News published December 2018
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.
Call for all views on affordable housing
Residents are being invited to have their say on the types of homes they want to see built, as part of a council consultation.
Call for classic car owners to rally around town centre event
Owners of classic cars are being invited to display their pride and joy alongside race teams, car clubs and major manufacturers when the Rallye Monte Carlo Historique returns to Banbury in January.
Expansion would bring more jobs to Bicester Heritage
In a fresh boost to Cherwell’s motor industry, eight new employment buildings have been unanimously approved for the former RAF Bicester Airfield.
Way to wellbeing mapped out on website
Discovering new activities in north Oxfordshire just got easier, thanks to the council’s new Wellbeing Activity Map.
Cabbies spot-checked for compliance
People travelling by taxi in the run-up to Christmas are advised that the council has been spot-checking drivers for compliance.
Cherwell beats new homes targets
North Oxfordshire continues to cement its position as a place of growth and housing choice, statistics show.
Winter revellers can take safety selfies
Selfies and crime prevention tips will go hand-in-hand at a series of safety roadshows this month.
A chance to shine for budding young entrepreneurs
Oxfordshire’s brightest young business people are to get an opportunity to showcase their entrepreneurial talents at the Christmas Trade Fair this Saturday, 8 December.
Date change as Christmas collections reach crescendo
Households in Cherwell which are due to have a bin collection on Christmas Day are being warned to put their bins out three days earlier this year.