News published September 2018
Eligible voters urged to use cost-effective registration methods
People in Cherwell are being urged to adopt electronic ways of making sure they are registered to vote.
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.
Record numbers enjoy holiday clubs
Hundreds of children enjoyed the summer activity hubs, provided by Cherwell District Council, making 2018 a record year.
Science park given green light to grow
The cutting edge of energy, nanotechnology and aerospace research has been given room to grow in Cherwell, following a meeting of the district Council’s Planning Committee last week.
Event offers insights into local employers
People from the Bicester area are being invited to gain fresh insights into local employers and career opportunities at a unique event this month.
Plans approved for Adderbury recreation ground
A recreation area for the community will be created out of a piece of unused agricultural land in Adderbury after planning permission was approved last month.
Path cleared for Hill to rise from rubble
Demolition work has been completed on the site of The Hill Youth and Community Centre as work on its replacement continues apace.