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Oxford Mail
Residents to lobby city council on ‘forgotten recreation ground’ for Valentine's campaignOXFORD residents who feel forgotten will unite on Valentine’s Day to try to tra
Residents to lobby city council on ‘forgotten recreation ground’ for Valentine's campaign
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
OXFORD residents who feel forgotten will unite on Valentine’s Day to try to transform part of their neglected estate. Members of Donnington Tenants and Residents Association have joined Donnington Community Association to bring the area’s under-used... Read more
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Oxford Mail
More than 30 children's centres could be saved from cutsMORE than 30 of Oxfordshire's children's centres could escape closure if distri
More than 30 children's centres could be saved from cuts
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
MORE than 30 of Oxfordshire's children's centres could escape closure if district, town and parish councils step in, it emerged tonight. Oxfordshire County Council has confirmed it is in talks with several other local authorities that have offered... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Charity appeal for volunteers to help children learn to readA CHARITY helping children who are struggling to learn to read has put out an u
Charity appeal for volunteers to help children learn to read
Oxford Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
A CHARITY helping children who are struggling to learn to read has put out an urgent appeal for more volunteers to join its work. ARCh (Assisted Reading for Children) trains and supports volunteers to work one-to-one with primary school children to... Read more
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Community groups to merge to help disadvantaged youngsters on Leys estatesA COMMUNITY group that helps young people with troubled lives in Barton is expa
Community groups to merge to help disadvantaged youngsters on Leys estates
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 15 hours ago
A COMMUNITY group that helps young people with troubled lives in Barton is expanding to help others around Oxford. Thrive, a team of youth workers and volunteers who aim to build relationships with disadvantaged young people, is moving into the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Community groups to merge to help disadvantaged youngsters on Leys estatesA COMMUNITY group that helps young people with troubled lives in Barton is expa
Community groups to merge to help disadvantaged youngsters on Leys estates
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
A COMMUNITY group that helps young people with troubled lives in Barton is expanding to help others around Oxford. Thrive, a team of youth workers and volunteers who aim to build relationships with disadvantaged young people, is moving into the... Read more
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Lifeline brings hope to furniture workshop that is changing livesA LIFELINE has been thrown to the pioneering Pathway Workshop in Blackbird Leys
Lifeline brings hope to furniture workshop that is changing lives
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
A LIFELINE has been thrown to the pioneering Pathway Workshop in Blackbird Leys that could spell the dawn of a new era for the charity. For the past few years the future of the workshop in Dunnock Way has been precarious at best, with staff managing... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Lifeline brings hope to furniture workshop that is changing livesA LIFELINE has been thrown to the pioneering Pathway Workshop in Blackbird Leys
Lifeline brings hope to furniture workshop that is changing lives
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
A LIFELINE has been thrown to the pioneering Pathway Workshop in Blackbird Leys that could spell the dawn of a new era for the charity. For the past few years the future of the workshop in Dunnock Way has been precarious at best, with staff managing... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Hero is on the road to recovery after tackling knife-wielding robber in supermarketLIFE is slowly getting back to normal for a pair of pals dubbed heroes after th
Hero is on the road to recovery after tackling knife-wielding robber in supermarket
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
LIFE is slowly getting back to normal for a pair of pals dubbed heroes after they foiled a knife-wielding man at a supermarket in Rose Hill. Nali Swar said he is recovering after being stabbed in the right arm during an incident at the Premier Turna... Read more
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Oxford Mail
DARTS: Carterton Social Club fight off Kidlington SC challenge to triumphWhen Carterton Social Club raced into a 3-0 lead, it looked like plain sailing
DARTS: Carterton Social Club fight off Kidlington SC challenge to triumph
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
When Carterton Social Club raced into a 3-0 lead, it looked like plain sailing in their Greene King ODDA Winter League clash away to Section 1 opponents Kidlington Social Club A. Ade Larner, who hit a maximum, Paul Martin and Neil Beckett put the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Hero is on the road to recovery after tackling knife-wielding robber in supermarketLIFE is slowly getting back to normal for a pair of pals dubbed heroes after th
Hero is on the road to recovery after tackling knife-wielding robber in supermarket
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
