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Oxfordshire County Council’s Fire and Rescue Service are launching a special campaign to cut the number of chimney fires in the county.

3 Sep 2015

Builder sentenced after pleading guilty to overcharging pensioner

A man from Hampton Poyle was today (September 1st) sentenced to 16 months imprisonment suspended for two years and ordered to do 220 hours unpaid work after pleading guilty to offences relating to carrying out substandard work for a grossly inflated price, on a pensioner's home.

2 Sep 2015
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Plan your journeys when school year starts

Commuters are being advised to plan their journeys in advance of the new school year starting in September.

28 Aug 2015

Call to boost free nursery uptake for two-year-olds

The council is calling on families with two-year-old children to find out if they are eligible for free nursery sessions in a bid to boost uptake in Oxfordshire.

27 Aug 2015

The Didcot Mirror and the puzzles of British Celtic art

A special film about the famous “Didcot Mirror”, which was discovered some years ago by a metal detector user, will be aired in the town in September.

27 Aug 2015

Thousands receive GCSE results across Oxfordshire

The wait is over for around 6,200 young people across Oxfordshire who have received their GCSE results today.

20 Aug 2015

Students celebrate A-Level results across Oxfordshire

The wait is over for thousands of students receiving their A-Level results at schools and colleges across Oxfordshire.

13 Aug 2015

Council consulting on future of household waste recycling centres

Oxfordshire County Council is to begin consulting the public on a potential reduction in the number of household waste recycling centres in the county from August 10 - with the aim being to meet a £350,000 saving set in the authority’s budget.

10 Aug 2015
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Support for youngsters planning next steps after exams

Help is at hand for young people considering their next steps after receiving exam results this month.

10 Aug 2015

Chipping Norton consultation to go ahead

A consultation into the future of intermediate care beds in Chipping Norton will now go ahead as funding for the current arrangements will only last until the end of March 2016. A consultation into the future of intermediate care beds in Chipping Norton will now go ahead as funding for the current arrangements will only last until the end of March 2016.

6 Aug 2015

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