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£800,000 pavilion opens todayafter the Premier League and The FA Facilities Fund, through the Football Found
£800,000 pavilion opens today
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
after the Premier League and The FA Facilities Fund, through the Football Foundation, awarded a grant of £348,828. Oxford City Council part-funded the build through a £2m investment into pavilions in the city – which also included pavilions... Read more
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Oxford Mail
£800,000 pavilion opens todayafter the Premier League and The FA Facilities Fund, through the Football Found
£800,000 pavilion opens today
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
after the Premier League and The FA Facilities Fund, through the Football Foundation, awarded a grant of £348,828. Oxford City Council part-funded the build through a £2m investment into pavilions in the city – which also included pavilions... Read more
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'Uncleanable' Bangkok House handed two-star food hygiene ratingrestaurant being slammed by food hygiene bosses. Bangkok House in Hythe Bridge
'Uncleanable' Bangkok House handed two-star food hygiene rating
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
restaurant being slammed by food hygiene bosses. Bangkok House in Hythe Bridge Street was given a two-star rating when Oxford City Council inspectors visited last month. Mouldy fridges, greasy surfaces and inappropriate storage of raw meat... Read more
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Oxford Mail
'Uncleanable' Bangkok House handed two-star food hygiene ratingrestaurant being slammed by food hygiene bosses. Bangkok House in Hythe Bridge
'Uncleanable' Bangkok House handed two-star food hygiene rating
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
restaurant being slammed by food hygiene bosses. Bangkok House in Hythe Bridge Street was given a two-star rating when Oxford City Council inspectors visited last month. Mouldy fridges, greasy surfaces and inappropriate storage of raw meat... Read more
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Turning circle row could scrap plans to pedestrianise Queen StreetNuffield College has objected because it could affect future development of Wor
Turning circle row could scrap plans to pedestrianise Queen Street
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
Nuffield College has objected because it could affect future development of Worcester Street car park, which it owns. Oxford City Council leader Bob Price said the objection was a "fly in the ointment" as progress continued with the Westgate... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Turning circle row could scrap plans to pedestrianise Queen StreetNuffield College has objected because it could affect future development of Wor
Turning circle row could scrap plans to pedestrianise Queen Street
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Nuffield College has objected because it could affect future development of Worcester Street car park, which it owns. Oxford City Council leader Bob Price said the objection was a "fly in the ointment" as progress continued with the Westgate... Read more
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'Bad Brexit deal could threaten thousands of jobs at BMW's Oxford plant'those situations is always horrendous." BMW says it is continuing with ‘busine
'Bad Brexit deal could threaten thousands of jobs at BMW's Oxford plant'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
those situations is always horrendous." BMW says it is continuing with ‘business as usual’ for now, but senior figures at Oxford City Council said they were watching the situation closely. Finance chiefs at the local authority have warned the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
'Bad Brexit deal could threaten thousands of jobs at BMW's Oxford plant'those situations is always horrendous." BMW says it is continuing with ‘busine
'Bad Brexit deal could threaten thousands of jobs at BMW's Oxford plant'
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
those situations is always horrendous." BMW says it is continuing with ‘business as usual’ for now, but senior figures at Oxford City Council said they were watching the situation closely. Finance chiefs at the local authority have warned the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Flag backing bisexuality will be flownwill be flown over the 1930s extension of the town hall to acknowledge the coun
Flag backing bisexuality will be flown
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
will be flown over the 1930s extension of the town hall to acknowledge the council's support. Ed Turner, deputy leader of Oxford City Council, said: "As a council we are aware of the real problems still faced by the Bi community, and that having... Read more
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Flag backing bisexuality will be flownwill be flown over the 1930s extension of the town hall to acknowledge the coun
Flag backing bisexuality will be flown
