Cooper School in Bicester invited 160 year one pupils to take part in the annual Cooper Family Dance Festival.
The number of people turning to Bicester Food Bank for help to feed themselves and their families has risen by 29 per cent in the last year.
London mayor, Boris Johnson, gave his support to East-West rail during the unveiling of a new science initiative in the capital on Tuesday last week.
Today, Sunday, keen runners from the Advertiser and Review region will be lacing up their trainers to take part in the London Marathon.
An arts café project which is organised by young people for young people faces closure if new sponsors cannot be found.
Energy monitors are available to loan to help residents identify the largest contributors to their electricity bills.
Customers and residents in the Bicester area are being reminded Cherwell District Council’s offices and Link Points will be closed over the Easter bank holiday.
Clearview Traffic Group has secured a £4 million grant to help bring their manufacturing home to Britain.
Thirteen lorry tyres, electrical items and jewellery were among the possessions stolen in a spate of thefts in Bicester last week.
The son of a Bicester woman who died with dementia last year is taking part in next Sunday’s London Marathon in her memory, to boost funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK.
Former Tottenham, Arsenal and England footballer Sol Campbell will be in Bicester today, Saturday, when he visits Cole’s Bookstore to sign copies of his new book, Sol Campbell – The Authorised Biography.
Motor vehicle students at Banbury and Bicester College have taken delivery of two new cars. On Tuesday, Hyundai UK donated the cars, with a combined value of £25,000, to the college’s motor vehicle centre in Broughton Road, Banbury. Rose Turner, college principal, said: “We are extremely grateful. By working with employers such as Hyundai we can ensure students also have access to the latest vehicles and equipment so they can develop skills employers are looking for.” The £2m motor vehicle centre, which forms part of a larger £6m development at the college’s Banbury campus, features the latest vehicle lifts, engine diagnostic equipment and electric car charging points.
Around £700 of supplies and food were delivered to Oxon Animal Sanctuary at the weekend.
Visitors to Bicester Village will have further room to park after Cherwell district councillors approved plans to provide an additional decked car park.
Two gold rings were stolen from an elderly man in a distraction burglary in Mill Lane, Upper Heyford, on Wednesday, March 26.
The completion of a rail link between Oxford and Milton Keynes, which will pass through Bicester, Winslow and Aylesbury, has been delayed until 2019, Network Rail has announced.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a burglary at a property in Villiers Road, Bicester, on Friday, March 28.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a burglary in Highfield, Bicester.
Thieves sawed through a wooden fence and stole wheels and tyres from three lorries in Bicester last month.
Public feedback on plans for the UK’s first eco-town in Bicester have helped to form part of planning documents submitted to Cherwell District Council.
South Northants, Aylesbury Vale and Cherwell have all been named in the top 50 best places to live in the countryside.
Incorrect disposal of scrap metal could land householders in Cherwell with a £1,000 fine, warns the district council.
County councils in Bucks, Northants and Oxon have each received a share of the £183.5m funding allocated for flood-damaged roads.
Children visiting Bicester’s Jubilee Lake to feed the ducks were greeted with the sight of four birds which had been shot dead on Saturday.
Long time staff member at Marsh Gibbon CofE School Jenny Rouse, said a fond farewell last week after 30 years of service.
Seven schools in the Advertiser and Review region are partially closed today due to strike action taken by members of the National Union of Teachers.