In a perfect example of how companies and charities can work together, Pulhams Coaches have ridden to the rescue of Be Free Young Carers following the closure of a local coach firm.
The organiser of the Oxford Christmas Market for the last 14 years has announced that the market as we know it is has been cancelled indefinitely.
Estimates from the research show there could be as many as 193,000 journeys by bike hire scheme in Oxford if the take up was similar to intiatives in other cities such as London.
Metro Bank’s Rebekah Burke recently volunteered at the Battle Proms held at Blenheim Palace to help raise nearly £11,000 for the Armed Forces charity, SSAFA.
The Energy Superhub Oxford (ESO) is celebrating its first anniversary of reducing carbon emissions and encouraging the uptake of EVs in the region, playing an essential role in Oxford’s path to net zero.
Network Rail is expected to start nine days of track work around Oxford Train Station on Saturday, 29 July, which means the station will be closed until Monday, 07 August.
The Rhodes Trust, an educational charity which oversees the world-renowned Rhodes Scholarships at the University of Oxford and other global fellowship programmes, has completed the renovation and redevelopment of Rhodes House, following a £38 million project.
Oxfordshire Community Land Trust (OCLT) has announced the opening of its first affordable housing development with an open day and celebration for investors, supporters, contractors and tenants.
The free Science Wonder’ garden party will take place in the walled garden at Begbroke Science Park on Saturday, 01 July, from 11.00am to 4.00pm.
Oxfordshire County Council has approved proposals to install automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) cameras at three low-traffic neighbourhood (LTN) closure points in Cowley – on Littlemore Road, Crescent Road and Littlehay Road.