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Oxford Mail
Flytipper stole rubbish from recycling banks and dumped it by riversite is located on the outskirts of Banbury between the northern end of Grimsbu
Flytipper stole rubbish from recycling banks and dumped it by river
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
site is located on the outskirts of Banbury between the northern end of Grimsbury reservoir and the M40. Anyone with information about the flytip should contact Cherwell District Council on 01295 227007. Calls will be treated i... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Wild Banbury set to improve Spiceball and Hanwell BrookJuly. More than £93,000 of new funding from the Heritage Fund and a further £6
Wild Banbury set to improve Spiceball and Hanwell Brook
Banbury Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
July. More than £93,000 of new funding from the Heritage Fund and a further £64,000 from Banbury Town Council, £4,000 from Cherwell District Council and £27,295 from Grundon will finance the projects. During the last 18 months the River Cherwell... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Sci-fi movie is shot in Heyford bomb baysgravel, mud and bark and fake fences and guard towers are being put up. Senior
Sci-fi movie is shot in Heyford bomb bays
Banbury Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
gravel, mud and bark and fake fences and guard towers are being put up. Senior planner for Pegasus, Kerry Pfleger told Cherwell District Council: “The site will be used to create the vision of an abandoned military site in the southern United... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Bin collections unchangedCherwell District Council will waste and recycling crews will continue to colle
Bin collections unchanged
Banbury Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
Cherwell District Council will waste and recycling crews will continue to collect rubbish as normal and it will not be affected by the bank holiday. Collections will continue as usual on Monday and throughout the rest of the week to eliminate any... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Huge flytip discovered in Banbury fieldCherwell District Council officials are searching for the flytipper who dumped
Huge flytip discovered in Banbury field
Banbury Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
Cherwell District Council officials are searching for the flytipper who dumped 30 bags of rubbish in a Banbury field. Weighing in at a sizeable 880kg, the waste required the services of five council staff and a further operative from the Canal and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
SCORES ON THE DOORS: Latest food hygiene ratings from across Oxfordshireobligations and industry codes of recommended practice, minor contraventions of
SCORES ON THE DOORS: Latest food hygiene ratings from across Oxfordshire
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
obligations and industry codes of recommended practice, minor contraventions of food hygiene regulations. Inspected: Cherwell District Council on April 20. Marcham Little Angels, Morland Road, Marcham Food Hygiene and Safety: Very Good.... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Housing at Hanwell Fields for adults with learning difficulties is given planning permissionHousing for adults with learning difficulties in Banbury has been given the go-
Housing at Hanwell Fields for adults with learning difficulties is given planning permission
Banbury Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
Housing for adults with learning difficulties in Banbury has been given the go-ahead by Cherwell District Council. The council’s planning committee gave permission on Thursday for an application to build six specialised one-bedroom flats and a... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Chris Heath voted in as new Cherwell chairCHRIS Heath has been voted in as the new chairwoman of Cherwell District Counci
Chris Heath voted in as new Cherwell chair
Oxford Mail / Posted 6 days ago
CHRIS Heath has been voted in as the new chairwoman of Cherwell District Council following the local elections. The Adderbury, Bloxham and Bodicote councillor, who was vice-chairwoman last year, will replace the outgoing chairwoman Melanie... Read more
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Oxford Mail
A lot of warmth shown by Energy Minister for Bicester's new eco-town heateris a fantastic town." The MP for South Northamptonshire, joined by North Oxfor
A lot of warmth shown by Energy Minister for Bicester's new eco-town heater
Oxford Mail / Posted 6 days ago
is a fantastic town." The MP for South Northamptonshire, joined by North Oxfordshire MP Victoria Prentis and leader of Cherwell District Council Barry Wood, was taken through the streets of the first few homes to be completed. The energy... Read more
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Oxford Mail
A glass walkway and American brasserie for Oxfordshire's newest villagealready gone up at the former US airbase near Bicester including Heyford Park F
A glass walkway and American brasserie for Oxfordshire's newest village
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 days ago
already gone up at the former US airbase near Bicester including Heyford Park Free School. The latest plans submitted to Cherwell District Council also include a convenience shop, GP surgery and an American inspired all-day brasserie, as a nod to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Council pledges thousands of pounds for new Bicester Skate Parkthe favourite among users was a plan from Wheelscape. Bicester Town Council al
Council pledges thousands of pounds for new Bicester Skate Park
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 days ago
the favourite among users was a plan from Wheelscape. Bicester Town Council also announced its 25 per cent pledge and said Cherwell District Council was committed to providing five times what the skaters can raise. Now plans are under way to... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Parents in Bodicote voice concern over hypodermic syringes found discarded where children playsomeone had thrown them out of the window of a car. One was on the edge of the
Parents in Bodicote voice concern over hypodermic syringes found discarded where children play
Banbury Guardian / Posted 11 days ago
someone had thrown them out of the window of a car. One was on the edge of the road and another on the grass,” she said. Cherwell District Council press spokesman Tony Ecclestone said anyone finding needles should call the council’s regular... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Society calls for a halt to plans for demolition of historic Steam Factoryof one of Banbury’s last links to the age of steam. Banbury Civic Society (BCS
Society calls for a halt to plans for demolition of historic Steam Factory
Banbury Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
of one of Banbury’s last links to the age of steam. Banbury Civic Society (BCS) has intervened at the last moment to ask Cherwell District Council to examine its planning officer’s recommendation to approve a plan to demolish the old Steam... Read more
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Oxford Mail
New proposals for Kidlington's High Street described as "mere tokenism"campaigners have said they will continue to object to the proposal unless "sign
New proposals for Kidlington's High Street described as "mere tokenism"
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 days ago
campaigners have said they will continue to object to the proposal unless "significant" changes are made. In a letter to Cherwell District Council, Kidlington Development Watch member Alan Lodwick, of Church Street, said the proposal would have a... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
New proposals for Kidlington's High Street described as "mere tokenism"campaigners have said they will continue to object to the proposal unless "sign
New proposals for Kidlington's High Street described as "mere tokenism"
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 16 days ago
campaigners have said they will continue to object to the proposal unless "significant" changes are made. In a letter to Cherwell District Council, Kidlington Development Watch member Alan Lodwick, of Church Street, said the proposal would have a... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banbury inaugurates new Labour town mayor1966 when I moved to Bicester Urban District Council. I returned to Banbury in
Banbury inaugurates new Labour town mayor
Banbury Guardian / Posted 18 days ago
1966 when I moved to Bicester Urban District Council. I returned to Banbury in 1968. I remained at Banbury and worked for Cherwell District Council until retiring as Assistant Chief Environmental Health Officer in 1992. I was a volunteer advice... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Can you help track down this Banbury man's biological mother Carol?Joan Sprittlehouse, a former hospital administrator, and Trevor Sprittlehouse,
Can you help track down this Banbury man's biological mother Carol?
