Preparations are ramping up as the splash pads in the Vale of White Horse District are being prepared to be switched on for the summer.
The children’s splash park at Hinksey Park will not open this summer, as the condition of the play surface and fountains are unsafe for children to use.
A new feasibility study has set out the case for a railway route connecting Carterton, Witney, and Eynsham to Oxford. The preliminary strategic outline case for the Carterton-Witney-Oxford Rail Corridor […]
South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils are offering financial support to community organisations as food prices continue to rise and increasing numbers of people turn to food banks for essentials.
Celebrate Pride this June at Cornerstone Arts Centre in Didcot with several events to embrace the LGBTQ+ community. From 9 to 15 June, there will be something for everyone to enjoy and embrace, from drag cabaret to free family-friendly arts and yoga.
Councillor Lubna Arshad is the first woman of colour, the first Muslim woman of intersectional background, and the youngest Lord Mayor representing the city.
OX Place, Oxford City Council’s housing company, aims to build 22 council and nine shared ownership homes on the former landfill site in South Oxford which has been earmarked for housing development since 2013.
Two new church bells at All Saints, North Moreton, have been cast as the first in the country with the royal cyphers of their Majesties, King Charles and Queen Camilla and were rung for the first time on the coronation on 06 May.
Carterton Gymnastic Club hosts over 270 gymnasts in 2nd championship and wins British Gymnastics Community Club of the Year (with +250 members) alongside celebrating the second birthday of its purpose built facility, The Vault.
The Ahead Together conference, now in its third year of running, is bringing together industry experts and family members with experience of acquired brain injury (ABI) for the one-day event in Oxford to drive best practices.