News published February 2018
Deep freeze continues for Cherwell taxpayers
Cherwell residents will continue to pay the same for their district council services as they did in 2009 as ninth consecutive tax freeze is announced.
Cherwell reopens car park ahead of schedule
A car park in Banbury that was set to reopen from Saturday, 17 March, is instead already operating for residents to use.
Council backs fight against plastic
The campaign against plastic pollution has been boosted following a council decision.
Cherwell Council hosts training session for residents to raise awareness of fraudsters
On Wednesday, 28 February Cherwell District Council is hosting a ‘Friends Against Scams” session, delivered by Oxfordshire County Council Trading Standards.
Cherwell holds Opportunity Fair for Longford Park
Longford Park residents in Banbury are invited to an Opportunity Fair, with an evening of live music, dance and performing arts at Longford Park Primary School on Tuesday, 20 February.
New gallery for Banbury comes a step closer
Plans to expand Banbury Museum have been given a boost following a council decision.
Have your say on leisure in the district
Residents are being asked to give their feedback on Cherwell District Council’s leisure provisions across the district.
Working together for Bicester
A new co-working space, Perch, has opened its doors in Pioneer Square, Bicester, thanks to an innovative approach to town centre regeneration from Cherwell District Council (CDC).
Caterers strike gold at awards launch
Recognition for food outlets which go above and beyond to provide healthy food in north Oxfordshire has been stepped up with the launch of a new awards scheme.
Weekend fair is just the job
More than a hundred jobseekers took the chance to learn about job opportunities in the Bicester area as the council job fair made its weekend debut.