Cherwell District Council

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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 yesterday
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 2 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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Oxford Mail
District council says single authority would deal with overgrown vergesTHE COUNTY'S problem with uncut grass verges could be solved by having a single
District council says single authority would deal with overgrown verges
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
THE COUNTY'S problem with uncut grass verges could be solved by having a single council for each area, the leader of Cherwell District Council has said. This claim comes a day after the Oxford Mail revealed the state of many overgrown and... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
How is Cherwell District Council performing? Let them knowResidents are being asked to give Cherwell District Council marks out of ten as
How is Cherwell District Council performing? Let them know
Banbury Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
Residents are being asked to give Cherwell District Council marks out of ten as the authority launches its annual survey. The consultation is a key indicator of how happy residents are with the council’s work. It also provides them the opportunity... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Marks and Spencer store marks tenth birthdaya blow when plans for the Bicester Retail Park development, which would have in
Marks and Spencer store marks tenth birthday
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
a blow when plans for the Bicester Retail Park development, which would have included a new outlet, were refused by Cherwell District Council. Developer Consolidated Property has since lodged an appeal against the decision. If permission is... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Easington welcomes trial bus alternativeterm - since the announcements are the Hanwell Fields and Bodicote buses. The
Easington welcomes trial bus alternative
Banbury Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
term - since the announcements are the Hanwell Fields and Bodicote buses. The news of the saving of the B1 service came as Cherwell District Council chairman Cllr Barry Wood said creating a ‘green and sustainable district’ for residents of Cherwell... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banbury Boxing Club to offer discounted class rates and membership.now try out the sport of boxing for next to nothing. Banbury Boxing Club, at 4
Banbury Boxing Club to offer discounted class rates and membership.
Banbury Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
now try out the sport of boxing for next to nothing. Banbury Boxing Club, at 47D Broad Street, working in partnership with Cherwell District Council, are offering youth classes for just £1. The scheme has been made possible due to funding from... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Fears over accidents due to 'dangerously' overgrown verges after council reduces maintenance to one cut a yearas there is nowhere to go.” The council’s budget cuts have also prompted some
Fears over accidents due to 'dangerously' overgrown verges after council reduces maintenance to one cut a year
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
as there is nowhere to go.” The council’s budget cuts have also prompted some district councils to take action. Leader of Cherwell District Council Barry Wood said it will invest £42,839 to cut grass across Banbury, Bicester, Kidlington, Gosford... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Cherwell says grass cutting issue illustrates local government devolution debatethe best solution for the devolution of local government in Oxfordshire has rea
Cherwell says grass cutting issue illustrates local government devolution debate
Banbury Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
the best solution for the devolution of local government in Oxfordshire has reached a new battle ground – grass cutting. Cherwell District Council (CDC) has taken over some grass cutting responsibilities from Oxfordshire County Council (OCC)... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
New homes give boost to Banbury’s infrastructurethe town. Bellway Homes is building 412 new homes on land off Southam Road aft
New homes give boost to Banbury’s infrastructure
Banbury Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
the town. Bellway Homes is building 412 new homes on land off Southam Road after receiving full planning permission from Cherwell District Council last October. The plots will comprise a collection of stone and brick building sranging from two to... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banbury charity launches campaign to highlight the many programs they offer young people.breakdown. “So a core area for us, which sits extremely tightly with the homel
Banbury charity launches campaign to highlight the many programs they offer young people.
