Residents and organisations across Oxfordshire are being offered the chance to help shape the transformation of transport and digital connectivity across the country in a new consultation from 15 February to 28 March on a draft blueprint for the future. With the need for climate action, helping create healthy communities and addressing air quality at […]
Residents across Oxfordshire have continued to benefit from the county’s home library service during the pandemic with 8,364 library books being delivered from April to December 2020. Oxfordshire County Council’s home library service is offered free to users in partnership with Age UK to almost 800 residents of all ages. These residents are unable to visit […]
Our planet faces a crisis. The climate emergency and the actions of humankind are causing irreversible damage to the health and diversity of our natural world. There is growing public awareness and concern about the urgent need to act, both globally and locally. International agreements and national initiatives are starting to appear but we can […]
Organised by the West Oxfordshire Community Safety Partnership (WOCSP), the aim is to create a piece of work to inspire and educate with participants learning about the issues facing people who suffer hate crime and discrimination. This could be a video, song, poem, play, short story, live performance, artwork, photography or even a meme. Participants […]
Residents and businesses across the District are being asked to have their say on how the Council will continue to deliver and develop key services. The District Council’s share of council tax and rates payments fund the services it provides from collecting bins to planning, addressing homelessness to tackling climate change. A budget consultation is […]
Witney Road, near Finstock Station, will be closed from 08 February to 22 March 2021 for rail bridge repairs.