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.
Those aged between 18 and 29 are being encouraged to get vaccinated as soon as possible and continue with twice-weekly testing as cases in the county continue to rise.
One pound (£1) of every purchase from the range will be donated to breast cancer charity Future Dreams, and an information leaflet about self-checking breasts will be included with every order.
The SME Brexit Support Fund could give you up to £2,000 to help with training or professional advice if your business has up to 500 employees and no more than £100 million annual turnover.
Young people in Oxfordshire are being encouraged to take all precautions not to contract COVID-19, get their vaccination as soon as it is offered and make sure they are regularly getting tested.
The funds, from the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government, will be used to kick-start new studies and innovations needed in each community.
Here are all the Oxfordshire people recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2021. It includes a damehood for Professor Sarah Gilbert for her pivotal role in developing a COVID-19 vaccine.
They are among the 32 new deacons that will be ordained at three special services on 03 July by the Bishop of Oxford, The Rt Revd. Dr Steven Croft.