Cherwell District Council

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Banbury Guardian
Unitary reshaping put on hold for nowMills, leader of West Oxfordshire District Council, Bob Price, leader of Oxford
Unitary reshaping put on hold for now
Banbury Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
Mills, leader of West Oxfordshire District Council, Bob Price, leader of Oxford City Council and Barry Wood, Leader of Cherwell District Council, said: “With a new Prime Minister and new Secretary of State now in place and a number of pressing... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Academy bid secures more than £500,000,00 for school revamp in Bicesterthe flat roofs water was just stuck up there which just presents a danger when
Academy bid secures more than £500,000,00 for school revamp in Bicester
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 3 days ago
the flat roofs water was just stuck up there which just presents a danger when water is collecting." The renovations also include funding from Cherwell District Council who stumped up £86,125 and £46,900 from the Bicester Learning Academy... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Academy bid secures more than £500,000,00 for school revamp in Bicesterthe flat roofs water was just stuck up there which just presents a danger when
Academy bid secures more than £500,000,00 for school revamp in Bicester
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
the flat roofs water was just stuck up there which just presents a danger when water is collecting." The renovations also include funding from Cherwell District Council who stumped up £86,125 and £46,900 from the Bicester Learning Academy... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
In pictures - Banbury’s open air pool sees capacity crowd as heat soarsalongside early bird and adult lane sessions which will take place at set times
In pictures - Banbury’s open air pool sees capacity crowd as heat soars
Banbury Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
alongside early bird and adult lane sessions which will take place at set times throughout the week. Cllr George Reynolds, Cherwell District Council’s deputy leader, said: “The pool remains one of the most popular facilities in Banbury and we know... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Broadband rolled out to North Oxfordshire villageGovernment’s Broadband Delivery UK programme, led locally by Oxfordshire County
Broadband rolled out to North Oxfordshire village
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
Government’s Broadband Delivery UK programme, led locally by Oxfordshire County Council and BT. It is also supported by Cherwell District Council, the South East Midlands Local Enterprise Partnership and Oxfordshire Local Enterprise... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Relaunched community bank encourages early Christmas savingsservice will be particularly useful to those who may have difficult financial h
Relaunched community bank encourages early Christmas savings
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
service will be particularly useful to those who may have difficult financial histories.” The bank is also supported by Cherwell District Council and housing association Sanctuary Housing. The council's lead member for housing John Donaldson... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Broadband rolled out to North Oxfordshire villageGovernment’s Broadband Delivery UK programme, led locally by Oxfordshire County
Broadband rolled out to North Oxfordshire village
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Government’s Broadband Delivery UK programme, led locally by Oxfordshire County Council and BT. It is also supported by Cherwell District Council, the South East Midlands Local Enterprise Partnership and Oxfordshire Local Enterprise... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Relaunched community bank encourages early Christmas savingsservice will be particularly useful to those who may have difficult financial h
Relaunched community bank encourages early Christmas savings
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
service will be particularly useful to those who may have difficult financial histories.” The bank is also supported by Cherwell District Council and housing association Sanctuary Housing. The council's lead member for housing John Donaldson... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Plans for new Bicester community centre unveiledpeople need and it's nice to see it coming together. I hope to see it being use
Plans for new Bicester community centre unveiled
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 5 days ago
people need and it's nice to see it coming together. I hope to see it being used by all and be open seven days a week." Cherwell District Council will take control of the centre once it is built, but talks are ongoing to find a community group... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Plans for new Bicester community centre unveiledpeople need and it's nice to see it coming together. I hope to see it being use
Plans for new Bicester community centre unveiled
Oxford Mail / Posted 5 days ago
people need and it's nice to see it coming together. I hope to see it being used by all and be open seven days a week." Cherwell District Council will take control of the centre once it is built, but talks are ongoing to find a community group... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Scales of Justice: latest results from Oxfordshire's magistrates' courts£85 costs. Handed a 12-month driving ban. Colin Moore, 61, of Keys Court, Scho
Scales of Justice: latest results from Oxfordshire's magistrates' courts
Oxford Mail / Posted 5 days ago
£85 costs. Handed a 12-month driving ban. Colin Moore, 61, of Keys Court, School Lane, Banbury, admitted failing to notify Cherwell District Council he was in employment, affecting his entitlement to council tax benefit and housing benefit, between... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Scales of justice: cases heard at Oxford and Banbury Magistrates' Court£85 costs. Handed a 12-month driving ban. Colin Moore, 61, of Keys Court, Scho
Scales of justice: cases heard at Oxford and Banbury Magistrates' Court
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 6 days ago
£85 costs. Handed a 12-month driving ban. Colin Moore, 61, of Keys Court, School Lane, Banbury, admitted failing to notify Cherwell District Council he was in employment, affecting his entitlement to council tax benefit and housing benefit, between... Read more
3 related stories
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Oxford Mail
Scales of justice: cases heard at Oxford and Banbury Magistrates' Court£85 costs. Handed a 12-month driving ban. Colin Moore, 61, of Keys Court, Scho
Scales of justice: cases heard at Oxford and Banbury Magistrates' Court
Oxford Mail / Posted 6 days ago
£85 costs. Handed a 12-month driving ban. Colin Moore, 61, of Keys Court, School Lane, Banbury, admitted failing to notify Cherwell District Council he was in employment, affecting his entitlement to council tax benefit and housing benefit, between... Read more
3 related stories
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This is Oxfordshire
