Tasty treats, things to eat and savoury sweets will be tempting the crowds when the Fine Foods Market makes its return to Banbury.
Members of Cherwell District Council's green team will undertake a targeted blitz in Banbury to create neat streets and an ornate estate.
Cherwell District Council will be marking this year's Armistice commemoration by joining the national two minutes silence at 11 am on 11 November.
Christmas shoppers looking for perfect presents, divine decorations or gorgeous gifts can browse the stalls at a special festive market taking place in Banbury.
Maintenance is scheduled to take place on Sunday, 8 November between 4am and 6am which will impact the use of some of the council's payment channels.
Residents are being reminded to follow basic safety guidelines in the run up to bonfire night to ensure their celebrations do not go up in flames.
Inter Faith Week takes place this year from 15 November and Cherwell District Council is marking it with a community event, Have Faith in the Community, on 21 November, in Grimsbury.
Weston on the Green is the latest parish to pursue its own neighbourhood development plan, following approval from Cherwell District Council's executive on 2 November. The decision follows an application from Weston on the Green Parish Council.
The future residents of a major regeneration project in Banbury have started work to turn their new flats into a home.
Election of a Parish Councillor for Stratton Audley Parish Council On Thursday 26 November 2015
Planning permission has been granted for the next stage of the UK's most sustainable housing development based at North West Bicester.
A Banbury cemetery has been given permission to expand after it was revealed the town will run out of burial plots within nine years.
An upmarket hotel on the outskirts of Bicester is set to double in size after permission was granted for an additional 62 bedrooms.
Youngsters have been set their latest challenge by Cherwell District Council's activators who have tasked them with beating 69 speed bounces in 30 seconds.
Revellers planning to join in with Halloween traditions are being encouraged to be considerate of their neighbours and the environment.
Residents are being encouraged to utilise a new online service which will enable housing benefit and council tax reduction claims to be assessed within three working days.
A little boy who spends each week waving to the bin crews despite battling Leukaemia has enjoyed a special ride in a collection truck.
Christmas is coming early for Cherwell residents as council-owned and operated car parks are set to provide free festive parking.