Cherwell Council News Feed
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Durham rally sets up final-day climax
- Three more charged over double shooting
- Man guilty of body-under-bed murder
- Victorious Worcs bowl out Leics for 43
- Driver rescues children from coach blaze
- Trust to run city's children's services
- NI woman 'didn't know about Syria plan'
- £20m plan to expand Black Country Museum
- England Under-21s 7-1 Guinea Under-23s
- School pupils escape burning coach on M6
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Police on double yellows outside bakery
- Klinger century gives Glos advantage
- Gubbins notches first Middlesex century
- Play-off setbacks an advantage - Glynn
- Trump and Boris share kiss in street art
- Millionaire 'shot at' swimwear model ex
- Leeds approach Bristol Rovers boss
- Ashton rejects England Saxons call-up
- Dead millionaire's ex denies kill intent
- Dent helps Gloucestershire take command
Cornwall Council News feed
- Conditional discharge for Bugle woman
- Conditional discharge for Launceston landlord
- BBC Music Day comes to Cornwall
- Hub Sounds
- Invitation to get involved in the Heritage Lottery Funded Luxulyan Valley Restoration Project
- Coastal project to double the number of Bude beach huts
- Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety Service support dementia awareness week with The Purple Angel Ponies
- Rick Stein Group signs new agreement with Cornwall Council
- Team work leads to Blue Flag and Seaside Awards success for beaches in Cornwall
- Cornwall Council supports community energy under Cornwall Devolution Deal
BBC Essex News Feed
- Missing man case now a murder inquiry
- Bragg ton puts Glamorgan on top
- Lorry drivers deny smuggling Afghans
- Van der Gugten limits Essex lead
- Colchester sign left-back Wyatt
- Southend avoid winding-up order
- Dartford tunnel closure sparks delays
- Cancer motivates my golf - Southgate
- Parachutists rescued from phone mast
- Napier takes five for Essex in Cardiff
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Captain takes helm of aircraft carrier
- Gurney takes four as Notts push for win
- Watchdog probes 'police baton attack'
- Pompey won't 'break bank' on new deals
- Fireworks store blaze 'accidental'
- Andrews 'still shocked' at Olympic spot
- Six-metre cycle lane 'dangerous'
- WW2 ship's bell unveiled on anniversary
- Lorry 'illegal immigrants' from Africa
- Notts collapse after McLaren spell
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Two more held in stab murder inquiry
- Mourinho and Man Utd talks continue
- Four in hospital after taking legal highs
- Mourinho would be fantastic - Ancelotti
- Pink Panther star Burt Kwouk dies
- Liverpool and Man Utd fined for chants
- Surrey collapse to defeat by Lancashire
- Driver rescues children from coach blaze
- Brothers jailed over music event attack
- Carney and Allgood banned for one game
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Woman, 70, dies in waterway car plunge
- Ram-raiders destroy supermarket wall
- 999 call staff suspended in data probe
- Woman in 'murder' probe is identified
- Man bailed after house body find
- Murder arrest after house body find
- Cash machine blasted from phone box
- Football League proposals 'concerning'
- Crew forced to swim after lifeboat sinks
- 'Jimmy Savile' scout leader jailed
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- Lots for Tots Sale – 18 June – Amersham
- Restorative Yoga – Restorative Yoga for the Buckinghamshire Community
- Half term Fun at Amersham Museum
- Simpatico and Katharine Parkin at Bucks Open Studios 2016 – Amersham 11-26 June
- Get on your bike and support Scannappeal’s Pedal for Prostate Team – July 17
- Concert with two choirs: BUCKS VOICES and CHILTERN SINGERS
- Craft Fair 21 May St Michael’s Church, Amersham
- Maryam Namazie – Sharia law and free expression – 11th May
- ‘Hay Fever’ by Noel Coward, performed by Chesham Bois Catholic Players 20-22 May
- Amersham Museum Talks – Spring/Summer 2016
Cherwell District Council News Releases
Updated: 10 hours 11 min ago
Two smokers who were spotted separately dropping cigarette butts on the ground have each been fined £75 for littering.
A woman who illegally dumped two armchairs in a communal bin area despite knowing she would be breaching her tenancy agreement has received a criminal record for her actions.
Seven District Councils yesterday (18/4) appointed leading advisors PwC to conduct an independent review of the best governance options to support an ambitious devolution deal for Oxfordshire.
Providing leisure activity opportunities for older people is a key objective for Cherwell District Council. As part of this, the council runs activity programmes aimed at keeping older people active. It includes a range of cultural, sporting and other organised social activities.
Details of the candidates standing in this year's local and Police and Crime Commissioner elections have now been published.
Cherwell District Council, Sanctuary Housing and a range of partners teamed up to put on fund a day of free activities with the Oxfordshire Play Association at the Hill Youth and Community Centre last week.
The call is out for community group volunteers to get involved in an energy programme in Bicester, and pocket £100 for their community group.
The Statement of Persons Nominated, and the Notice of Election Agents.
Letter from Sue Smith to clarify the approach that the district councils are proposing to move forward the debate about public service delivery in Oxfordshire and to invite your input.
Inclusive new sporting sessions are being launched in Banbury suitable for older people and those with limited mobility.
New laws have come into effect today (Wednesday) making it a legal requirement for all dog owners to ensure their pets are microchipped.
There is just one month to go until the doors open at polling stations across Cherwell for this year's local and Police and Crime Commissioner elections.
Keeping the streets clean is a key priority for the council and at its meeting last night (4 April) Cherwell District Council's executive heard that this is reflected in a high level of customer satisfaction with the service, which reached sixty nine per cent in 2015.
The countdown has started until this year's elections in May with the nomination period now open for potential candidates.
The doors are preparing to open at Franklins House in Bicester symbolising the completion of the town's multi-million pound regeneration project.
Polling cards will begin landing on doorsteps across Cherwell this week as the countdown begins to local and Police and Crime Commissioner elections in May.
Town Centre House is a 1980s-built office block in the centre of Banbury that has stood empty for several years.
Two more features have been added to the Connecting Communities event in Kidlington.
Residents who are not already included in the voters register only have less than a month left to apply for their details to be added ahead of this year's election or they could lose their right to vote on polling day. The deadline to register by is 18 April.
The doors to Cherwell District Council's Link Point office in Bicester will close for the final time this week as staff prepare to move to new premises.