LIFE is slowly getting back to normal for a pair of pals dubbed heroes after they foiled a knife-wielding man at a supermarket in Rose Hill. Nali Swar said he is recovering after being stabbed in the right arm during an incident at the Premier Turna... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Popular computer training hub at risk after funding peters outA LONG-STANDING computer hub in Blackbird Leys is feeling the pinch and is desp
Popular computer training hub at risk after funding peters out
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
A LONG-STANDING computer hub in Blackbird Leys is feeling the pinch and is desperately in need of new sources of funding. The Blackbird Leys Information Technology Zone, known as BLITZ, is based in the community centre and helps scores of people a... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Popular computer training hub at risk after funding peters outA LONG-STANDING computer hub in Blackbird Leys is feeling the pinch and is desp
Popular computer training hub at risk after funding peters out
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
A LONG-STANDING computer hub in Blackbird Leys is feeling the pinch and is desperately in need of new sources of funding. The Blackbird Leys Information Technology Zone, known as BLITZ, is based in the community centre and helps scores of people a... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Council leader joins Banbury MP to speak with parents at children’s centreBanbury MP Victoria Prentis visited Heyford Park Children’s Centre on Friday mo
Council leader joins Banbury MP to speak with parents at children’s centre
Banbury Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
Banbury MP Victoria Prentis visited Heyford Park Children’s Centre on Friday morning with Leader of Oxfordshire County Council Ian Hudspeth. The meeting gave Mr Hudspeth the opportunity to speak with staff and parents about the centre and the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Council leader backs veterans over memorial at old barracksA PERMANENT memorial to the former Cowley Barracks would be a requirement of an
Council leader backs veterans over memorial at old barracks
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
A PERMANENT memorial to the former Cowley Barracks would be a requirement of any planning permission for a new development on the site, according to city council leader Bob Price. Two old barrack blocks in James Wolfe Road, off Hollow Way, are being... Read more
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Oldest running boxing club still ready to rumbleHUNDREDS of boxing fans packed into the Oxford Sports and Social Club this week
Oldest running boxing club still ready to rumble
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
HUNDREDS of boxing fans packed into the Oxford Sports and Social Club this weekend to see some of the sport’s rising stars compete. Despite having no permanent home, Blackbird Leys Boxing Club hosted the England Youth Pre-Quarter Finals on... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Oldest running boxing club still ready to rumbleHUNDREDS of boxing fans packed into the Oxford Sports and Social Club this week
Oldest running boxing club still ready to rumble
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
HUNDREDS of boxing fans packed into the Oxford Sports and Social Club this weekend to see some of the sport’s rising stars compete. Despite having no permanent home, Blackbird Leys Boxing Club hosted the England Youth Pre-Quarter Finals on... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Terminally ill Oxford United fan plans journey from USA to Wembley for finalA TERMINALLY ill Oxford United fan who lives in the USA says “it will mean ever
Terminally ill Oxford United fan plans journey from USA to Wembley for final
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
A TERMINALLY ill Oxford United fan who lives in the USA says “it will mean everything” for him to cheer on the U’s at Wembley. Cancer patient Steve Dyer will make the 3,200-mile journey from New Hampshire to the national stadium to watch his... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Caribbean goodies to be served at church’s new cafeJERK chicken and Jamaican patties are on the way to a church where plans to ope
Caribbean goodies to be served at church’s new cafe
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
JERK chicken and Jamaican patties are on the way to a church where plans to open a Caribbean cafe are well in motion. Two local women are aiming to cook up a storm at the Church of the Holy Family in Blackbird Leys Road, with the new cafe set to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Terminally ill Oxford United fan plans journey from USA to Wembley for finalA TERMINALLY ill Oxford United fan who lives in the USA says “it will mean ever
Terminally ill Oxford United fan plans journey from USA to Wembley for final
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
A TERMINALLY ill Oxford United fan who lives in the USA says “it will mean everything” for him to cheer on the U’s at Wembley. Cancer patient Steve Dyer will make the 3,200-mile journey from New Hampshire to the national stadium to watch his... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Caribbean goodies to be served at church’s new cafeJERK chicken and Jamaican patties are on the way to a church where plans to ope
Caribbean goodies to be served at church’s new cafe
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
JERK chicken and Jamaican patties are on the way to a church where plans to open a Caribbean cafe are well in motion. Two local women are aiming to cook up a storm at the Church of the Holy Family in Blackbird Leys Road, with the new cafe set to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Heine on Friday: Plucking Barbara’s respect from jaws of our riftTHE funeral of Barbara Gatehouse, former Lord Mayor of Oxford and Labour member
Heine on Friday: Plucking Barbara’s respect from jaws of our rift
Oxford Mail / Posted 5 days ago
