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2015/07/01 05:41
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A JOB club in dire financial straits has failed to reach its fundraising target and may face closure. Management team members at the Going for Gold job club, based at The Mill Arts Centre, in...
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2015/06/26 09:59
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BUSINESSES in Kidlington have rallied behind a new petition to change the rules surrounding a rising bollard. Assistant manager of Oxford Building Supplies Sandra O’Shea said the current set-up for...
2015/06/26 05:41
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RUBBISH weighing the same as a large killer whale has been cleared from an estate in Bicester. A total of 8.3 tonnes of rubbish have been cleared from the Glory Farm estate after Cherwell District...
2015/06/25 06:41
2015/06/25 06:41
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A SCHEME to improve Banbury’s town centre has been handed a cash boost. In 2014, Cherwell District Council appointed team-co-ordinators Neil Wild and Iain Nicholson to start a “vitality initiative”...
2015/06/22 10:41
2015/06/22 10:41
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WE must be careful not to create a north-south divide of Bicester’s town centre where one area is thriving and buzzing while the other is suffering from a lack of investment and footfall. The new...
2015/06/20 06:41
2015/06/20 06:41
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RESIDENTS in Yarnton have hit out at plans for a music festival that could play music until 3am in the village. Notices outside Yarnton Manor say that summer school operator Oxford Royale Academy has...
2015/06/18 08:00
2015/06/18 08:00
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MORE than 8,000 homes could be built as “urban extensions” at the northern and southern edges of Oxford, city leaders have said. Oxford City Council said there was space for 4,000 homes in the area...
2015/06/17 14:41
2015/06/17 14:41
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A RECTOR has thanked the community after £131,000 was raised to revamp a 900-year-old church. The Rev Charles Masheder admitted it was a leap of faith after the church chose the most expensive option...
2015/06/16 14:41
2015/06/16 14:41
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APPROVED plans for 42 apartments in Bicester for the elderly have been praised as an economic boost for the town centre. At a Cherwell District Council planning committee meeting last week,...
2015/06/16 08:42
2015/06/16 08:42
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CHANGES have been made to plans for a housing estate which would double the size of Woodstock. Pye Homes carried out a consultation earlier this year on its plans for 1,500 homes on land owned by the...
2015/06/15 04:41
2015/06/15 04:41
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A BANDSTAND-style café and toilets costing about £160,000 are set to open next Easter in Bicester’s Garth Park. Focus has been placed on making the new builds as sustainable as possible, using lamb’s...
2015/06/12 11:12
2015/06/12 11:12
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Inspector backs Cherwell Local Plan bringing 22,840 new homes a step closer to reality MHBG-21-04-11 Bodicote House Cherwell District Council Offices Bodicote House ENGNNL00120130724145215 The...
2015/06/12 10:41
2015/06/12 10:41
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I FOUND it rather ironic that, the day a story was printed referencing council cost-cutting and grass verges, I saw none other than the council or their contractors planting roundabouts. There is an...
2015/06/12 09:12
2015/06/12 09:12
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Pop-up shop initiative to help Banbury town centre grow Town team co-ordinators Neil Wild, left and Iain Nicholson are working to get empty town centre units back open again....
2015/06/12 07:41
2015/06/12 07:41
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Forty-two apartments for the elderly will be built in Victoria Road after permission was granted. At a Cherwell District Council planning committee meeting yesterday, councillors voted in favour of...
2015/06/10 06:59
2015/06/10 06:59
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A rising bollard with a history of faults is back up and running after being down on Monday. The £50,000 device on the High Street, installed by Cherwell District Council on February 9 this year, was...
2015/06/10 05:59
2015/06/10 05:59
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POLICE OFFICERS in Kidlington have warned they will not enforce new yellow lines on a road they have been accused of using as their own car park. Residents along Oxford Road have been campaigning for...
2015/06/06 12:41
2015/06/06 12:41
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TWO councils have been forced to find £12,000 to fund extra cutting of the verges after residents complained about the state of Bicester. Following recent funding reductions, Oxfordshire County...
2015/06/05 17:12
2015/06/05 17:12
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Bicester’s Garden Town status given funding support A �1.47 million grant has been awarded to fund the first stage of Bicester's Garden Town status. PPP-140820-133219001 Nearly £1.5 million has been...
2015/06/04 06:59
2015/06/04 06:59
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THE MANAGER of a Kidlington fish and chip shop has warned it may have to shut if a proposed new takeaway opens in the village. Mauro Braiotta, manager of The Rainbow chip shop in High Street,...
2015/07/01 05:41
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