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He said: 'The aim of this is to buy the property that the neolithic Jersey dolmen currently resides on, repatriate the dolmen, then resell the estate.'The stones were one of dozens of dolmens placed across the island which were shrouded in legend and thought to be 'the home of sprites and fairies'.
But many were broken up for building materials in the 17th and 18th century amid waning interest in the mythology surrounding the stunning monuments, according to local history experts.
The surviving ancient dolmen is now in the grounds of Templecombe House in Henley-on-Thames which is on the market for £7million.
The Turf Tavern is always a good choice as it has long been a popular hangout for Oxford's finest (the foundations of the pub date back to the 13th century! Rich in tradition and a warmly old-fashioned atmosphere, Oxford is innately romantic.
But in 2011 – after his controversial intervention, which was detailed in an official report earlier this week – Mr Couldrick was appointed chief executive of Wokingham Borough Council in Berkshire on £155,000 a year.
The Ashmolean Museum on Beaumont Street is simply fantastic, while Modern Art Oxford often has some particularly interesting evening exhibitions.
Check out a gallery early evening and then move the date to one of Oxford’s finest watering holes to talk things through properly over a glass of wine.