THE funeral of Barbara Gatehouse, former Lord Mayor of Oxford and Labour member of the city and county councils for more than two decades, was held last week. She was a powerful woman and you opposed her at your peril. Tributes poured in. One stood... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Scales of Justice: 16 cases heard at Oxford and Banbury Magistrates CourtOXFORD MAGISTRATES Daniel Hopgood, 22, of Talbot Close, Harwell, admitted poss
Scales of Justice: 16 cases heard at Oxford and Banbury Magistrates Court
Oxford Mail / Posted 6 days ago
OXFORD MAGISTRATES Daniel Hopgood, 22, of Talbot Close, Harwell, admitted possessing cocaine, a Class A drug, in Harwell on December 28 last year. Handed a community order and made subject to a two-month curfew. Also ordered to pay a £60 victim... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Special needs charity offers half-term fun for youngsters in Blackbird LeysA CHARITY working with special educational needs and autism is now turning its
Special needs charity offers half-term fun for youngsters in Blackbird Leys
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 7 days ago
A CHARITY working with special educational needs and autism is now turning its sights to Oxford’s hardest-to-reach areas. Activities for youngsters in Blackbird Leys will be laid on at February half term, including a youth club, sports and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Special needs charity offers half-term fun for youngsters in Blackbird LeysA CHARITY working with special educational needs and autism is now turning its
Special needs charity offers half-term fun for youngsters in Blackbird Leys
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
A CHARITY working with special educational needs and autism is now turning its sights to Oxford’s hardest-to-reach areas. Activities for youngsters in Blackbird Leys will be laid on at February half term, including a youth club, sports and... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Eight arrests made at Oxford United's game against Millwall, police confirmEIGHT people were arrested last night at Oxford United's game against Millwall,
Eight arrests made at Oxford United's game against Millwall, police confirm
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 7 days ago
EIGHT people were arrested last night at Oxford United's game against Millwall, Police have confirmed. Bottles and stones were also thrown at Thames Valley Police horses before and after the match with one horse, Odin, receiving a cut to his... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Teens to focus on textures for annual young photographers contestAN ANNUAL photographic competition is back with a twist this year as youngsters
Teens to focus on textures for annual young photographers contest
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
AN ANNUAL photographic competition is back with a twist this year as youngsters in the Leys are invited to take snaps all about the way things feel. The Leys Young Photographer of the Year contest, hosted by the Oxford Academy, is in its fourth year... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Teens to focus on textures for annual young photographers contestAN ANNUAL photographic competition is back with a twist this year as youngsters
Teens to focus on textures for annual young photographers contest
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 7 days ago
AN ANNUAL photographic competition is back with a twist this year as youngsters in the Leys are invited to take snaps all about the way things feel. The Leys Young Photographer of the Year contest, hosted by the Oxford Academy, is in its fourth year... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
New company could help council secure multi-million housebuilding schemeA NEW company could be set up to help rescue Oxford’s multi-million pound socia
New company could help council secure multi-million housebuilding scheme
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 8 days ago
A NEW company could be set up to help rescue Oxford’s multi-million pound social housebuilding programme. The Labour-controlled authority warned last year that new government rules could force it to abandon its £48m stake in the flagship scheme, as... Read more
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Oxford Mail
New company could help council secure multi-million housebuilding schemeA NEW company could be set up to help rescue Oxford’s multi-million pound socia
New company could help council secure multi-million housebuilding scheme
Oxford Mail / Posted 8 days ago
A NEW company could be set up to help rescue Oxford’s multi-million pound social housebuilding programme. The Labour-controlled authority warned last year that new government rules could force it to abandon its £48m stake in the flagship scheme, as... Read more
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New report shows opportunities for disadvantaged children in Oxford among the worst in the UKCHILDREN from poorer backgrounds in Oxford will be left behind without urgent a
New report shows opportunities for disadvantaged children in Oxford among the worst in the UK
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 8 days ago
CHILDREN from poorer backgrounds in Oxford will be left behind without urgent action to improve education, it was warned last night. According to a new report, the life chances of disadvantaged children in Oxford are among the worst 20 per cent in... Read more
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Oxford Mail
New report shows opportunities for disadvantaged children in Oxford among the worst in the UKCHILDREN from poorer backgrounds in Oxford will be left behind without urgent a
New report shows opportunities for disadvantaged children in Oxford among the worst in the UK
