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A scheme that helps keep homes warm and cuts bills by boosting efficiency has been approved by councillors for another year.
All young people visiting West Oxfordshire’s leisure centres this summer will be able to enjoy a free meal after our operator GLL Better signed up for the Holiday Food and Fun programme.
The Love West Oxfordshire LoyalFree app has received its first 1000 downloads just four weeks after launching on 1 July.
Blenheim Estate Homes and West Oxfordshire District Council shortlisted for an Estates Gazette Award
Blenheim Estate Homes and West Oxfordshire District Council are delighted to have been nominated as finalists in The Public/Private Partnership Award category of 2021’s Estate Gazette Awards.
From Monday 26 July anyone aged 18 or over can receive a first or second dose of the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine at a walk-in clinic in Witney Town Shop, 3 Welch Way, Witney OX28 6JH.
The Witney Shopmobility service will be relaunched under new management with extended opening hours and plans to extend its offering.
It’s almost time to dig out your trunks and swimming costumes with the re-opening of Woodstock Pool just two weeks away.
Pobi Bakery in Witney, Mad Hatter Bookshop in Burford and The Tea Set in Chipping Norton are some of the independent stores offering discounts and rewards through the Love West Oxfordshire LoyalFree app.
Members of Stonesfield Cricket Club are proudly displaying a new electronic scoreboard after netting a grant from West Oxfordshire District Council.
Council submits multi-million pound Government funding bid to help improve travel across the district and boost local employment
West Oxfordshire District Council has submitted a bid for £16.7m to the Government’s Levelling Up Fund to build a new underpass under the A40 to link communities, accelerate the introduction of a new science and technology park and boost the economy of Carterton.
Residents and businesses across the District are being asked for their views on the future of Witney High Street.
Salt Cross garden village has been awarded £250,000 in Government funding to help with housing development.