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Full bulky waste collection service now available

Residents can now access the full bulky waste service.

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Council meetings set to be streamed online

West Oxfordshire District Council is set to launch its council meetings online.

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Council up to speed with COVID-19 business grant payments

West Oxfordshire District Council has now paid out more than £21m in business support grants to over 1,700 businesses in the district.

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Help your neighbours by not lighting bonfires

West Oxfordshire District Council has seen a major increase in complaints about bonfires in the last few weeks and is calling on residents to be more considerate of those with respiratory conditions and people in self-isolation.

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Boost for market traders after rent waived

Traders on Witney Market are operating rent-free after West Oxfordshire District Council stepped in.

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Fly-tippers pay the price in Carterton

Fly-tippers have been tracked down and penalised after an incident in Carterton.

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Residents asked not to contaminate recycling

Residents are being urged to avoid contaminating their recycling bins with ordinary waste.

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Business grant awards process accelerating

Major progress is being made in processing Government grants for eligible businesses across the District.

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Asda closes ‘bring site’ in Carterton

The ‘bring site’ recycling facility at Asda in Carterton has closed.

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Work continues apace to deliver business support grants to coronavirus-affected West Oxfordshire businesses

West Oxfordshire District Council is making significant progress in its efforts to ensure all eligible businesses receive the government’s business support grants. 


Residents urged to use digital channels during coronavirus crisis

West Oxfordshire District Council is calling on residents to consider how they get in touch while social distancing measures are in place.

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Council leader urges residents to “stay at home” with good weather ahead

Residents across West Oxfordshire are being urged to stick strictly to the Government’s advice and stay at home in the coming days and weeks, with the peak of the coronavirus pandemic yet to come.