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
will be flown over the 1930s extension of the town hall to acknowledge the council's support. Ed Turner, deputy leader of Oxford City Council, said: "As a council we are aware of the real problems still faced by the Bi community, and that having... Read more
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Oxford Mail
UK's largest community-owned solar rooftop completed at Banburysocial enterprise Low Carbon Hub. The group has not yet raised all of that mon
UK's largest community-owned solar rooftop completed at Banbury
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
social enterprise Low Carbon Hub. The group has not yet raised all of that money from investors, and took out a loan from Oxford City Council to cover part of the cost, but people can still invest. The hub said the project’s size was significant... Read more
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Plan for thousands more homes across Oxfordshire is branded 'stitch up'on which the only voting members are six council leaders. They have been negot
Plan for thousands more homes across Oxfordshire is branded 'stitch up'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
on which the only voting members are six council leaders. They have been negotiating for more than two years, after Oxford City Council said it did not have space to deliver 15,000 of the 28,000 new homes it was forecast to need by... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Plan for thousands more homes across Oxfordshire is branded 'stitch up'on which the only voting members are six council leaders. They have been negot
Plan for thousands more homes across Oxfordshire is branded 'stitch up'
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
on which the only voting members are six council leaders. They have been negotiating for more than two years, after Oxford City Council said it did not have space to deliver 15,000 of the 28,000 new homes it was forecast to need by... Read more
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Oxford Town Hall to fly bi-flag for the first timeThe historic Town Hall of Oxford City Council will be decked out with pink, pur
Oxford Town Hall to fly bi-flag for the first time
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 5 days ago
The historic Town Hall of Oxford City Council will be decked out with pink, purple and blue for the first time in its history on Friday. The council will fly the Bi Pride Flag to mark International Bi-visibility Day celebrating bisexuality, bisexual... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Oxford Town Hall to fly bi-flag for the first timeThe historic Town Hall of Oxford City Council will be decked out with pink, pur
Oxford Town Hall to fly bi-flag for the first time
Oxford Mail / Posted 5 days ago
The historic Town Hall of Oxford City Council will be decked out with pink, purple and blue for the first time in its history on Friday. The council will fly the Bi Pride Flag to mark International Bi-visibility Day celebrating bisexuality, bisexual... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Development plan for derelict Pub opposed by parish councilby parish councillors and people living nearby. Zaiqat and Shoqat Ali Saddique
Development plan for derelict Pub opposed by parish council
Oxford Mail / Posted 6 days ago
by parish councillors and people living nearby. Zaiqat and Shoqat Ali Saddique submitted an outline application to Oxford City Council in July to demolish the old Jack Russell pub, in Salford Road, Marston, and build three-storey flats... Read more
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Development plan for derelict Pub opposed by parish councilby parish councillors and people living nearby. Zaiqat and Shoqat Ali Saddique
Development plan for derelict Pub opposed by parish council
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 6 days ago
by parish councillors and people living nearby. Zaiqat and Shoqat Ali Saddique submitted an outline application to Oxford City Council in July to demolish the old Jack Russell pub, in Salford Road, Marston, and build three-storey flats... Read more
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Oxford to become more bird friendly with 'swift city' statusthe RSPB will work alongside partners including Oxford University, the Oxford U
Oxford to become more bird friendly with 'swift city' status
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 8 days ago
the RSPB will work alongside partners including Oxford University, the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Oxford City Council and Thames Valley Environmental Records Centre (TVERC). It will also work with the Berks, Bucks and Oxon... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Oxford to become more bird friendly with 'swift city' statusthe RSPB will work alongside partners including Oxford University, the Oxford U
Oxford to become more bird friendly with 'swift city' status
Oxford Mail / Posted 8 days ago
the RSPB will work alongside partners including Oxford University, the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Oxford City Council and Thames Valley Environmental Records Centre (TVERC). It will also work with the Berks, Bucks and Oxon... Read more
