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14 community projects have benefitted from grants of up to £500 to support projects that foster community cohesion, build relationships and organise activities that benefit residents’ health and wellbeing across the district.
Nearly 4,000 residents took to the ice for free in the district thanks to Love West Oxfordshire
West Oxfordshire District Councillors have now approved the budget for the coming financial year, as the council continues to balance delivering excellent services, against a challenging financial situation.
West Oxfordshire District Council has been awarded £78,000 in funding to bring forward a planning application for Council owned land for eight affordable net zero carbon homes in Chipping Norton.
Parents and children in West Oxfordshire are being invited to ‘get your skates on’ as West Oxfordshire District Council provides free ice skating as part of its Love West Oxfordshire campaign.
Crews collected roadside rubbish along the A40
West Oxfordshire hedgehogs to get safer routes as part of new ‘urban highway’ campaign to boost population
Hedgehogs living in the most built up areas of West Oxfordshire are to get a helping hand thanks to a new initiative, which launches this week, as the District Council pushes to protect and restore natural ecosystems as part of its response to tackling the ecological emergency.
West Oxfordshire District Council will be donating their unused laptops, computers and phones for re-use to charities who then distribute them to people who struggle to access the equipment.
West Oxfordshire District Council is offering free online training courses to help local businesses remain Covid resilient as restrictions ease.
West Oxfordshire District Council drops kerbside collections for engine oil and car batteries due to low demand
West Oxfordshire District Council will no longer pick up engine oil from the kerbside for recycling with immediate effect, as it remains focused on providing a value for money waste service, which responds to the needs of its residents.