News published August 2020
Deadline approaches for businesses to apply for COVID grants
Small and medium sized businesses in Cherwell are being urged to apply for grants to help them with the economic effects of COVID-19, before the deadline expires at midnight this Friday.
Independent experts take a fresh look at options for delivering key local services to Oxfordshire people
Independent experts have taken a fresh look at the different options for local government structures
Graven Hill residents benefit from community house project
A pioneering initiative helping the first residents of new housing developments to form a sense of community, has been rolled out in Graven Hill.
UPDATED: Talk to us before evicting, council tells landlords
Landlords are being asked to talk to the council before evicting tenants, as the Government’s eviction ban nears an end.
Virtual Volunteer Fair set for September
Calling residents of Cherwell who have been giving thought to volunteering
Play today and win a stay with the Cherwell Community Lottery
Residents in north Oxfordshire have for more than a year been enjoying taking part in the Cherwell Community Lottery
Tributes paid to former council chairman
Members of Cherwell District Council are paying tribute to Maureen Hastings, a former council chairman who has passed away at the age of 92.
Solidarity with our Armed Forces
Serving troops and veterans deserve support and recognition in civilian workplaces, the council says, as it celebrates receiving a silver award from the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme.
Frontline services protected from COVID financial shortfall savings as council plans for future challenges
Cherwell District Council is seeking to protect valued frontline services, protect the most vulnerable and begin to plan for the financial challenges of future years.
Free app launched turning Cherwell into virtual playground
Residents in Banbury, Kidlington and Bicester will soon be able to take part in a digital game of discovery which encourages participants to walk and cycle around the district.