Bright and shiny Southwold
People living in the Southwold area of Bicester can look forward to extra neat and tidy streets from next…
Hapless scrap man stumbles into trouble
An unlicensed scrap dealer has had his van towed away from Bodicote House after attempting to remove metal from Cherwell District Council’s private bin area.
Bicester Community Garden blooms during floral competition
Judges from The Royal Horticultural Society were welcomed to Bicester on Thursday (11 July) for the Thames and Chiltern regional Britain in Bloom Competition.
Bold new signs point the way to better air quality in Bicester
Motorists using the London Road in Bicester will soon see several new signs reminding them to cut their engines while waiting for the train barriers to lift.
Gardeners invited to scoop their share of compost
Three compost giveaways next month will see north Oxfordshire gardeners reap the rewards of their recycling.
Oxfordshire to get business and community boost from major women’s cycle race
Oxfordshire is expecting economic and health benefits from hosting the prestigious OVO Energy Women’s Tour professional cycling race, which will pedal through the county on Wednesday, June 12,…
Greeting spring with a deep clean
Bicester will soon be looking extra spick and span as the town centre gets a spring clean from the council.
£40k for village pocket parks
People in Deddington and Stratton Audley will soon be enjoying new community facilities, thanks to a major funding award from Government.
Tracking down the tyre-tippers
An investigation has been launched after over a hundred tyres were illegally dumped near Fritwell.
Zero carbon business centre is the first Passivhaus Plus certified development in the UK
The Perch Eco Business Centre Bicester, developed by Cherwell District Council and supported by European Regional Development Funding, is a vibrant new workplace in Elmsbrook, North West Bicester.
A fine time to clean up for café
A Banbury café is rolling out improvements for customers in the wake of being ordered to pay £22,804 for food hygiene offences.
Cherwell residents asked to rate refuse and street cleaning services
With a top 40 positon in the national recycling league table Cherwell District Council is asking residents to take part in a survey to help improve the quality of waste collection and street cleaning.
Christmas comes early with a visit from the recycling elves
Billy is one of the hundreds of district kids who love waving out of the window at Cherwell District Council’s bin men.
Council fleet turns over a greener leaf
The Thorpe Lane waste and recycling depot in Banbury is welcoming the latest generation of electric vehicles.
Clean team goes for Glory
A cleanliness campaign will visit Bicester’s Glory Farm next week as Cherwell District Council’s street cleansing team takes on litter, fly-tips, graffiti and more.
Toxic find sparks hunt for fly-tippers
An investigation is under way after around 16 sheets of asbestos were illegally dumped on woodland in Nethercote, Banbury.
Ground breaking satellite technology helping to make Bicester a healthier place
The Healthy New Towns programme, funded by NHS England and led by Cherwell District Council, is working to discover ways to make it appealing for residents to lead healthy lifestyles.