Local outrage at plans for 300 homesapplication for 1,200 homes on the land. This was refused unanimously by both W
Local outrage at plans for 300 homes
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 7 days ago
application for 1,200 homes on the land. This was refused unanimously by both West Oxfordshire District Council (WODC) and Cherwell District Council in September and October. There is concern, however, that if the developers receive approval for... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Local outrage at plans for 300 homesapplication for 1,200 homes on the land. This was refused unanimously by both W
Local outrage at plans for 300 homes
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
application for 1,200 homes on the land. This was refused unanimously by both West Oxfordshire District Council (WODC) and Cherwell District Council in September and October. There is concern, however, that if the developers receive approval for... Read more
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Oxford Mail
YOUR SAY: Is enough being done to tackle air pollution levels across Oxfordshireto be done to tackle poor air quality in the town instead of making it worse wi
YOUR SAY: Is enough being done to tackle air pollution levels across Oxfordshire
Oxford Mail / Posted 9 days ago
to be done to tackle poor air quality in the town instead of making it worse with increased development. It comes after Cherwell District Council declared North Street, Queen's Avenue and Kings End an area which exceeds the national air quality... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Air pollution 'ignored' in so-called 'healthy town'to be done to tackle poor air quality in the town instead of making it worse wi
Air pollution 'ignored' in so-called 'healthy town'
Oxford Mail / Posted 9 days ago
to be done to tackle poor air quality in the town instead of making it worse with increased development. It comes after Cherwell District Council declared North Street, Queen's Avenue and Kings End an area which exceeds the national air quality... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
BBC presenter opens new Radio Horton studioall those years ago." Presenter and grandmother Elizabeth MacLeod, who lives i
BBC presenter opens new Radio Horton studio
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 9 days ago
all those years ago." Presenter and grandmother Elizabeth MacLeod, who lives in Hook Norton but previously served on Cherwell District Council, said: "I had wanted to do something like this before I went to university but back then local... Read more
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Oxford Mail
BBC presenter opens new Radio Horton studioall those years ago." Presenter and grandmother Elizabeth MacLeod, who lives i
BBC presenter opens new Radio Horton studio
Oxford Mail / Posted 9 days ago
all those years ago." Presenter and grandmother Elizabeth MacLeod, who lives in Hook Norton but previously served on Cherwell District Council, said: "I had wanted to do something like this before I went to university but back then local... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Plan to build more houses on village site turned downplan to increase the density of a housing development in Deddington has been re
Plan to build more houses on village site turned down
Banbury Guardian / Posted 12 days ago
plan to increase the density of a housing development in Deddington has been rejected by councillors. Last Thursday, Cherwell District Council’s planning committee turned down an application from David Wilson Homes to add an extra ten houses... Read more
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Oxford Mail
New PSPO planned for Banburygreater powers to arrest and fine people who they believe are drinking heavily
New PSPO planned for Banbury
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 days ago
greater powers to arrest and fine people who they believe are drinking heavily or showing other anti-social behaviour. Cherwell District Council lead member for public protection Tony Ilott stressed the issues were probably being caused by... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Men fined for dumping rubbish in Banburyblack sacks of household rubbish at a recycling bank in Banbury have each been
Men fined for dumping rubbish in Banbury
Banbury Guardian / Posted 19 days ago
black sacks of household rubbish at a recycling bank in Banbury have each been fined £75 for flytipping. On Monday June 27 Cherwell District Council received reports of half-a-dozen rubbish sacks which had been dumped by the glass banks in the car... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Dementia, Obesity and loneliness are key in new Healthy Town programme for Bicesterwith developments – with every home within 400m of a bus stop and walking dista
Dementia, Obesity and loneliness are key in new Healthy Town programme for Bicester
Oxford Mail / Posted 21 days ago
with developments – with every home within 400m of a bus stop and walking distance within 800m of a primary school. So far Cherwell District Council has put forward £20,000 for feasibility studies. Ms Lis added: "One primary area they want to... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
‘Let us provide the roads,’ says Cherwellarea over the devolution of local government this time involving the delivery o
‘Let us provide the roads,’ says Cherwell
Banbury Guardian / Posted 22 days ago
area over the devolution of local government this time involving the delivery of housing and infrastructure. Leader of Cherwell District Council (CDC), Barry Wood, said a unitary authority should be created with Cherwell being given the power... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Have your say on the future of Swalcliffe villageCherwell District Council (CDC) are seeking feedback from the public about the
Have your say on the future of Swalcliffe village
Banbury Guardian / Posted 22 days ago
Cherwell District Council (CDC) are seeking feedback from the public about the proposed change to conversation boundaries which will impact the village of Swalcliffe. A conversation area appraisal will take place for Swalcliffe to review how the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Horton campaigners call on public to have their sayalso be scrapped, all part of plans to save £2.2m. Last Tuesday the county's C
Horton campaigners call on public to have their say
Oxford Mail / Posted 28 days ago
also be scrapped, all part of plans to save £2.2m. Last Tuesday the county's Community Partnership Network met at the Cherwell District Council offices to Bodicote to discuss the plans, with midwives working at the hospital being invited to... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Cherwell agrees and votes to leave the EUThe Cherwell District Council results show a small victory for the leave campai
Cherwell agrees and votes to leave the EU
Banbury Guardian / Posted 30 days ago
The Cherwell District Council results show a small victory for the leave campaign The residents of Cherwell voted to leave the EU by the smallest of majorities. Of the 108,000 registered voters 75.5% turned out to cast a ballot on the... Read more

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