News published November 2019
Severe Weather Emergency Protocol activated
With cold weather forecast, the Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) is in effect, to make sure there are additional emergency beds available for people sleeping rough.
Council revs up festive parking offers
People driving to Banbury for their Christmas shopping will find it easier thanks to a trio of new parking offers.
Businesspeople of the future share festive wares
Local school pupils will be offering Banbury shoppers the opportunity to buy unique stocking fillers at the Young Enterprise Christmas Trade Fair on Saturday 7 December.
Cat faced amputation after stay at boarding facility
The owner of a cattery where an animal was seriously wounded has pleaded guilty to running an unlicensed facility.
Help with hidden costs sees dream home restored
A couple looking for a quiet place to spend more time as a family have transformed a derelict property in Claydon with the council’s help.
Awards celebrate inspirational Cherwell volunteers
Inspirational volunteers who make a real difference to the Cherwell community have been celebrated at a glittering awards ceremony.
Langford Village spruces up in time for Christmas
People living in Langford Village will be enjoying cleaner street scenes in time for Christmas, thanks to a council cleanliness campaign.
Time running out to register to vote
North Oxfordshire residents are reminded that time is running out to register to vote in next month’s general election.
Grant for healthy homes helps family prepare for winter
A Banbury family living with a range of health complaints have had a helping hand getting their house warm in time for winter.
Paul and his colleagues target November to deep-clean Cherwell’s streets and parks
The falling of the leaves when Autumn changes to Winter is a time that means people’s thoughts turn to warm clothes and switching on the central heating.