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Yesterday, about 100 people attended the first of three exhibitions held by West Oxfordshire District Council at Chipping Norton Town Hall as part of its draft local plan consultation.
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Cheryl Huntbach at the Butterfly Meadows Children's Centre in her 'day job' Picture: OX69528 Jon Lewis Buy this photo FOR Cheryl Huntbach, the news isn't just a source of information - it could show her where her next job will be.
OXFORD'S Helen and Douglas House children's hospice has urged charities to apply for up to A 10,000 through the Oxford Mail.
Former bar staff at The Nelson, David Lock and Freda Moffatt, left, with former landlady Ivy Morley at the now closed Cowley pub Buy this photo AN OXFORD pub shut its doors for the last time on Saturday after recent incidents involving violence and drug use.
Oxfordshire Drama Wardrobe has hired costumes to Oxford colleges, private and public schools and am-dram groups across the county since 1968.
CHAIRMAN Keith Newman made this year's Broad Town Big Gig his last after eight years in charge but he leaves it at its biggest-ever size for a successor.
GORDON Frost, 47, is Thamesdown Transport 's new operations director. His responsibilities include improving services and encouraging more people to use buses.
Stephen Baxter, 45, of Centre Street, Banbury, admitted possession of amphetamine in Banbury on June 21. Given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay a A 15 victims' surcharge.
Leeds United have signed Dario Del Fabro from Cagliari. The 19-year-old defender has joined Leeds on a season long loan with a view to a permanent deal next summer.
Brian Frazier, 37, of 2519 Go Cart Lane, Oxford, was arrested Aug. 25 on charges of contempt of court, perjury and court violations.
Graham Cheetham pulled out on to the A361 and passenger Keith Anderson died after a Land Rover smashed into the side of the Toyota Prius.
Jamie Bourton of Rose Hill Youth Club with, from left, Rhyanna Cane, 10, and Leah Carron, 11. Picture: OX69544 Andrew Walmsley Buy this photo Rose Hill Primary School associate governor Fran Gardner said: "Children growing up five miles away in North Oxford or Headington will live eight or ten years longer."
MOVES to declare part of a Kidlington street a pollution hot spot could bar lorries from driving around the village, it is hoped.
From left, Lydia Coppola, Wendlebury Gate Stables owner Hazel Offord, Emilia Tranter and instructor Sue Mckecknie with Colin the Pony PARENTS of a severely disabled four-year-old who has therapeutic horse riding lessons are desperate for people to sign a petition to keep a Wendlebury stables open.
AFTER years of waiting, work on redeveloping Frideswide Square is to start on Monday - and council officials have promised the first stage of the work will not affect people's journeys to work.
Prime Minister and Witney MP David Cameron on a tour of Witney Community Hospital's new Emergency Multidisciplinary Unit in June.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 05:17 am
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