News published April 2020
Karen from Bicester thanks residents for their support
Karen Wells is one of the dozens of bin lorry loaders who are proud to be working hard for north Oxfordshire residents throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oxfordshire businesses urged to submit grant requests
Businesses across Oxfordshire that are yet to submit their details for grant support in response to COVID-19 should do so as soon as possible.
IT service staff deserve huge praise say council leaders
Frontline council workers have rightly won public praise in recent weeks for continuing to do such a terrific job but what about the technical supporters and enablers?
Digital hub offers residents an action-packed guide to staying inside
Cherwell residents can head online to find inspiring new ways to look after their health and wellbeing without leaving the house.
Nightingale makeover for Bicester’s blue lines
Residents living in Bicester West can once again follow their 5k health route after work has been completed to repaint a missing section.
COVID-19 grants are going out to local businesses
The first £6.5m of Government’s COVID-19 grant funding has been issued to businesses in north Oxfordshire.
Residents asked not to burn waste
People living in north Oxfordshire are being asked not to light bonfires to get rid of their waste during the Coronavirus emergency.
Help needed to tackle homelessness during crisis
Hotels, guest houses and landlords can offer support and help protect some of those most at risk during the coronavirus crisis, Cherwell District Council says.
Runners and riders ready to deliver essential meds to self-isolating residents
An innovative new service, connecting running and cycling clubs with local pharmacies, is helping to deliver much needed medication to self-isolating residents in Cherwell.