The Wallingford coffee shop, which opened on 29 June, is designed to blend into the existing style of the historic market square and can seat up to 89 people.
Lucy Morrison has taken the reins from Nicola Poole as Oxford and Wallingford-based Hedges Law’s new Managing Director as part of a long-term succession plan and restructure that has resulted in an all-female board.
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.
Wallingford North has become the fourth 20mph pilot scheme to be unveiled in Oxfordshire, as part of plans to reduce the speed on the majority of the county’s 30mph roads.
Root One Garden Centre in Wallingford has unveiled extensions to its coffee shop and retail areas to improve its customer experience and increase the range of goods stocked at the site.
The hub’s scheme, which took place last month, saw 220 real Christmas trees collected from people’s homes across South Oxfordshire after the festivities ended.
The garden pods at Poppy Fields provide the perfect place to work, study, or relax without compromising valuable space within the home.
Organisations delivering key services for residents and maintaining the natural environment, can apply for funding to help them continue to make a difference in South Oxfordshire.
Leaders of South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils, Councillors Sue Cooper and Emily Smith, have issued a joint statement to mark World Homelessness Day on 10 October.
Councillor Cooper has been a district councillor in South Oxfordshire for over 23 years and has been the Leader of South Oxfordshire District Council since May 2019.