News published July 2023
Un-bin-lievable recycling service celebrates big anniversary
The council is gearing up to celebrate a key service milestone that helps residents reduce, reuse and recycle from the comfort of their homes.
NHS Mental Health and Wellbeing Hub opens its doors
Banbury’s new high street Mental Health & Wellbeing Hub has opened its doors thanks to footballing hero Martin Keown.
One rural road, seven shocking fly-tips
Anyone who witnessed a large vehicle behaving suspiciously north of Wroxton on Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 July is asked to get in touch with the council.
Councillors voice concern about cuts to Canal & River Trust
The leader of the council will be writing to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in the wake of the announcement that government will be cutting funding to the Canal & River…
Continued backing for “class leading” exercise programmes
People living with long-term health conditions can continue to count on a “class leading” tailored exercise programme, councillors have confirmed.
Holiday club will activate young people’s summer
Young people looking to make the most of the long weeks off school can sign up for an exciting array of activities happening across north Oxfordshire this summer.
Castle Quay Launches Its Greatest Show Yet!
Castle Quay is delighted to announce it will be celebrating Waterfront’s one year anniversary with a Greatest Showman inspired event.
Over £400,000 of funding to support residents with their housing costs
We have secured over £400,000 in funding to help low-income residents cover their housing need costs.
Exemplary budget management and strong performance benefits residents
We have demonstrated sound financial management in a challenging economic climate.