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New £800,000 Cutteslowe Park pavilion to be opened next weekafter the Premier League and The FA Facilities Fund, through the Football Found
New £800,000 Cutteslowe Park pavilion to be opened next week
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 10 days ago
after the Premier League and The FA Facilities Fund, through the Football Foundation, awarded a grant of £348,828. Oxford City Council part-funded the build through a £2m investment project into pavilions in the city – which also included... Read more
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Oxford Mail
New £800,000 Cutteslowe Park pavilion to be opened next weekafter the Premier League and The FA Facilities Fund, through the Football Found
New £800,000 Cutteslowe Park pavilion to be opened next week
Oxford Mail / Posted 10 days ago
after the Premier League and The FA Facilities Fund, through the Football Foundation, awarded a grant of £348,828. Oxford City Council part-funded the build through a £2m investment project into pavilions in the city – which also included... Read more
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Headington guest house owner warns new pipeline will hit tradefor people to stay.” His comments come a week after multi-million pound plans
Headington guest house owner warns new pipeline will hit trade
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 10 days ago
for people to stay.” His comments come a week after multi-million pound plans by Vital Energi were given the go ahead by Oxford City Council to build a new pipeline between the John Radcliffe and Churchill Hospitals. It was approved despite... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Headington guest house owner warns new pipeline will hit tradefor people to stay.” His comments come a week after multi-million pound plans
Headington guest house owner warns new pipeline will hit trade
Oxford Mail / Posted 10 days ago
for people to stay.” His comments come a week after multi-million pound plans by Vital Energi were given the go ahead by Oxford City Council to build a new pipeline between the John Radcliffe and Churchill Hospitals. It was approved despite... Read more
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Firefighters praise passer-by who rescued man from River Thames after he fell from Donnington Bridge RoadBurt, a construction worker for Greenford Ltd, was working with a crew nearby c
Firefighters praise passer-by who rescued man from River Thames after he fell from Donnington Bridge Road
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 11 days ago
Burt, a construction worker for Greenford Ltd, was working with a crew nearby carrying out bank repairs for Oxford City Council. He said: "As soon as we heard the sirens there was already somebody there doing CPR. "Paramedics, the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Firefighters praise passer-by who rescued man from River Thames after he fell from Donnington Bridge RoadBurt, a construction worker for Greenford Ltd, was working with a crew nearby c
Firefighters praise passer-by who rescued man from River Thames after he fell from Donnington Bridge Road
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Burt, a construction worker for Greenford Ltd, was working with a crew nearby carrying out bank repairs for Oxford City Council. He said: "As soon as we heard the sirens there was already somebody there doing CPR. "Paramedics, the... Read more
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Half county's beds for homeless to be axedyears. It has so far been approved by Cherwell, South Oxfordshire and Vale of
Half county's beds for homeless to be axed
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 11 days ago
years. It has so far been approved by Cherwell, South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils already, with Oxford city council set to consider it tomorrow. It is hoped overall that it will fund up to 139 beds across the county,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Half county's beds for homeless to be axedyears. It has so far been approved by Cherwell, South Oxfordshire and Vale of
Half county's beds for homeless to be axed
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 days ago
years. It has so far been approved by Cherwell, South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils already, with Oxford city council set to consider it tomorrow. It is hoped overall that it will fund up to 139 beds across the county,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Passer-by rescues man from River Thames after he fell from Donnington Bridge Roadscene. David Burt, a construction worker for Greenford Ltd, was working with a
Passer-by rescues man from River Thames after he fell from Donnington Bridge Road
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 days ago
scene. David Burt, a construction worker for Greenford Ltd, was working with a crew nearby carrying out bank repairs for Oxford City Council. He told the Oxford Mail: “As soon as we heard the sirens there was already somebody there doing... Read more
