News published September 2022
Steady improvements to district air
The most polluted parts of north Oxfordshire have seen significant improvements in air quality, says a new report.
Continued backing for victims of domestic abuse
Victims of domestic abuse can continue to count on local support as Cherwell District Council prepares to reaffirm its backing for a countywide service.
Volunteers honoured at awards ceremony
A special awards ceremony was held at Bodicote House earlier in the month to celebrate the hard work of volunteers and groups who make a real difference in the community.
Energy payments for people on low incomes
Local people on low incomes will be receiving extra support with the cost of living in the coming days as discretionary energy payments start to land in their bank accounts.
Chairman’s fond tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
The Chairman of Cherwell District Council has today visited the council offices to pay tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, following the sad news of her death.
Statement from Chief Executive on passing of Queen Elizabeth II
Statement from Chief Executive on passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
Next steps towards net zero
Strides towards emptying bins and sweeping the streets with electric vehicles are being made as part of fresh plans to slash the council’s carbon emissions.