Oxford Mail / Posted 8 days ago
CHILDREN from poorer backgrounds in Oxford will be left behind without urgent action to improve education, it was warned last night. According to a new report, the life chances of disadvantaged children in Oxford are among the worst 20 per cent in... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Summer celebrations for Heart of the communityA SUMMER cultural extravaganza is being planned to mark the 50th birthday of on
Summer celebrations for Heart of the community
Oxford Mail / Posted 9 days ago
A SUMMER cultural extravaganza is being planned to mark the 50th birthday of one of Oxford’s most vibrant churches. The Sacred Heart Catholic Church was established in 1966 at a venue in Balfour Road, Blackbird Leys, hot on the heels of the Church... Read more
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FA CUP LIVE: Packed Kassam stadium for Oxford United clash with Blackburn Rovers + your picturesIt will be United's second full house in the space of three weeks, following th
FA CUP LIVE: Packed Kassam stadium for Oxford United clash with Blackburn Rovers + your pictures
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 11 days ago
It will be United's second full house in the space of three weeks, following the 3-2 third round victory against Swansea City. They had previously gone almost four years since the Kassam was packed out, when they beat Swindon Town 2-0 in a League... Read more
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Oxford Mail
FA CUP LIVE: Packed Kassam stadium for Oxford United clash with Blackburn Rovers + your picturesIt will be United's second full house in the space of three weeks, following th
FA CUP LIVE: Packed Kassam stadium for Oxford United clash with Blackburn Rovers + your pictures
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 days ago
It will be United's second full house in the space of three weeks, following the 3-2 third round victory against Swansea City. They had previously gone almost four years since the Kassam was packed out, when they beat Swindon Town 2-0 in a League... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
FA CUP: Excitement builds for Oxford United fans ahead of clash with Blackburn Rovers + your picturesIt will be United's second full house in the space of three weeks, following th
FA CUP: Excitement builds for Oxford United fans ahead of clash with Blackburn Rovers + your pictures
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 11 days ago
It will be United's second full house in the space of three weeks, following the 3-2 third round victory against Swansea City. They had previously gone almost four years since the Kassam was packed out, when they beat Swindon Town 2-0 in a League... Read more
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Oxford Mail
FA CUP: Excitement builds for Oxford United fans ahead of clash with Blackburn Rovers + your picturesThe sell out cup tie game kicks off at 3pm and we'll be bringing you live cover
FA CUP: Excitement builds for Oxford United fans ahead of clash with Blackburn Rovers + your pictures
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 days ago
The sell out cup tie game kicks off at 3pm and we'll be bringing you live coverage of the match. It will be United's second full house in the space of three weeks, following the 3-2 third round victory against Swansea City. They had previously gone... Read more
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FA CUP: Oxford United fans warned to plan their journeys for today's FA Cup clash with Blackburn RoversThere are about 2,000 free parking spaces around the stadium but with a sell-ou
FA CUP: Oxford United fans warned to plan their journeys for today's FA Cup clash with Blackburn Rovers
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 11 days ago
There are about 2,000 free parking spaces around the stadium but with a sell-out crowd of more than 11,000 not everyone will be able to park close to the ground. Oxford United supporter services manager Sarah Gooding said: "The main car park and the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
FA CUP: Oxford United fans warned to plan their journeys for today's FA Cup clash with Blackburn RoversThere are about 2,000 free parking spaces around the stadium but with a sell-ou
FA CUP: Oxford United fans warned to plan their journeys for today's FA Cup clash with Blackburn Rovers
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 days ago
There are about 2,000 free parking spaces around the stadium but with a sell-out crowd of more than 11,000 not everyone will be able to park close to the ground. Oxford United supporter services manager Sarah Gooding said: "The main car park and the... Read more
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Memorial bench for Val Smith unveiled in Blackbird LeysA HANDCRAFTED wooden bench dedicated to former councillor and Blackbird Leys co
Memorial bench for Val Smith unveiled in Blackbird Leys
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 11 days ago
A HANDCRAFTED wooden bench dedicated to former councillor and Blackbird Leys community champion Val Smith was unveiled at Blackbird Leys Adventure Playground (BLAP) yesterday. Mrs Smith’s husband, Oxford East MP Andrew Smith, unveiled the new... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Memorial bench for Val Smith unveiled in Blackbird LeysA HANDCRAFTED wooden bench dedicated to former councillor and Blackbird Leys co
Memorial bench for Val Smith unveiled in Blackbird Leys
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 days ago
A HANDCRAFTED wooden bench dedicated to former councillor and Blackbird Leys community champion Val Smith was unveiled at Blackbird Leys Adventure Playground (BLAP) yesterday. Mrs Smith’s husband, Oxford East MP Andrew Smith, unveiled the new... Read more
