The Cornermen – an Oxfordshire-based men’s mental health and suicide prevention service – has released a Christmas single to raise awareness and funds for the vital work it does supporting men in crisis, averaging five interventions a day in the local community.
The Rosalind Franklin Institute, based at Harwell Campus near Didcot, has appointed Professor Paul Matthews as its new Institute Director.
Faringdon-based marathon runner Tony Pidgeon participated in the University of Oxford DIAMOND study into whether a low-calorie and low-carbohydrate diet can lead to remission for type 2 diabetes.
Residents, including council tenants, shared owners, and homeowners, will begin moving into their newly completed homes at Bridges Cross – a 36-home OX Place development on Speedwell Street.
The Unicorn School in Abingdon is set to double its pupil numbers with the acquision of the former Premier Inn hotel and Beefeater restaurant building on Marcham Road.
Organised by the Sobell House Hospice, this giant art installation initiative will culminate in a magnificent visitor trail that will run for six weeks from 06 July 2024.
Rare birds and butterflies will get a £230,000 home upgrade with new pools, security cameras and anti-predator fencing on the Oxfordshire / Buckinghamshire border.
A recent survey conducted by Oxford City Council has found that residents of Oxford are broadly satisfied with their city and the work of the council, but it varies across different areas and reveals a city of two halves.
Local youngster and Ambassador for childhood bereavement charity Winston’s Wish, Maya Blackwell, talks about coping with the death of a significant person and the after-effects of bereavement in a young person’s life ahead of Children’s Grief Awareness Week.
Renewed Eco Shop is growing for the community and needs £7,000 to help them provide more refills and a community space to offer workshops, talks and events.