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Residents are being urged not to let their Halloween pumpkins go to waste.
Residents are being advised to be extra vigilant, particularly over half-term, as cases of coronavirus continue to spread across the county.
Temperatures are falling as autumn kicks in so there’s never been a better time to make your home warmer while saving money and cutting carbon emissions.
The Government has launched a new payment for those on low incomes who unable to work while self-isolating.
Cotswolds Tourism has today announced it has received funding from VisitEngland for its successful ‘Uncover the Cotswolds’ project.
The Oxford to Cambridge Arc, which the Chancellor of the Exchequer described as a “key economic priority” for the country, has unveiled its bold vision in a prospectus that has been submitted to Government. The Arc’s ambition is to unlock the potential of its assets to create a world-leading innovation economy.
A community organisation which helps prevent food from going to waste is going from strength to strength after finding a new home.
This week sees the launch of Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British September Clean - the national campaign which encourages more of us to get involved in keeping litter off our streets and out of the environment.
Residents struggling to pay their council tax are in line to receive further financial support from West Oxfordshire District Council.
A special song and a thought-provoking piece of art have been voted the winners of our Climate Change competition.
Voluntary and community organisations such as foodbanks in West Oxfordshire are being encouraged to apply for a special grant to help tackle the effects of Coronavirus on the most vulnerable.
Views are being sought on the Area Action Plan (AAP) for Salt Cross garden village.