News published April 2021
Shutting the door on Bicester noise nuisance
The decibels are dropping for residents of a Bicester street where antisocial behaviour and loud music sparked over 70 complaints.
Have your say on the future of Bicester’s London Road level crossing
Make your voice heard on alternative ways for vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians to cross a railway in Bicester.
Leisure centre pass up for grabs by putting your best foot forward
Kidlington residents are into the final stretch of a project to co-design the village’s new walking routes.
Popular school holiday hubs return for children most in need
Primary school pupils entitled to free school meals in North Oxfordshire are offered places at two holiday hubs over Easter.
Observant officers not fooled by fake number plates
Cherwell District Council’s eagle-eyed community safety team catch alleged illegal scrap metal dealers in the act.
Find out who is standing to be police commissioner
Voters can now find out about the people standing to be the Thames Valley’s next Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).
Leisure centres spring into action
Residents can now work out, swim, and take outdoor classes at council-owned leisure centres in Banbury, Bicester and Kidlington.
A message from the Chairman of Cherwell District Council
His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh – a message from the Chairman of Cherwell District Council.
Key dates for the 2021 elections are on the horizon
People in Oxfordshire are being reminded that a number of key dates relating to the May 6, 2021 local elections are getting ever closer.
New bridges delivered to help Bicester Garden Town flourish
A huge civil engineering project to build two new routes underneath the busy Chiltern main line has been completed this Easter.