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Theatre Chipping Norton has received funding for a community public art project that cuts across generations.
A drop in clinic in West Oxfordshire staffed by the NHS has administered 4,887 vaccinations.
Have your say on West Oxfordshire District Council’s budget as consultation opens on where council tax will be spent next year
Residents and businesses in West Oxfordshire are being urged to give their views on the District Council’s spending plans as it prepares its budget for the next financial year.
Parents and children in West Oxfordshire are being invited to track down one of Santa’s elves for a chance to win a prize, as West Oxfordshire District Council launches its #FindAl campaign to encourage people to shop locally this Christmas.
The Leader of West Oxfordshire District Council, Michele Mead has joined 379 people at the latest Covid vaccination walk-in centre in Witney for her Covid booster.
This year for 16 Days of Action, which runs from 25 November to 10 December, the Council is organising events across the district to raise awareness on domestic abuse and how the Council can help victims.
The NHS and West Oxfordshire District Council are bringing the successful pop-up vaccination centre back to Witney Town Centre for another Covid-19 drop-in vaccination opportunity.
Community grants available from West Oxfordshire District Council
As the seasons change and we head into Autumn, residents are being encouraged to prepare homes and businesses for flooding over the winter months.
West Oxfordshire District Council has been allocated £131,730 to support residents who are struggling to make ends meet this winter. This is part of the recently launched government Household Support Fund in which Oxfordshire County Council has been allocated £3.4m.
£134,000 allocated by West Oxfordshire District Council in grants to support local community projects
West Oxfordshire District Council (WODC) has allocated £134,472 of grant funding to a number of local projects to help them to continue to deliver or improve invaluable services to residents in the District.
West Oxfordshire District Council has set out its plans for managing its land areas as it looks to ‘build back greener’ following the Covid pandemic and deliver on its climate change strategy commitment to protect and restore the district’s natural eco-systems and wildlife habitats.