Banbury Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
breakdown. “So a core area for us, which sits extremely tightly with the homelessness prevention strategy that CDC (Cherwell District Council) are maintaining, is that we work with families to try to avoid the young person ending up where... Read more
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Daily Star
'No peeping please' Horny couples worried police at new HQ will catch them at itforce argued the residents' privacy would not be affected. Councilor Colin Cla
'No peeping please' Horny couples worried police at new HQ will catch them at it
Daily Star / Posted 8 days ago
force argued the residents' privacy would not be affected. Councilor Colin Clarke, lead member for planning for Cherwell District Council, said "This application provides for the continued modernisation of the Thames Valley Police... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Multi-storey carpark closure angers townBanbury’s Bolton Road carpark lowers its barriers for good. Banbury residents
Multi-storey carpark closure angers town
Banbury Guardian / Posted 11 days ago
Banbury’s Bolton Road carpark lowers its barriers for good. Banbury residents and business owners are outraged at Cherwell District Councils decision to permanently close the town’s original multi-storey carpark. The Bolton Rd multi-storey car park... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Age UK’s White Lion Walk hub set to close in Octoberbuilding and was the template that Age UK saw as the best way to deliver its se
Age UK’s White Lion Walk hub set to close in October
Banbury Guardian / Posted 11 days ago
building and was the template that Age UK saw as the best way to deliver its services. However funding partners such as Cherwell District Council and the NHS wanted a bigger emphasis on outreach programs to reach the most vulnerable and isolated... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Hanwell Field travellers finally move onto terrorise and leave terrible mess is unacceptable.” The travellers moved fr
Hanwell Field travellers finally move on
Banbury Guardian / Posted 12 days ago
to terrorise and leave terrible mess is unacceptable.” The travellers moved from all locations on the evening of June 12. Cherwell District Council said in a statement that the land was privately owned and the matter was in now in the hands of... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Former Milcombe man fears a mess-up may prevent his EU vote being countedformer Milcombe man, now living in Spain, fears his postal vote may not arrive
Former Milcombe man fears a mess-up may prevent his EU vote being counted
Banbury Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
former Milcombe man, now living in Spain, fears his postal vote may not arrive in time because of a registration mix-up at Cherwell District Council. Roy Parker, who lives in Torrevieja, southern Spain sent registration papers to the elections... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Five things you need to know for todayof the town centre. It follows a recent inspection of the car park by an indep
Five things you need to know for today
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 16 days ago
of the town centre. It follows a recent inspection of the car park by an independent structual engineer who found what Cherwell District Council called "some significant structural issues." Councillor George Reynolds, the council's deputy... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Five things you need to know for todayof the town centre. It follows a recent inspection of the car park by an indep
Five things you need to know for today
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 days ago
of the town centre. It follows a recent inspection of the car park by an independent structual engineer who found what Cherwell District Council called "some significant structural issues." Councillor George Reynolds, the council's deputy... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Banbury's multi-storey car park to close for good todayof the town centre. It follows a recent inspection of the car park by an indep
Banbury's multi-storey car park to close for good today
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 days ago
of the town centre. It follows a recent inspection of the car park by an independent structual engineer who found what Cherwell District Council called "some significant structural issues." Councillor George Reynolds, the council's deputy... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Cash boost of £20,000 pledged by council bosses for Bicester Healthy Town schemeEngland in March that the town had been selected as one of ten to trial new way
Cash boost of £20,000 pledged by council bosses for Bicester Healthy Town scheme
Oxford Mail / Posted 17 days ago
England in March that the town had been selected as one of ten to trial new ways of merging health into future building. Cherwell District Council leader Barry Wood said: "There was a lot of interest in this programme from across the country and... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Mapping error leaves parts of Banbury knee high in uncut grassBanbury allowing grass to go un-mowed for several weeks. Grass cutting of thes
Mapping error leaves parts of Banbury knee high in uncut grass
Banbury Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
Banbury allowing grass to go un-mowed for several weeks. Grass cutting of these areas was previously the responsibility of Cherwell District Council working as agents for the OCC. This responsibility has now been transferred to Banbury Town Council... Read more
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Oxford Mail
More than 1,000 readers join to Bicester's new librarya Bicester regeneration project which began with the construction of Pioneer Sq
More than 1,000 readers join to Bicester's new library
Oxford Mail / Posted 23 days ago
a Bicester regeneration project which began with the construction of Pioneer Square in 2013. Alongside the library, a new Cherwell District Council office, a 53-bedroom Travelodge, office space and shop space also share the building. The library... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Town market trader reaches milestonemarket. Local favourite Richard White was presented with the Longest Standing
Town market trader reaches milestone
Banbury Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
market. Local favourite Richard White was presented with the Longest Standing Trader award by Chris Heath, chairman of Cherwell District Council, on Saturday, May 21. The award was presented at the Banbury edition of Love Your Local Market... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Volunteer driver service needs help to meet urgent demandis also new sheltered housing being built – all in all, there is huge demand."
Volunteer driver service needs help to meet urgent demand
Oxford Mail / Posted 24 days ago
is also new sheltered housing being built – all in all, there is huge demand." The volunteer driving service is funded by Cherwell District Council and based at the Banbury Citizen’s Advice Bureau covering Bicester, Banbury and surrounding... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banburyshire residents urged to ensure they can vote in the referendum by registering by next Tuesday, June 7to do so. It is relatively quick and easy online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote
Banburyshire residents urged to ensure they can vote in the referendum by registering by next Tuesday, June 7
Banbury Guardian / Posted 25 days ago
to do so. It is relatively quick and easy online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote or you can contact Democratic Services at Cherwell District Council on 01295 221 587,” she said. “The outcome of the referendum will determine the future of our... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Scything, pond-digging and wildflower planting lessons in Banburyscrub and planting wild flowers. The project has also been funded by £64,000 f
Scything, pond-digging and wildflower planting lessons in Banbury
Oxford Mail / Posted 25 days ago
scrub and planting wild flowers. The project has also been funded by £64,000 from Banbury Town Council, £4,000 from Cherwell District Council and £27,295 from waste management firm Grundon. The first phase of Wild Banbury, funded through a... Read more
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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 30 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 a month 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 a month 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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