News published March 2023
Remember to take photo ID to be able to vote on election day
A third of the seats on Cherwell District Council are up for election on Thursday 4 May. For the first time, voters will need to show photo ID when casting their vote at a polling station.
New consultation announced to address antisocial behaviour
People in Banbury are being invited to share their views on anti-social behaviour in a recently launched consultation from Cherwell District Council and Thames Valley Police (TVP).
Cherwell schoolchildren reap reward of partnership work
Pupils at 32 north Oxfordshire schools will soon be enjoying new bike libraries and extra-curricular activities, thanks to a large government funding award from the Opening School Facilities Fund.
Investments will make a big splash for young people
Children who want to crank up their swimming and cycling will benefit from significant investments the council is making towards providing new leisure facilities across the district.
Cherwell’s continued support to help tackle hunger
A grant fund for groups which help put food on people’s plates will be extended as the council continues its commitment to help residents during the cost of living crisis.
Easter Eggstravaganza activities for Cherwell children
Cherwell District Council are committed to ensuring all children across the district have access to a wealth of activities to keep the little and not so little ones busy this Easter.
Cherwell’s continued commitment to supporting workforce
8 March not only marks International Women’s’ Day but also the day that Cherwell District Council signed the Menopause Workplace Pledge.
Spring into action with council wellbeing offers
Residents in north Oxfordshire will have a spring in their step with the announcement of a package of health and wellbeing initiatives to keep their positive New Year intentions alive.
Council will invest to transform Market Square
Plans to transform Bicester Market Square into a multi-use community hub have been boosted by the news that a £4.25m funding pot has been formally approved.