News published August 2021
Resident fined £200 after discarded items found dumped
A Banbury resident has been fined £200 after furniture and household items which they left outside their home with a sign saying they were ‘free to take’ were later found dumped in a…
Thanking people in Cherwell for donations to support Afghan refugees
People in Cherwell who have donated items to support Afghan refugees are being thanked for their response to the situation.
Paralympic athlete helps kids get active
Children attending council-led school holiday hubs in north Oxfordshire have been treated to training sessions with a Team GB Paralympian.
Council pledges support for Afghan refugees
Cherwell District Council is ready and willing to join partners across the county and the rest of the nation to find accommodation for people who are fleeing Afghanistan.
Female ride leaders inspiring more women to take to two wheels
Women in north Oxfordshire are being helped to get into cycling thanks to the creation of free, female-only bike rides in Cherwell.
Harnessing nature’s healing powers
Residents in north Oxfordshire are being invited to connect with nature and look after wildlife with the help of some easy-to-use resources created by Cherwell District Council.
Have your say on the design of new homes
Local people can have their say on the details of how new homes will be developed on two sites in the south of the district.
Help shape new air quality website
Residents are being asked to help shape a new air quality community website, which will help to raise awareness and understanding of air pollution across Oxfordshire.
Men hit in the pocket for bottle bank fly-tip
Two Londoners who dumped a suitcase, cardboard boxes, and other items at a Chesterton bottle bank have been made to pay £300 in fixed penalty notices (FPNs).
Business insights on offer as shoppers ‘look local’
With shoppers’ behaviour changing post-lockdown, north Oxfordshire businesses are being invited to access new research free-of-charge to help themselves and the area’s urban centres to…