The Didcot Garden Town housing infrastructure programme is a combination of four projects to ensure there is the capacity to connect 12,000 houses set to be built to the south of Oxford.
Residents across the county will be able to cheer on elite riders as the Women’s Tour cycling race comes to Oxfordshire on Saturday.
Over 100 voluntary and community organisations received grants to fund projects ranging from food banks and defibrillators to sports equipment and wellbeing activities.
The popular facility will be open for the entire season this year, with the campsite opening on Friday, 27 May and the pool and splash pad ready for visitors from Saturday, 28 May.
Cornerstone Arts Centre in Didcot is celebrating Oxfordshire Artweeks 40th anniversary by hosting an exciting exhibition by two local artists.
South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils are redeploying staff across their organisations to ensure Ukrainian refugees moving to the districts get the support and help they need.
South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils will be entering a bid for Didcot to be the home of the new Great British Railways headquarters. The government competition […]
Plans for a major development, including around 3,000 new homes to the south of the city, took another step forward after their approval by Oxford City Council.
Council and NHS leaders are taking the opportunity to thank staff across local authorities and the health and social care system for their tireless efforts throughout the pandemic.
Since its launch in 2018, over £63,000 has been distributed to good causes in the district that have signed up to the South Oxfordshire District Council scheme.
Following the installation of the first park and charge EV hub at Bicester’s Cattle Market car park in May, the locations of the remaining 19 sites have been announced.