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Councillors call for unused garages to be demolished to solve parking and housing problemsUNUSED garages should be bulldozed to help ease the city’s parking crisis and c
Councillors call for unused garages to be demolished to solve parking and housing problems
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 12 days ago
UNUSED garages should be bulldozed to help ease the city’s parking crisis and create space for much-needed new homes. That’s the view of two leading Blackbird Leys politicians – city ward councillor Linda Smith and parish council chairman Gordon... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Councillors call for unused garages to be demolished to solve parking and housing problemsUNUSED garages should be bulldozed to help ease the city’s parking crisis and c
Councillors call for unused garages to be demolished to solve parking and housing problems
Oxford Mail / Posted 12 days ago
UNUSED garages should be bulldozed to help ease the city’s parking crisis and create space for much-needed new homes. That’s the view of two leading Blackbird Leys politicians – city ward councillor Linda Smith and parish council chairman Gordon... Read more
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Burglar who claimed to be ‘good Samaritan’ sent to prisonA BLACKBIRD LEYS man caught burgling a Botley Road business abused police, then
Burglar who claimed to be ‘good Samaritan’ sent to prison
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 14 days ago
A BLACKBIRD LEYS man caught burgling a Botley Road business abused police, then claimed he was trying to catch the real culprit. Peter Gaughan, 31, of Falcon Close, initially told police he had been trying to act as a “good Samaritan”. Oxford Crown... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Burglar who claimed to be ‘good Samaritan’ sent to prisonA BLACKBIRD LEYS man caught burgling a Botley Road business abused police, then
Burglar who claimed to be ‘good Samaritan’ sent to prison
Oxford Mail / Posted 14 days ago
A BLACKBIRD LEYS man caught burgling a Botley Road business abused police, then claimed he was trying to catch the real culprit. Peter Gaughan, 31, of Falcon Close, initially told police he had been trying to act as a “good Samaritan”. Oxford Crown... Read more
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Cowley Road Carnival to get Shakespearean theme for Bard's birthdayMERRYMAKERS will prove All The World’s A Stage when they gather in their thousa
Cowley Road Carnival to get Shakespearean theme for Bard's birthday
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 15 days ago
MERRYMAKERS will prove All The World’s A Stage when they gather in their thousands at this summer’s Cowley Road Carnival. Organisers of the annual fiesta have announced the heart of East Oxford will be transformed into a Shakespearian paradise on... Read more
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Oxford Mail
DARTS: Masons Arms checkmate Chequers in Oxford's Seven-side CupMasons Arms C caused an upset when they defeated previously unbeaten Section 2
DARTS: Masons Arms checkmate Chequers in Oxford's Seven-side Cup
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Masons Arms C caused an upset when they defeated previously unbeaten Section 2 leaders Chequers Inn B in the first round of the Greene King ODDA’s Men’s Seven-a-side Cup. HostS Chequers took the opener when Paul Bustin beat Steve Pratley, but... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Cowley Road Carnival to get Shakespearean theme for Bard's birthdayMERRYMAKERS will prove All The World’s A Stage when they gather in their thousa
Cowley Road Carnival to get Shakespearean theme for Bard's birthday
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 days ago
MERRYMAKERS will prove All The World’s A Stage when they gather in their thousands at this summer’s Cowley Road Carnival. Organisers of the annual fiesta have announced the heart of East Oxford will be transformed into a Shakespearian paradise on... Read more
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Appeal for help from residents to continue revival of nature reserveA NEW lease of life is being granted to the “hidden treasure” of Spindleberry N
Appeal for help from residents to continue revival of nature reserve
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 16 days ago
A NEW lease of life is being granted to the “hidden treasure” of Spindleberry Nature Reserve in Blackbird Leys and residents are being called on to help. The park off Pegasus Road has had a facelift since 2013 but there is more work to be done to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Appeal for help from residents to continue revival of nature reserveA NEW lease of life is being granted to the “hidden treasure” of Spindleberry N
Appeal for help from residents to continue revival of nature reserve
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 days ago
A NEW lease of life is being granted to the “hidden treasure” of Spindleberry Nature Reserve in Blackbird Leys and residents are being called on to help. The park off Pegasus Road has had a facelift since 2013 but there is more work to be done to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Tories need reality check over council housing billFOLLOWING on from the disgraceful housing bill that was passed at 3am on Tuesda
Tories need reality check over council housing bill
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 days ago
FOLLOWING on from the disgraceful housing bill that was passed at 3am on Tuesday morning, and the arrogant display by David Cameron when questioned about it by Jeremy Corbyn at Prime Minister’s Question Time, I wonder if council and social housing... Read more
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