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Banbury Guardian
Banbury’s open air pool closedBanbury’s open air pool has been closed for the in the middle of the busiest ti
Banbury’s open air pool closed
Banbury Guardian / Posted yesterday
Banbury’s open air pool has been closed for the in the middle of the busiest time of the year. Cherwell District Council spokesman Tom Slingsby said the problem was a fault with the electrical pumps. A member of the public who lives nearby and... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
UPDATE: Thames Water respond to North Bar Street leak concerns80 percent . The water leak and subsequent road closure has also had a knock-o
UPDATE: Thames Water respond to North Bar Street leak concerns
Banbury Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
80 percent . The water leak and subsequent road closure has also had a knock-on effect on town centre parking as both the Cherwell District Council (CDC)-run North Bar East short-stay and North Bar West long-stay car parks had been closed. The... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Business as usual as repairs close Banbury town centre road80 percent . The water leak and subsequent road closure has also had a knock-o
Business as usual as repairs close Banbury town centre road
Banbury Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
80 percent . The water leak and subsequent road closure has also had a knock-on effect on town centre parking as both the Cherwell District Council (CDC)-run North Bar East short-stay and North Bar West long-stay car parks have been closed. CDC... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Two council car parks in Banbury Closed after burst water mainThe nearest short stay car park is at Horsefair while the closest long stay pro
Two council car parks in Banbury Closed after burst water main
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
The nearest short stay car park is at Horsefair while the closest long stay provision is on South Bar or at Compton Road. Cherwell District Council apologises for any inconvenience caused by the unplanned closure. Anyone with any questions about... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banbury burst water pipe closes road and car parksA burst water main has forced the closure of two of Cherwell District Council’s
Banbury burst water pipe closes road and car parks
Banbury Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
A burst water main has forced the closure of two of Cherwell District Council’s car parks in Banbury. Thames Water was called to North Bar, Monday August 15, following reports of a burst pipe and has had to close the road between Horsefair and the... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Bicester retail plans can not go forward without road improvements say councilhas also been rejected. Plans included shops such as Next and Marks and Spence
Bicester retail plans can not go forward without road improvements say council
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 11 days ago
has also been rejected. Plans included shops such as Next and Marks and Spencer, plus three restaurants and a gym. Cherwell District Council lead member for planning Colin Clarke said: "We know that there was some support in Bicester for... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Bicester retail plans can not go forward without road improvements say councilhas also been rejected. Plans included shops such as Next and Marks and Spence
Bicester retail plans can not go forward without road improvements say council
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 days ago
has also been rejected. Plans included shops such as Next and Marks and Spencer, plus three restaurants and a gym. Cherwell District Council lead member for planning Colin Clarke said: "We know that there was some support in Bicester for... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Plans to cut Co-op by half and replace with flats given go ahead in Kidlingtonby 26 objectors regarding the loss of retail and scale of the buildings. Plans
Plans to cut Co-op by half and replace with flats given go ahead in Kidlington
Oxford Mail / Posted 18 days ago
by 26 objectors regarding the loss of retail and scale of the buildings. Plans were discussed for more than an hour at the Cherwell District Council planning meeting yesterday. Councillor Alastair Milne Home said: "Our local plan policy is not to... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Plans to cut Co-op by half and replace with flats given go ahead in Kidlingtonby 26 objectors regarding the loss of retail and scale of the buildings. Plans
Plans to cut Co-op by half and replace with flats given go ahead in Kidlington
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 18 days ago
by 26 objectors regarding the loss of retail and scale of the buildings. Plans were discussed for more than an hour at the Cherwell District Council planning meeting yesterday. Councillor Alastair Milne Home said: "Our local plan policy is not to... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
New homes and cut-sized supermarket for Kidlington approved by majority of just oneby 26 objectors regarding the loss of retail and scale of the buildings. Plans
New homes and cut-sized supermarket for Kidlington approved by majority of just one
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 19 days ago
by 26 objectors regarding the loss of retail and scale of the buildings. Plans were discussed for more than an hour at the Cherwell District Council planning meeting yesterday. Councillor Alastair Milne Home said: "Our local plan policy is not to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
New homes and cut-sized supermarket for Kidlington approved by majority of just oneby 26 objectors regarding the loss of retail and scale of the buildings. Plans
New homes and cut-sized supermarket for Kidlington approved by majority of just one
Oxford Mail / Posted 19 days ago
by 26 objectors regarding the loss of retail and scale of the buildings. Plans were discussed for more than an hour at the Cherwell District Council planning meeting yesterday. Councillor Alastair Milne Home said: "Our local plan policy is not to... Read more
5 related stories
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This is Oxfordshire
New homes to replace cut-sized Coopby 26 objectors regarding the loss of retail and scale of the buildings. Plans
New homes to replace cut-sized Coop
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 19 days ago
by 26 objectors regarding the loss of retail and scale of the buildings. Plans were discussed for more than an hour at the Cherwell District Council planning meeting yesterday. Councillor Alastair Milne Home said: "Our local plan policy is not to... Read more
5 related stories
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Oxford Mail
New homes to replace cut-sized Coopby 26 objectors regarding the loss of retail and scale of the buildings. Plans
New homes to replace cut-sized Coop
Oxford Mail / Posted 19 days ago
by 26 objectors regarding the loss of retail and scale of the buildings. Plans were discussed for more than an hour at the Cherwell District Council planning meeting yesterday. Councillor Alastair Milne Home said: "Our local plan policy is not to... Read more
5 related stories
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Banbury Guardian
‘Second Time Around’ opens its bigger Banbury shopAround has officially opened its new shop which triples its existing space. Th
‘Second Time Around’ opens its bigger Banbury shop
Banbury Guardian / Posted 19 days ago
Around has officially opened its new shop which triples its existing space. The opening was carried out by Chairman of Cherwell District Council Cllr Chris Heath and project managers John Corden and Nathan Wallis. Mr Corden said: “We’ve been... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Firefighters put skills to the test in new buildingin buildings that crews are not familiar with allows us to get the best trainin
Firefighters put skills to the test in new building
Oxford Mail / Posted 26 days ago
in buildings that crews are not familiar with allows us to get the best training environments. "We are really grateful to Cherwell District Council for allowing us to use this building, and for the opportunity to train outside." The training... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Firefighters put skills to the test in new buildingin buildings that crews are not familiar with allows us to get the best trainin
Firefighters put skills to the test in new building
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 26 days ago
in buildings that crews are not familiar with allows us to get the best training environments. "We are really grateful to Cherwell District Council for allowing us to use this building, and for the opportunity to train outside." The training... Read more
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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 1 months 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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