The application for designated Bathing Water status is for two popular wild water swimming spots in Oxford – Wolvercote stream, and Fiddlers Island near Port Meadow
The Walk is a travelling festival of art and hope in support of refugees featuring Little Amal - a young 9-year-old refugee girl in the form of a 12-foot tall giant puppet.
Organisations delivering key services for residents and maintaining the natural environment, can apply for funding to help them continue to make a difference in South Oxfordshire.
The explanatory panel about the former prime minister of the Cape Colony has been placed outside Oriel College at the University of Oxford during Black History Month.
The pool, which closed at the end of July, will remain closed for the initial task of installing heat pumps as part of decarbonisation works to be carried out in the plant room.
The temporary pedestrian-friendly outdoor space on Broad Street - containing wildflowers, trees and small lawns - opened for residents and visitors in July 2021.
The Getting Oxfordshire Online project is calling on businesses and residents to donate pre-owned laptops as part of an initiative to provide devices to those who can’t get online.
The Diocese of Oxford has awarded £160k to support eight community and church projects in Berkshire, Buckingham and Oxfordshire through its Development Fund grant scheme.
Councillor Cooper has been a district councillor in South Oxfordshire for over 23 years and has been the Leader of South Oxfordshire District Council since May 2019.
An Afghan Resettlement Amazon wishlist for specific donations has been set up by Asylum Welcome, which supports refugees and asylum seekers in Oxford and Oxfordshire.