blatz says...

Is it true that they stopped filming the Midsomer series, because the entire village had been wiped out? Don't think I have ever known a place which had so many murders!
Is it true that they stopped filming the Midsomer series, because the entire village had been wiped out? Don't think I have ever known a place which had so many murders! Myron Blatz
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