Witney Gazette /news/
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WITNEY'S Coen Exchange, closed by the town council in November 2011 due to structural problems, could be handed over to a charitable group after its planned reopening in 2015.
A CELEBRATION of civil rights will dance its way through the streets of Burford on Saturday.
TRADITIONAL teas were on the menu to raise cash for charity at an event in West Oxfordshire.
AN Oxford pub housing a collection of 5,000 ties and an inn with a weeping ghost are featured in a new handbook on the nation’s most historic watering holes.
OXFORDSHIRE County Council’s top table is now bigger after Ian Hudspeth unveiled his new cabinet.
A DIMINISHED Conservative group at County Hall suffered its first blow yesterday as opposition councillors took control of a key scrutiny committee.
People convicted of offences at magistrates' courts around the county recently
THE hidden talents of children from Witney were celebrated at a dance and arts show.
SHOPKEEPERS claim repeated demonstrations outside David Cameron’s constituency office in Witney are hitting their trade.
NEWLY re-elected county council leader Ian Hudspeth has unveiled his new cabinet.
DURING the week they are builders, postmen and driving instructors.
OFFICIALS are investigating more than 100 con letters handed in as part of ‘scam awareness’ month.
The office of Police and Crime Commissioner Anthony Stansfeld has clarified the salary of his support officer.
PARAMEDICS can now spend more time saving lives after solar panels were fitted to their vehicles. South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust has installed the panels on 36 of its rapid response vehicles.
THE widow of a footballer who collapsed and died from a heart attack has launched a resuscitation scheme to prevent any more tragedies.
PEOPLE CONVICTED OF OFFENCES AT MAGISTRATES’ COURTS AROUND THE
HUNDREDS of people affected by breast cancer wore pink and walked through Blenheim Palace to raise money and awareness for the disease.
A SEA of cyclists wearing pink rode from Blenheim Palace out into the Oxfordshire countryside yesterday to raise money for charity.
A FORMER school field owned by Blenheim Palace could house 64 new properties.