The first Homesense store (a sister brand to TK Maxx) in Oxford opened at Templars Shopping Park in Cowley, Oxford, on Thursday, 20 April.
Wake up to Woodstock (WUTW) has celebrated its 21st anniversary as a non-profit association of local businesses with a mission to attract visitors to the market town of Woodstock.
The Paperchase stores at Westgate Shopping Centre in Oxford and Bell Street in Henley-on-Thames could be at risk of closure after their parent company fell into administration.
Oxford Castle & Prison has won gold for the second year running in the ‘Small Attraction of the Year’ Category at Tourism South East’s annual ‘Beautiful South 2022/23’ Awards.
The car park is open from 7.00am until 1.00am on Monday to Saturday and from 9.00am until 1.00am (Monday) on Sundays, with shoppers able to park for free for four hours on floors one to six and up to nine hours on the top two levels.
The purchase forms part of our wider plans to support market towns across the district along with a long-term ambition for the new Salt Cross development to attract major new businesses to the area.
Watchfinder’s arrival in Bicester Village will provide watch lovers with immediate access to over 150 highly sought-after luxury timepieces – all meticulously inspected, authenticated and prepared.
Small business insurance provider, Simply Business, designed the competition to support businesses in the face of significant economic challenges – including rapidly rising inflation, the cost of living crisis and supply chain issues.
The awards are part of the ‘Plan it with Purpose’ initiative run by small business support platform Enterprise Nation in partnership with Aviva and TSB Bank.
The plans include sitting areas with planters and is being delivered as one of the County Council’s priorities to provide green spaces in busy urban areas.