News published January 2018
Blitz sees Bure Park take a load off
Bicester’s Bure Park is ending January on a high after a council clean-up removed waste equivalent to the weight of two elephants.
Activities lined up for happy holidays
Parents are planning ahead for half term as bookings are taken for the first holiday activity hubs of 2018.
Opportunities up for promotion at fair
A wealth of employment opportunities will be advertised next month as local agencies and businesses come together for the Bicester Job Fair.
Councils catch up with cost of naming streets
As the region experiences a period of housing growth two councils are ensuring the cost of naming and numbering new streets does not impact other services.
Support accelerates for Rallye Monte Carlo Historique
Businesses in Banbury are being urged to drive support for the Rallye Monte Carlo Historique by displaying promotional posters in shop windows and encouraging customers to experience the event.
Wheel turns full circle as Monte Carlo veteran rallies behind event
A former Rallye Monte Carlo driver has been reliving memories of the world-famous classic car event as support builds for its return to Banbury for the first time since 1962.
New jobs expected as warehouse sets sights on growth
An extension to a Banbury warehouse looks set to bring 25 new jobs to the town.
New recycling contract will help you breathe better
Cherwell’s recycling will spend less time on the road and will see emissions slashed following the signing of new recycling contract.
PM appointment endorses Healthy Bicester’s goals
One of the two key priorities of Bicester Healthy New Town has become a national one with Theresa May‘s appointment of a minister for loneliness.
Have say on Canalside future
People are being asked to have their say on the future of Banbury’s Canalside as part of a council consultation.