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Over 1,300 trees are being planted across West Oxfordshire through the collaborative efforts of the District Council and local volunteer groups to celebrate the Queen’s Green Canopy initiative. Launched last year to honour the now late Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee, the project encourages individuals and communities across the UK to plant more trees to create a lasting living legacy for generations to come.
West Oxfordshire District Council’s first Waterways Day was a great success with talks from groups and service providers sold out and over 140 people attending across the day.
Residents invited to enjoy the festive season at a series of Christmas themed events in the district
West Oxfordshire District Council’s Cabinet has agreed to explore the benefits of installing rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on its buildings to deliver on the Council’s commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and address climate change, as well as reducing energy costs.
West Oxfordshire District Council’s Cabinet moved to protect the future of pitch sports with the adoption of its Playing Pitch Strategy, which will help communities secure the provision of facilities to support rugby, football and cricket and other pitch sports in the future.
West Oxfordshire District Council continues to support Covid-19 booster programme as winter approaches
West Oxfordshire District Council is increasing its support for the NHS booster programme by offering extended use of its Elmfield Offices in Witney to provide space for booster vaccines to be given over the coming months as winter grips the district and the risk of increased Covid-19 cases rises.
West Oxfordshire District Council’s Cabinet is on tour again this month as they take their 16 November cabinet meeting to Town Hall Lower Room, Chipping Norton, to engage residents in their decision making process.
West Oxfordshire District Council has made a representation to the Planning Inspector expressing its disappointment at the request for the Council to modify its zero-carbon policy for Salt Cross Garden Village.
Free loft insulation, solar panels and low-carbon heating are just some of the energy-efficiency measures that are currently on offer to West Oxfordshire’s low-income households to help make their homes warmer, healthier and ultimately cheaper to run as part of a Government-backed scheme.
West Oxfordshire District Council has welcomed 20-year-old kickboxing champion, India Mae, as their new Youth Champion.
Halloween is less than a week away and with an estimated 22 million pumpkins - worth £32 million - expected to be wasted this year, West Oxfordshire District Council is inviting residents to make the most of this particularly versatile autumn fruit.
Businesses in rural locations in West Oxfordshire are being invited to submit ideas for projects to be potentially funded from a £716,216 pot of funding from the Rural England Prosperity Fund (REPF).