Read news and features about Vale of White Horse District Council – one of five district councils in Oxfordshire. It covers an area that includes Faringdon, Abingdon, Wantage and Botley.
Residents across the county will be able to cheer on elite riders as the Women’s Tour cycling race comes to Oxfordshire on Saturday.
Families will be able to enjoy the outdoor pool and splash pad in Abingdon for the foreseable future even though running costs like oil to heat the pool have more than doubled.
The parish council applied for the support fund to build the new facility, which is expected to cost £635,000. The remainder of the funds for the building will be met by the parish council.
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.
The Environment Agency has submitted the planning application to build the Oxford Flood Alleviation Scheme. This is a significant step towards reducing flood risk to homes, businesses and transport links in Oxford.
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 […]
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.
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.
The way parking is controlled in parts of Oxfordshire will change as Oxfordshire County Council takes on the responsibility for civil parking enforcement from Thames Valley Police.
South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils are urging the leaders attending COP26 to urgently agree on significant global climate action before it’s too late.
The council approved the concept design, available to view on its website, at its most recent Cabinet meeting, and a detailed design process is now underway.
The councils have already delivered on their initial pledge to resettle a minimum of one family in each district, and both have now agreed to increase their support to help more families.