News published May 2020
Back to school made easier with Muddy Feet
Primary schools in Cherwell have been provided with a bespoke guide, helping children gradually transition back to school after lockdown.
Cherwell helps businesses transition to a low carbon future
A new partnership will offer enhanced support to Cherwell businesses looking to foster a more environmentally friendly approach to growth and prosperity.
Major new sports facility given the go ahead for Bicester
Plans have been approved for a new David Lloyd Health Club in Bicester.
Support package for landlords rehousing those in need
North Oxfordshire landlords stand to benefit from a range of council support if they house those currently in emergency accommodation because of COVID-19.
Hook Norton’s eco-friendly housing plans progress
A community-driven housing development in Hook Norton has come a step closer to being realised, following a council decision.
Cherwell approaches digital democracy milestone
Plans to ensure key decisions are made for north Oxfordshire residents will be put into action from next week, when the first virtual meeting of Cherwell District Council will be held.
Surge in residents using Healthy Bicester’s blue lines for exercise during lockdown
Hundreds of residents have been lacing up their trainers and heading to Healthy Bicester’s blue line health routes for their one dose of daily exercise during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oxfordshire to mark the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe
Oxfordshire councils are to mark the historical milestone of Victory in Europe Day on 8 May with a series of video tributes from key people across the county.
Cherwell tops the tables as more adults become physically active
In the past year, more adults have become physically active in Cherwell than any other region in Oxfordshire, according to a major new report.
New food outlets should register with council
Consumers wanting food delivered to their homes can get extra reassurance by making sure they only use registered businesses, the council says, as new food outlets spring up.