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Salt Cross garden village has been awarded £250,000 in Government funding to help with housing development.
Retailers, restaurants and business owners across the District are being encouraged to sign up to a new customer loyalty app, designed to give their marketing an extra dimension and increase footfall in towns across West Oxfordshire.
A new county-wide programme will support hundreds of residents most affected by Covid-19 to move more and protect their health and wellbeing.
While the reopening of the economy continues, West Oxfordshire District Council officers are continuing to work with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to call and visit local businesses with the team offering help and advice on the safest operating procedures.
English Tourism Week highlights the great tourism economy in West Oxfordshire as businesses look to recover from the pandemic
The West Oxfordshire tourism sector has been highlighted as part of English Tourism Week to help national organisations understand its importance and the impact of Covid-19 as the sector starts to recover from the pandemic
Woodstock Pool is due to reopen on 22 July for six weeks over the school holidays so that families can enjoy the brilliant facility over the summer.
Organisations across the District which have been helping people affected by Covid-19 are being awarded thousands of pounds worth of funding.
West Oxfordshire District Council Leader Michele Mead has appointed her new Cabinet following the local elections.
Three talented year 8 students from Wood Green School in Witney have been busy planting apple trees, won in a climate change competition held by West Oxfordshire District Council last year.
Community groups looking to take part in this year’s Great British Spring Clean (28 May-13 June) are invited to contact West Oxfordshire District Council if they need help getting rid of their collected bags of litter.
The development of Salt Cross garden village has taken a major step forward with the appointment of a Government inspector to oversee key areas of its planning.
Residents in West Oxfordshire will soon see a more efficient and effective waste collection service following a decision by West Oxfordshire District Council’s Cabinet to invest up to £140k in a new ‘in-cab’ technology system.