Oxford is to receive increased testing and help to maximise vaccine uptake, and people are advised to be cautious about non-essential travel in and out of the city.
The electric van can be hired by community groups for just £24 a day with free insurance cover to nominated drivers from the community groups.
Special arrangements for additional testing are being put in place in Oxford City, from this weekend, due to the recent rise in COVID cases in people aged under 30.
Established in 1891, this friendly club promotes amateur cycling in Banbury and the surrounding areas by organising events for road cyclists of all abilities and disciplines.
The club received more than £1,500 after pitching for funding from the Community Facilities Grant Scheme at West Oxfordshire District Council.
Three Honorary Canons have been installed, and one Oxfordshire person admitted to the Order of St Frideswide, at the Christ Church Cathedral on 22 June.
The donation was from Newbury-based commercial laundry equipment specialist WASHCO, which provides installation and maintenance of industrial laundry equipment in the UK.
Wooden seating and planters made from local recyclable material will be installed, creating a safe and pleasant outdoor place for residents and visitors to relax and enjoy.
All students, including postgraduates, can receive a vaccine from the centre at the University Club on Mansfield Road seven days a week until at least Sunday 04 July.