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Half county's beds for homeless to be axedyears. It has so far been approved by Cherwell, South Oxfordshire and Vale of
Half county's beds for homeless to be axed
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 11 days ago
years. It has so far been approved by Cherwell, South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils already, with Oxford city council set to consider it tomorrow. It is hoped overall that it will fund up to 139 beds across the county,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Half county's beds for homeless to be axedyears. It has so far been approved by Cherwell, South Oxfordshire and Vale of
Half county's beds for homeless to be axed
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 days ago
years. It has so far been approved by Cherwell, South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils already, with Oxford city council set to consider it tomorrow. It is hoped overall that it will fund up to 139 beds across the county,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Silence broken over failed shake-up of councils in Oxfordshireof each authority had agreed not to discuss it further. While the county counc
Silence broken over failed shake-up of councils in Oxfordshire
Oxford Mail / Posted 12 days ago
of each authority had agreed not to discuss it further. While the county council favoured having one single council, Oxford City Council and the district councils called for three that would work together on a combined authority... Read more
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Oxford Mail
City and districts break silence over shake-up of councils in Oxfordshireof each authority had agreed not to discuss it further. While the county counc
City and districts break silence over shake-up of councils in Oxfordshire
Oxford Mail / Posted 12 days ago
of each authority had agreed not to discuss it further. While the county council favoured having one single council, Oxford City Council and the district councils called for three that would work together on a combined authority... Read more
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Top Oxford City Council lawyer dies in cycling eventTRIBUTES have been paid to the “warm, supportive and much-loved” legal chief at
Top Oxford City Council lawyer dies in cycling event
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 12 days ago
TRIBUTES have been paid to the “warm, supportive and much-loved” legal chief at Oxford City Council, who has died aged 47 after a cycling event on Sunday. Jeremy Thomas had been the local authority’s head of law and governance since July 2005 but... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Top Oxford City Council lawyer dies in cycling eventTRIBUTES have been paid to the “warm, supportive and much-loved” legal chief at
Top Oxford City Council lawyer dies in cycling event
Oxford Mail / Posted 12 days ago
TRIBUTES have been paid to the “warm, supportive and much-loved” legal chief at Oxford City Council, who has died aged 47 after a cycling event on Sunday. Jeremy Thomas had been the local authority’s head of law and governance since July 2005 but... Read more
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Relief for householders as £2.2m flood alleviation scheme approvedwill protect 110 Oxford homes has been given the go ahead. At an East Area Pla
Relief for householders as £2.2m flood alleviation scheme approved
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 13 days ago
will protect 110 Oxford homes has been given the go ahead. At an East Area Planning Committee meeting on Wednesday night Oxford city councillors voted unanimously to approve the project which will protect homes in Marston and Northway in the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Relief for householders as £2.2m flood alleviation scheme approvedwill protect 110 Oxford homes has been given the go ahead. At an East Area Pla
Relief for householders as £2.2m flood alleviation scheme approved
Oxford Mail / Posted 13 days ago
will protect 110 Oxford homes has been given the go ahead. At an East Area Planning Committee meeting on Wednesday night Oxford city councillors voted unanimously to approve the project which will protect homes in Marston and Northway in the... Read more
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Lodge Club in Oxford could become hall for St Ebbe's Churchplans to replace it with a hotel but these were rebuffed by the city council.
Lodge Club in Oxford could become hall for St Ebbe's Church
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 15 days ago
plans to replace it with a hotel but these were rebuffed by the city council. The Littlegate Trust has lodged plans with Oxford City Council to change the building's use to a church hall "for the benefit of Christian work in Oxford". A... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Lodge Club in Oxford could become hall for St Ebbe's Churchplans to replace it with a hotel but these were rebuffed by the city council.
