News published July 2020
Tim promotes understanding and respect as he helps #stopthespread
He may have been on shifts until after midnight during lockdown, but for Bicester’s Tim Davies, serving the town where he was born and bred “doesn’t feel like work”.
Council to kick off conversation about future planning policies
This Friday marks the start of a six-week consultation exercise on the themes and issues that will inform Cherwell District Council’s Local Plan Review.
Runners and riders go the extra mile to support vulnerable residents
Sports men and women from across Cherwell have united to support their communities by delivering 1,300 prescriptions to self-isolating residents during COVID-19.
Hundreds of families getting back in the FAST lane
Families in Cherwell will be able to start using their FAST cards again from Saturday (25 July), giving access to big savings on health and wellbeing activities in the district.
What to look out for as leisure centres reopen
People can lift weights, spin, or hop on the elliptical trainer at council-owned leisure centres in Banbury, Bicester and Kidlington from Saturday.
New business park could bring high-tech jobs to Bicester
A high-tech business park capable of supporting hundreds of jobs could be created to the south of Bicester.
Gary is helping #stopthespread while helping handle customer inquiries to Cherwell District Council
Many of us have not done a day’s work in the office since March and we’ve been adjusting to life working from home
Innovative technology cluster could bring new jobs to Bicester
Plans to expand the existing business activities at the former RAF Bicester to create a “world leading” centre for motoring excellence have come a step closer to reality.
£5k for K5 community wellbeing projects
Not-for-profit organisations based in Kidlington and the surrounding villages can now apply for grants of up to £1,000 each, to help boost health and wellbeing opportunities in the area.
Wellbeing boost for school children as Youth Activators return
A council-run scheme designed to help improve children’s physical and mental wellbeing has resumed in primary schools across Cherwell.