News published July 2019
Banbury Play Day
Join us for the tenth anniversary edition of Banbury Play Day in People’s Park, tomorrow, 25 July!
Go-ahead given for go-karting facility in Bicester
Designs to create an indoor go-karting venue in Bicester have been given the green light after a planning committee meeting on Thursday (18 July).
More affordable homes at former airbase
A greater proportion of affordable and smaller homes at a key site in Upper Heyford will make a new development there more accessible to local people.
New changing facilities planned to help people living with disabilities in Bicester
Plans have been unveiled to revamp Bicester’s public toilets to help those living with disabilities gain greater freedom whilst visiting the town centre.
Bright and shiny Southwold
People living in the Southwold area of Bicester can look forward to extra neat and tidy streets from next week.
Time is up for messy mobile home owners
Two Banbury residents who dumped large amounts of waste on their land have had a vacant mobile home towed away from their property today
Hapless scrap man stumbles into trouble
An unlicensed scrap dealer has had his van towed away from Bodicote House after attempting to remove metal from Cherwell District Council’s private bin area.
Bicester Community Garden blooms during floral competition
Judges from The Royal Horticultural Society were welcomed to Bicester on Thursday (11 July) for the Thames and Chiltern regional Britain in Bloom Competition.
Kidlington residents set to benefit from the successes of Healthy Bicester
Kidlington has been named as the next village to benefit from the healthy place shaping scheme in Oxfordshire, using the successful model developed by the Healthy Bicester project.
Bicester businesses come together to support youth enterprise
More than 200 pupils from across Bicester have learnt more about the world of business during a youth enterprise day.