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A programme dedicated to improving health and fitness among diabetic residents has been given a cash boost.
Council Leader Michele Mead has issued a rallying call to residents and businesses as the country enters another lockdown.
Building work on Phase Two of the restoration of a historic building in Bampton can now start thanks to a grant from West Oxfordshire District Council.
Businesses are being urged to be patient regarding Covid-19 grants as the Council finance team continues to assess applications against the backdrop of a rapidly changing national situation.
Payments totalling almost £1m have been processed ahead of Christmas to ease the pressures on local businesses that either needed to stop trading or were seriously affected during the national lockdown.
Steep rises in COVID-19 cases in Oxfordshire have prompted the government to place the county into the new tier 4 level of restrictions from Boxing Day, joining many neighbouring areas in the south-east of England.
A wide-ranging survey aimed at gauging how tourism-related businesses in the District have reacted to the pandemic has been launched.
Residents are being encouraged to recycle their real Christmas trees.
A masterplan for the redevelopment of Hanborough Station is on track after a £15,000 cash injection was approved by councillors.
More than 10,000 rural homes and businesses in West Oxfordshire now have access to ultrafast full-fibre internet, providing them with some of the fastest broadband speeds in the world.
An NHS Covid-19 testing centre is to be built in Witney to improve support for residents.
‘Council Calling’ campaign successfully makes contact with thousands of ‘clinically extremely vulnerable’ residents
West Oxfordshire District Council has successfully completed the task of checking-in with thousands of vulnerable residents to see how they have coped during the lockdown.