Cherwell Council News Feed
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Arsenal Ladies 0-0 Birmingham City Ladies
- Contest to find photos for new hospital
- GB's Evans set to break into top 100
- Morgan heckled at heads' conference
- Road closures warning ahead of 10km race
- WBA appoint Hammond technical director
- Wolves 'close, but not close enough'
- Men accused of funding Brussels suspect
- Watford v Aston Villa
- West Bromwich Albion v West Ham United
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Electrification work to cause rail delays
- York City 1-4 Bristol Rovers
- Cancer man hits £400k treatment target
- 'Wolf in sheep's clothing' rapist jailed
- Northampton v Bath (Sat)
- VIDEO: Woman hopes to be grappling champ
- Becky Watts garden work starts
- Canal crash pair 'drowned in vehicle'
- Tech coaching boost for entrepreneurs
- Bristol City v Huddersfield Town
Cornwall Council News feed
- Scarletts Well cycle improvements begin
- Council strongly opposes Government’s forced academisation plans
- New seven day a week short stay car park opens in Truro
- Opportunity to perform alongside the BBC Concert Orchestra
- Invitation to find out about local matters at the Newquay and St Columb Community Network Panel meeting
- Music Hub Orchestras’ Easter Extravaganza!
- Cornwall Council celebrates the Queen’s 90th birthday by lighting beacon at County Hall
- Consultation begins to help plan future provision of sites for Gypsies, Travellers and Travelling Showpeople in Cornwall
- A39 Stickenbridge drainage and road realignment scheme
- BeachWise partnership launched
BBC Essex News Feed
- Man released in burned woman probe
- 10 High Street stores of 1976 that have disappeared
- Braintree Town v Altrincham
- Southend United v Bradford City
- Barnsley v Colchester United
- Arrest after badly-burned woman found
- Teen inspired by serial killers detained
- Wright surprised by Keen Colchester exit
- Teen faces £2k bill for mum's funeral
- The PE teacher on verge of Football League
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Murdered man "was love of my life"
- Flat death treated as 'suspicious'
- Crowdfunded ferry service set to launch
- Woking v Eastleigh
- Bromley v Aldershot Town
- Hartlepool United v Portsmouth
- Arrest made over 'hammer' attack
- Landslip railway line to reopen
- England fans fined over hotel fight
- New chief appointed to under-fire trust
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Petersen in good nick as Lancs dominate
- Young appointed new Altrincham boss
- I am staying at Man Utd - Van Gaal
- Pedestrian killed in 'hit and run' crash
- Wigan bounce back and a penalty-saving teen
- 'I knew in my head we would go up'
- Thunder & Storm reach Superleague final
- FC Halifax Town 1-1 Macclesfield Town
- Braintree Town 3-0 Altrincham
- Rochdale 2-2 Swindon Town
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Two people killed in house fire
- Cheltenham Town 3-1 Lincoln City
- Trespassers damage bomber memorial spire
- Man seriously hurt on railway tracks
- Cyclist died after being hit by bus
- Future of maternity care considered
- 'Not diverse' nursery report withdrawn
- Work on Quadrant development set to start
- Street sign switched in mystery prank
- Buildings up for top architecture prize
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- 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
- The Chiltern Camerata – 20th Anniversary Concert – 15th May
- The Chesham Germains Male Voice Choir Annual Charity Concert on Saturday 14th May
- AMCHOR Concert – 14 May – Old Amersham
- Easter Family Fun at Amersham Museum
- The Comedy of Errors. Fast moving Shakespeare comedy staged by Chiltern Shakespeare Company 8-18 June
- One Night Only. An Evening Concert – 12 June
- Amersham Museum opens for the 2016 season
Cherwell District Council News Releases
Updated: 11 hours 17 min ago
Council leaders propose simplification of local government to support a devolution deal for Oxfordshire
Five council leaders are proposing a ground-breaking plan that will revolutionise public services in Oxfordshire and neighbouring areas.
The Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for North West Bicester was adopted by Cherwell District Council at its meeting on Monday night (22 February) with an amendment to the original proposal.
Cherwell District Council is calling in specialist retail advisers Grey4Gold Ltd to provide advice tailored to the needs of traders in Bicester town centre.
Opinions are being sought on proposals to introduce a new charge on developers which would help to bridge a shortfall in infrastructure funding.
Booking numbers for Cherwell District Council's half term holiday hubs doubled in 2016 as demand for the service continues to soar.
Residents will pay the same amount of money towards Cherwell District Council's services as they did in 2009 after councillors froze its share of council tax for the seventh consecutive year.
A major new road which will serve 6,000 new homes at North West Bicester and alleviate congestion at a nearby pinchpoint has been given the green light for approval.
Residents with concerns about rough sleepers can help people off the streets and on the road to a brighter future by supporting a partnership project and reporting individual cases.
A hotel which received permission to convert 26 bedroom suites into properties has had a second application approved to reduce the number of new homes.
Disused industrial buildings will not be demolished to make way for 70 new homes after it was decided the development would provide a 'poor living environment' for residents.
Developers working to demolish a church ahead of new facilities and homes being built have unearthed a 59-year-old time capsule.
Letting agents and property managers are being invited to attend a special seminar offering free information and advice about tenancy and housing issues.
An appeal has gone out to members of the public to help trace a flytipper who dumped more than 60 bags of rubbish at a recycling bank.
Hundreds of vacancies will be on offer to jobseekers when Cherwell District Council's first job fair of 2016 comes to Banbury next week.
Young Enterprise teams from across Oxfordshire will be testing their entrepreneurial talents at the annual Banbury Trade Fair on 27 February.
People who would like to earn some extra money in time for the summer can apply to work at this year's elections in May.
Meat treats, tasty pastries and pleasing seasoning will be among the delicious delicacies on offer at a visiting French market.
Residents looking to make the most of the arrival of spring can sign up for new Nordic walking courses starting in March.
Charity and council representatives are working together to offer free sporting opportunities to the users of a homelessness project.
Employers looking to advertise their vacancies for free can still sign up to host a stall at the upcoming Banbury Job Fair.