News published June 2018
Support and information for jobseekers at fair
Jobseekers will be able to get news of the district’s latest employment opportunities at the forthcoming Banbury Job Fair.
Club says thanks in crocus campaign
A certificate of thanks has gone out to a council team which supported The Rotary Club’s Purple4Polio campaign.
Safeguarding training delivers for Banbury hotel guests
Banbury is becoming a safer place for hotel guests thanks to council training.
New ‘Discovery Walk’ to celebrate 70 years of the NHS
To mark the 70th birthday of the National Health Service on 5 July 2018, Healthy Bicester is launching a new short ‘Discovery Walk’ in the town centre.
Neat streets for Hardwick
Hardwick is looking spick and span after the council removed waste weighing the same as four elephants.
Council closes in on fly-tippers
Officers are hot on the trail of offenders who drove down a narrow track to illegally dump waste.
Motorway plan would do a disservice
Plans to build a motorway service station near junction 11 of the M40 have been blocked by Cherwell District Council.
New design to help youth centre shine
The delivery of a new youth centre in Banbury’s Bretch Hill area has moved a step closer.
New homes for key site outlined
Progress is being made on a major development site in Banbury after planning permission for up to 90 homes was granted.
Decision takes shine off unlawful sign
An illuminated sign outside a Bloxham service station must be removed following a council decision.