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Oxford Mail
SCORES ON THE DOORS: The latest food hygiene ratings for food outlets around the countyWarners Butchers Ltd, 64 Brize Norton Road, Minster Lovell, Witney Food Hygien
SCORES ON THE DOORS: The latest food hygiene ratings for food outlets around the county
Oxford Mail / Posted an hour ago
Warners Butchers Ltd, 64 Brize Norton Road, Minster Lovell, Witney Food Hygiene and Safety: Good. High standard of compliance with statutory obligations and industry codes of recommended practice, minor contraventions of food hygiene... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Empty site in Banbury now called home by residentsA redundant eyesore which has now been transformed into affordable apartments a
Empty site in Banbury now called home by residents
Banbury Guardian / Posted yesterday
A redundant eyesore which has now been transformed into affordable apartments and a source of community pride has welcomed its first residents. St Leonard’s House in Grimsbury had previously been stood empty for about six years prior to Cherwell... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Help get district Clean for QueenA call has gone out to schools, businesses and community groups to help get the
Help get district Clean for Queen
Banbury Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
A call has gone out to schools, businesses and community groups to help get the district gleaming for Her Majesty’s 90th birthday. The Clean for the Queen campaign was launched across the UK last week, inviting organisations to take part in the... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banbury residents urged to check electoral register detailsPeople are being reminded to check their electoral registration details are up
Banbury residents urged to check electoral register details
Banbury Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
People are being reminded to check their electoral registration details are up to date ahead of this year’s elections on May 5. As part of the National Voter Registration Drive, which runs from February 1-7, Cherwell District Council is urging all... Read more
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Oxford Mail
SCORES ON THE DOORS: The latest food hygiene ratings for food outlets around OxfordshireLA CROISSANTERIE, 138 COWLEY ROAD, OXFORD: Food Hygiene and Safety: Poor. Some
SCORES ON THE DOORS: The latest food hygiene ratings for food outlets around Oxfordshire
Oxford Mail / Posted 5 days ago
LA CROISSANTERIE, 138 COWLEY ROAD, OXFORD: Food Hygiene and Safety: Poor. Some major non-compliance with statutory obligations – more effort required to prevent fall in standards. Confidence in Management: Little. Varying record of compliance. Poor... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Campaigners in Bicester say plans for warehousing will ‘wreck garden town status’TWO million square feet of warehousing proposed for Bicester could limit the lo
Campaigners in Bicester say plans for warehousing will ‘wreck garden town status’
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
TWO million square feet of warehousing proposed for Bicester could limit the local job market and threaten the town’s ecological credentials, campaigners fear. Four major business park plans have been put forward for land north of the A41 London... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Campaigner dumps rubbish around town to shame the litterbugsA PENSIONER is waging war against litterbugs and abandoned estate agent boards
Campaigner dumps rubbish around town to shame the litterbugs
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 days ago
A PENSIONER is waging war against litterbugs and abandoned estate agent boards by leaving piles of rubbish everywhere. It may sound a bizarre way to tackle the issue, but Norman Smith decided that presenting people with what they abandon might shame... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
3,000 extra homes for Cherwell because Oxford’s full?The Cherwell district could be told to build about 3,000 new homes to help Oxfo
3,000 extra homes for Cherwell because Oxford’s full?
Banbury Guardian / Posted 12 days ago
The Cherwell district could be told to build about 3,000 new homes to help Oxford City’s unmet housing needs. The Local Plan Part 1 was adopted in July last year and includes plans to fully meet the district’s development needs to 2031. But a new... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Householders complain that residential road is being used as ‘town’s car park’CONSTRUCTION of the new community building in Bicester has made parking problem
Householders complain that residential road is being used as ‘town’s car park’
Oxford Mail / Posted 14 days ago
CONSTRUCTION of the new community building in Bicester has made parking problems much worse for residents living opposite. Householders are calling for more to be done to prioritise parking for neighbours of the development in Dunkins Close. They... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Geeks flock to Banbury as Darth Vader puts the word out for conventionJEDI, be on your guard as Darth Vader will be stalking the streets of Banbury t
Geeks flock to Banbury as Darth Vader puts the word out for convention
Oxford Mail / Posted 17 days ago
JEDI, be on your guard as Darth Vader will be stalking the streets of Banbury this month. Thankfully he won’t be disturbing the town’s force. Instead he’s jetting in – though maybe not on the Death Star – for the town’s first “Geek Con”. For one... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banbury charities to be given more help from town council grantsBanbury Town Council will treble the amount of money it gives to charities and
Banbury charities to be given more help from town council grants
Banbury Guardian / Posted 19 days ago
Banbury Town Council will treble the amount of money it gives to charities and good causes. Following a meeting on Tuesday, the council will offer £60,000 in grants to town based groups in 2016/2017 – three times the amount given away in... Read more
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Oxford Mail
More than £700k paid out in compensation for accidents by county’s councils in past two yearsCAMPAIGNERS have called for more to be done to prevent accidents in Oxfordshire
More than £700k paid out in compensation for accidents by county’s councils in past two years
Oxford Mail / Posted 20 days ago
CAMPAIGNERS have called for more to be done to prevent accidents in Oxfordshire after councils in the county shelled out £711,000 in compensation in the past two years. Almost half the total – £333,000 – was paid out to people who suffered injuries... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banbury’s biggest estate to be given council investmentPlans to rejunvenate Banbury’s Bretch Hill estate with new housing opportunitie
Banbury’s biggest estate to be given council investment
Banbury Guardian / Posted 20 days ago
Plans to rejunvenate Banbury’s Bretch Hill estate with new housing opportunities have been announced by Cherwell District Council. As part of its award-winning Build! project, the council announced the plans today (Wednesday) which will also... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Cherwell’s award-winning Build! project now making big stridesThe Build! project is not just any other initiatve, but instead relies on the h
Cherwell’s award-winning Build! project now making big strides
Banbury Guardian / Posted 25 days ago
The Build! project is not just any other initiatve, but instead relies on the homeowner’s ambition and skills they have. As news came through that Cherwell District Council has exceeded its five-year land supply, work on the latest developments of... Read more

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