Cherwell Council News Feed
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Burton Albion v Birmingham City
- Walsall report profit for 11th successive season
- Plans to cut Walsall Council libraries from 16 to one revealed
- Murder arrest after death of man stabbed in Birmingham
- Sir Michael Balcon honoured in Birmingham film exhibition
- Father ready to 'embrace' refugee son who made Lily Allen cry
- Kieron Morris: Walsall winger signs one-year Saddlers contract extension
- Wolverhampton grotto firm blaze: Arson suspected
- Ex-Blues goalkeeper Sprake dies aged 71
- Birmingham pub bombings: PM says she hopes victims' families get legal aid
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Baby gorilla meets troop for first time
- Tom Hiddleston to play villainous role in new Aardman film Early Man
- Former Ch Supt Gary Davies charged with sexual assault
- Hempleman-Adams Arctic challenge 'demonstrates climate change'
- Cameron Bancroft: Gloucestershire re-sign batsman for 2017
- Steak knife confiscated from girl in school playground
- Bath fraud suspect among '10 most wanted'
- Cancer mum Heidi Loughlin 'amazed' at bucket list response
- 'Don't panic!' Rugby players stuck in lift
- European Rugby Challenge Cup: Bath v Bristol (Thu)
Cornwall Council News feed
- Cornwall Council prepares to transfer sites to St Austell Town Council
- Improved access to homes in Penvale Villas, Penryn
- Plymouth man pleads guilty to fly-tipping near Bodmin
- Local motor dealer prosecuted for selling misdescribed and unroadworthy vehicles
- A30 Temple to Higher Carblake improvement - overnight closures planned
- Lost 1690 map of Falmouth rediscovered
- Have you registered to vote?
- One in three electric blankets found to be faulty at free testing events
- Cornwall Council celebrates its adoptive families
- Young people, affordable housing and local health and care on the agenda for Cornwall Gateway Community Network Panel
BBC Essex News Feed
- Burglary shooting trial: Essex Police had one car available
- Online sex abuse teacher Cory Baptiste jailed
- Lewis Kinsella: Colchester United defender has ankle surgery
- Farm near Colchester invites families to pick pumpkins and enjoy day out
- Dog attacks: When is a fatal dog mauling a criminal offence?
- Ricci Gallagher death: Case 'extremely difficult' for prosecutors
- Alastair Cook to break England Test record
- Millionaire Timothy Mardon 'shot after whispered 999 call'
- WW1 soldiers with wrongly-marked graves laid to rest
- Dale Farm eviction: £4.3m eviction costs not recovered
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Boldre Hoard: Appeal to stop Roman coin collection split
- Sam Gallagher: Blackburn boss Owen Coyle 'would love to' buy Southampton striker
- 'Threatened' Isle of Wight Festival confirms dates
- FA Cup first round: BBC Two to show Eastleigh v Swindon Town clash
- Southern rail: Strike suspended at British Legion's request
- Southampton graduation proposal couple tie the knot
- Island vote 'jeopardises' Solent bid
- Netley Military Hospital restoration delay after contractor goes bust
- Inter Milan v Southampton
- UK sends warships to shadow Russian naval task force
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Murder charge over Middleton mass brawl stabbing
- Derbyshire suitcase body police release new picture
- Skyscraper approved at former Granada studios site
- Manchester man busks as nun in fantasy football forfeit
- Steve Diamond: Toulon 'a bit like Barcelona', says Sale Sharks boss
- Metrolink services hit by severe delays after points failure
- 'Alan Turing law': Thousands of gay men to be pardoned
- Champions League: Pep Guardiola says he will not change tactical philosophy
- Manchester United v Fenerbahce
- Warrington councillors agree to devolution with elected mayor
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Spalding man dies four days after being found injured
- Lincolnshire devolution deal in doubt after no vote
- Lincolnshire Police continues global search for new chief
- Sibsey crash: One dead and two seriously injured
- Spalding murders: Teen killers' case to be reviewed
- FA Cup: Stamford players eye American bonus after Wrexham giant-killing
- FA Cup: Wrexham 2-3 Stamford
- Spalding murders: Girl, 15, guilty of double murder
- Spalding murders: What drove teenage sweethearts to kill?
- Spalding murders: Teen accused 'was driver' in killings
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- 2nd Amersham Common Scout Group Jumble Sale – Amersham – 15 October
- Autumn Craft Fair for Christian Aid – Amersham – 29 October
- Sew Much Fun Workshops – Amersham – 25 October
- Chiltern Humanists Afternoon Meeting 11th October
- Chesham Theatre Company Presents Agatha Christie’s “The Unexpected Guest” 10-12 November
- Chiltern Humanists September Meeting (13/09/16)
- Lt. Missenden Festival of Music and the Arts – October 7th – 16th
- Movie on the Lawn, an outdoor screening of Top Gun – September 3
- Beginner’s Guide to Freelance Journalism: a day workshop – Amersham – October 1
- A History of Amersham with Julian Hunt 25th August
Cherwell District Council News Releases
Updated: 1 hour 19 min ago
The council is increasing the charges it makes to landlords when it issues them notices regarding unsatisfactory housing.
A call for vigilance against internet hoaxes is going out after a resident wrote to the council to warn against an elaborate but increasingly common scam.
Across the district, voter registration forms have begun dropping through letterboxes as Cherwell District Council's annual canvass gets underway.
With the new football season already underway, Cherwell residents are being reminded that they don't have to sprint like Gareth Bale to reap the rewards of a kick about.
Town businesses are being invited to boost their visibility and support a good cause by sponsoring Bicester Bike Loan.
Due to problems with the pumps, Woodgreen Open Air Pool in Banbury will be closed today (Monday, 22 August) to allow for repair work to take place.
Planks, palettes and plasterboard were amongst the illegally dumped waste recovered by council officers near Bainton this week.
As the district's most iconic music festival drew to a close, council officers were on hand to recycle the huge volume of glass used by the fans.
Banbury dinghy manufacturers will have their eyes glued to the screen this evening as they watch their vessels vie for the podium in Rio.
Banbury children will bring a summer of fun to a close as they gather for Summer Fest, a play day focussed on strengthening community bonds and promoting healthy eating.
The summer electronics recycling circuit will come to a close as council officers hold their final roadshow on August 20.
Local people are showing keen interest in building their own dream home at Graven Hill, as the very first plots prepare to go on sale.
Forms asking residents to verify the information they have on the electoral register will begin dropping on doormats from 22 August, as Cherwell District Council begins its annual canvass.
Budding Beckhams will have the opportunity to perfect their passing on the AstroTurf as the council puts on two free football sessions at Kidlington and Gosford Leisure Centre in the coming days.
Visitors to Banbury Food Fair can get help making their groceries go further as council officers show their backing for the Love Food Hate Waste campaign.
Residents in Bicester have chosen Whitelands Farm Sports Ground as the name for the new multi-million pound leisure development on the Kingsmere estate.
A government inspector has backed a decision by council planning officers to refuse an application to build three dwellings on land adjacent to Ardley Road in Fewcott, next to the village hall.
As plastic carrier bag use plummets across the country, the council is offering a sustainable alternative that helps people sort their recycling.
Plans for Bicester's out of town retail park have been dismissed at appeal after a Government planning inspector agreed it would cause significant traffic congestion and have an adverse effect on future development.
More than 900 bookings were taken during the first two weeks of Cherwell District Council's holiday hubs leading to an increase in places being made available.