Oxford Mail / Posted 22 days ago
Joan Sprittlehouse, a former hospital administrator, and Trevor Sprittlehouse, who used to be a planning officer for Cherwell District Council, have now both retired but still live in Banbury and have given their "full support" to their son's... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Cherwell District Council election resultspolling stations across the area opened their doors Thursday May 5 for voters t
Cherwell District Council election results
Banbury Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
polling stations across the area opened their doors Thursday May 5 for voters to cast their votes for both the Cherwell District Council seats and those on the Banbury Town Council. This year there has been some significant changes to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Election roundup- Labour makes Oxford gains but good news for Tories across countyOxford City Council following yesterday's election. It was good news for the C
Election roundup- Labour makes Oxford gains but good news for Tories across county
Oxford Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Oxford City Council following yesterday's election. It was good news for the Conservative Party as well, as they held onto Cherwell District Council with the loss of just one seat and kept their majority on West Oxfordshire District Council. The... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire housing targets may be cut back following reviewCity Council to build thousands of homes between the edge of the city and Kidli
Oxfordshire housing targets may be cut back following review
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 24 days ago
City Council to build thousands of homes between the edge of the city and Kidlington. The local authority is lobbying Cherwell District Council about the plan, but its use of Green Belt land is strongly opposed by countryside campaigners and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Oxfordshire housing targets may be cut back following reviewCity Council to build thousands of homes between the edge of the city and Kidli
Oxfordshire housing targets may be cut back following review
Oxford Mail / Posted 24 days ago
City Council to build thousands of homes between the edge of the city and Kidlington. The local authority is lobbying Cherwell District Council about the plan, but its use of Green Belt land is strongly opposed by countryside campaigners and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
ELECTION: What today's polls mean for Oxfordshirewill be elected while voters in West Oxfordshire will elect one third of their
ELECTION: What today's polls mean for Oxfordshire
Oxford Mail / Posted 25 days ago
will be elected while voters in West Oxfordshire will elect one third of their district councillors. Every seat on Cherwell District Council is up for grabs and there are also a number of parish and town council elections all over the... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Lower Heyford plan is dropped by collegeChristi, to say the fellows had reconsidered and decided not to go ahead.” The
Lower Heyford plan is dropped by college
Banbury Guardian / Posted 25 days ago
Christi, to say the fellows had reconsidered and decided not to go ahead.” The plan, by Bonner Allan, was lodged with Cherwell District Council as one of 126 proposals received to contribute to the housing need of Oxford city, which does not... Read more
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Oxford Mail
SCORES ON THE DOORS: Latest food hygiene ratings from across OxfordshireCompliance: Fair. Some non-compliance with statutory obligations and industry c
SCORES ON THE DOORS: Latest food hygiene ratings from across Oxfordshire
Oxford Mail / Posted 25 days ago
Compliance: Fair. Some non-compliance with statutory obligations and industry codes of recommended practice. Inspected: Cherwell District Council on March 31. OXFORD KEBAB AND PIZZA SHOP, 68 ST CLEMENT’S STREET, OXFORD: Food Hygiene and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Politicians in final clamour to win your votevoters to gain support for their party. Due to ward boundary changes, this yea
Politicians in final clamour to win your vote
Oxford Mail / Posted 26 days ago
voters to gain support for their party. Due to ward boundary changes, this year every seat on Banbury Town Council and Cherwell District Council will be up for election. Polling stations open at 7am today. Once the polls close at 10pm, the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Rural villagers hit out at plans for 5,000 new homes on their doorstepto be able to provide more details on the proposals later in the year. The pro
Rural villagers hit out at plans for 5,000 new homes on their doorstep
Oxford Mail / Posted a month ago
to be able to provide more details on the proposals later in the year. The proposal is at an early stage, after the developers expressed an interest to Cherwell District Council to build on the land, which is owned by Oxford's Corpus Christi colle... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
5,000 homes bombshell dropped on Lower Heyford as company proposes new settlementthat speculative developers want to build a 5,000-home settlement on their door
5,000 homes bombshell dropped on Lower Heyford as company proposes new settlement
Banbury Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
that speculative developers want to build a 5,000-home settlement on their doorstep. The company, Bonner Allan, has asked Cherwell District Council to consider its plan for a village called Great Heyford to be built across the Rousham conservation... Read more

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