Low Carbon is set to develop the UK’s largest community solar park in the Oxfordshire village of Arncott near Bicester, generating enough to power more than 6,000 homes.
To provide certainty, St Mary’s Church in Charlbury has confirmed that it is going ahead with the Christmas trees this year.
West Oxfordshire District Council is set to remove all of its community recycling sites now that every household has a fortnightly kerbside recycling service.
Dozens of neighbourhoods across Oxfordshire are enjoying smoother roads and pavements after this year’s ‘micro-surfacing’ programme came to an end.
Oxford, Witney and Bicester are set to benefit from the cash boost to improve active travel options and support local economic recovery over the coming months.
The University of Oxford has secured a critical professorship in vaccinology for the future following a gift of £3.33 million from the Saïd family.
Oxford will mark this year’s Remembrance Sunday online with a pre-recorded service on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube from just before 10.50 am on Sunday 08 November 2020.
Oxford University is launching a lecture series on LGBT+ achievements and discussion featuring distinguished guest speakers from the LGBT+ community to challenge and inspire the entire Oxford community and beyond.
Oxford City Council is activating its contingency plans to support residents and businesses through a new lockdown that begins on Thursday.
Developers have unveiled plans to build 159 new homes at Hill View Farm in Old Marston, Oxford an are seeking your views as part of a public consultation.