News published August 2023
Council explores options for a potential move
Cherwell District Council has begun exploring the possibility of relocating from its current headquarters, at Bodicote House, to a new and more suitable base to work.
Cherwell welcomes government’s new physical activity drive
Cherwell District Council has today welcomed the government’s announcement of a new UK Sports Strategy, which aims to get an extra 3.5m people active by 2030.
Bicester town centre regeneration project takes its next step
Plans to revitalise Bicester Market Square to support the town’s transformation are taking a step forward.
Winners announced for 20 years recycling primary school competition
Two Cherwell primary schools have been announced as winners of a district wide competition to design a vehicle panel to celebrate local recycling.
Fast food outlet takes away hefty fines
A Banbury takeaway and its owner have been fined over £55,000 after pleading guilty following a council prosecution.
New grant fund will strengthen Banbury communities
Projects that promote Banbury people’s wellbeing and strengthen the town’s communities could be in line to benefit from a new £75,000 pot of grant funding.
Removing obstacles from path to fitness
Residents are being asked to have their say on their visits to the leisure facilities and the barriers that prevent them from becoming more physically active as part of a new survey.
Inspector’s backing as Cherwell sticks by its eco-vision
An ambitious vision for a true zero-carbon development in north-west Bicester will not be watered down, following intensive negotiations and a key decision from a government planning inspector.