News published June 2019
Infrastructure funding is key to new housing site
Funding for a new primary school, sports pitches and healthcare is key to plans to build up to 320 homes in Banbury.
Bold new signs point the way to better air quality in Bicester
Motorists using the London Road in Bicester will soon see several new signs reminding them to cut their engines while waiting for the train barriers to lift.
Unlicensed scrap dealer caught in the act
An unlicensed scrap metal collector had his vehicle seized just moments after he was seen removing items from private property last week.
Rent refund for victim of unlawful eviction
A Bicester man who was left sleeping in his car after being unlawfully evicted is set to receive a £7,960 rent refund.
Updates on step-free access to Castle Quay
Due to ongoing works on the Castle Quay Waterfront development, there is no step-free access to Castle Quay Shopping Centre via the southern canal path.
Cash boost to further Bicester’s Garden Town Project
Three quarters of a million of pounds has been agreed to help the improvement and development of Bicester in the latest round of Garden Town Capacity Funding.
Summer of fun in store for young people
Preparations for the summer activity programme are underway after Cherwell District Council’s half term hubs proved a hit with local children.
Food safety, everyone’s business
With the first ever World Food Safety Day set to take place on Friday, 7 June, Cherwell is highlighting the work of its food safety team in helping to remove food that has been recalled.
Charitable choices just days away
People living in north Oxfordshire will soon be able to back the charities of their choice through the Cherwell Lottery.
Champion riders will sprint to the line at Blenheim
Oxfordshire is set to host the OVO Energy Women’s Tour for the next three years, starting with the county’s first-ever stage on Wednesday 12 June.