Lodge Club in Oxford could become hall for St Ebbe's Church
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 days ago
plans to replace it with a hotel but these were rebuffed by the city council. The Littlegate Trust has lodged plans with Oxford City Council to change the building's use to a church hall "for the benefit of Christian work in Oxford". A... Read more
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More fuel for tribunal after tower interior works called "appalling"A COURT showdown between leaseholders at Oxford's five towers and Oxford City C
More fuel for tribunal after tower interior works called "appalling"
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 16 days ago
A COURT showdown between leaseholders at Oxford's five towers and Oxford City Council is at last on the horizon after nine months of angst. Fifty-one households are set to challenge bills of about £50,000 charged to them for repairs to Windrush,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
More fuel for tribunal after tower interior works called "appalling"A COURT showdown between leaseholders at Oxford's five towers and Oxford City C
More fuel for tribunal after tower interior works called "appalling"
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 days ago
A COURT showdown between leaseholders at Oxford's five towers and Oxford City Council is at last on the horizon after nine months of angst. Fifty-one households are set to challenge bills of about £50,000 charged to them for repairs to Windrush,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Headington residents warn of traffic chaos after pipeline works are approvedthe John Radcliffe and Churchill hospitals were given the go ahead at a plannin
Headington residents warn of traffic chaos after pipeline works are approved
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 days ago
the John Radcliffe and Churchill hospitals were given the go ahead at a planning committee meeting on Wednesday. Oxford City Council voted by an overwhelming majority to give contractor Vital Energi the go ahead for the 18-month long... Read more
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Northway and Marston flood scheme finally approvedthe John Radcliffe and Churchill hospitals were given the go ahead at a plannin
Northway and Marston flood scheme finally approved
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 17 days ago
the John Radcliffe and Churchill hospitals were given the go ahead at a planning committee meeting on Wednesday. Oxford City Council voted by an overwhelming majority to give contractor Vital Energi the go ahead for the 18-month long... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Northway and Marston flood scheme finally approvedthe John Radcliffe and Churchill hospitals were given the go ahead at a plannin
Northway and Marston flood scheme finally approved
Oxford Mail / Posted 17 days ago
the John Radcliffe and Churchill hospitals were given the go ahead at a planning committee meeting on Wednesday. Oxford City Council voted by an overwhelming majority to give contractor Vital Energi the go ahead for the 18-month long... Read more
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Northway and Marston flood scheme finally approved2005, 2007 and most recently in 2012. The first phase of the project, centring
Northway and Marston flood scheme finally approved
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 17 days ago
2005, 2007 and most recently in 2012. The first phase of the project, centring on Northway Community Field was approved by Oxford City Council in July. The second phase will see the scheme extended to Court Place Farm Recreation Ground and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Northway and Marston flood scheme finally approved2005, 2007 and most recently in 2012. The first phase of the project, centring
Northway and Marston flood scheme finally approved
Oxford Mail / Posted 17 days ago
2005, 2007 and most recently in 2012. The first phase of the project, centring on Northway Community Field was approved by Oxford City Council in July. The second phase will see the scheme extended to Court Place Farm Recreation Ground and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
IT consultant suffering cancer took fatal overdosehis cancer an underlying cause. Oxfordshire coroner Darren Salter said he beli
IT consultant suffering cancer took fatal overdose
Oxford Mail / Posted 18 days ago
his cancer an underlying cause. Oxfordshire coroner Darren Salter said he believed Mr Evans, a former IT consultant for Oxford City Council, had decided to take his own life. He added: "He had endured an awful time with an unrelenting cancer... Read more
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Couple return to St Giles' Fair five decades after first romantic visityears of happy marriage. The couple, who lived in Kidlington for almost half a
Couple return to St Giles' Fair five decades after first romantic visit
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 18 days ago
years of happy marriage. The couple, who lived in Kidlington for almost half a century, have been given a golden ticket by Oxford City Council which will allow them unlimited use of all the rides at the fair. It is a far cry from their visit in... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Couple return to St Giles' Fair five decades after first romantic visityears of happy marriage. The couple, who lived in Kidlington for almost half a
Couple return to St Giles' Fair five decades after first romantic visit
Oxford Mail / Posted 18 days ago
years of happy marriage. The couple, who lived in Kidlington for almost half a century, have been given a golden ticket by Oxford City Council which will allow them unlimited use of all the rides at the fair. It is a far cry from their visit in... Read more
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Three East Oxford landlords taken to task over HMOsbeen given six months to stop using their properties as houses in multiple occu
Three East Oxford landlords taken to task over HMOs
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 21 days ago
been given six months to stop using their properties as houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) after losing appeals against Oxford City Council. The individuals were letting out converted family houses in Grays Road and Valentia Road, East Oxford,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Three East Oxford landlords taken to task over HMOsbeen given six months to stop using their properties as houses in multiple occu
Three East Oxford landlords taken to task over HMOs
Oxford Mail / Posted 21 days ago
been given six months to stop using their properties as houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) after losing appeals against Oxford City Council. The individuals were letting out converted family houses in Grays Road and Valentia Road, East Oxford,... Read more
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