Council Leader, Sue Cooper, has written to The Rt Hon Gavin Williamson to request that he safeguards the future of the Union Learning Fund that helps to deliver courses to support education and skill development of workers. You can read the letter in full here.
A company director has been ordered to pay more than £7,300 in fines and court costs after waste from her supermarket was found in South Oxfordshire.
Local residents and community groups are invited to get involved with the Didcot Garden Town projects by joining a brand-new resident sounding board event on Monday 30 November. The first of its kind, the garden town team are asking people of all ages, from Didcot and surrounding villages, to attend a virtual event to hear […]
From 16 November, two new Covid Compliance Marshals have been employed to promote and encourage businesses and residents across southern Oxfordshire to comply with the COVID-19 public health measures to reduce the impact of the pandemic. South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils have used their allocation of a national government grant to […]
Businesses in South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse that have been temporarily forced to close and for those that have been severely impacted by the latest national lockdown may apply for new support grant funding. These grants are worth up to £3,000 per month. South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils are […]
The owner of a Henley restaurant has been ordered to pay more than £22,000 after South Oxfordshire District Council successfully prosecuted the company for breaking a number of food hygiene and health and safety laws. On 6 November at Oxford Magistrates Court, Mr Tahsin Kan, aged 39, of Bartholomew St, Newbury, as sole director of […]
Our Thames Champion, Cllr Jo Robb, is calling on two Oxfordshire MPs to support a bill to improve UK waterways. Last month South Oxfordshire District Council passed a motion calling for more stringent water testing and reduced pollution to make the Thames and its tributaries ‘safe for all’. Now Cllr Robb, who brought the motion, […]
The Leaders of South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils have written a letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer to express their dismay that the national lockdown was announced without sufficient support for all businesses in place. Cllrs Sue Cooper and Emily Smith explained that businesses have already been in touch with […]
The future priorities for South Oxfordshire have been set out in a plan that the district council will follow for the next few years, through the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent recovery. The council has launched its brand-new Corporate Plan outlining how it will serve its communities until 2024. The plan highlights priorities including the protection […]
We know the winter lockdown will be tough on some of our residents and businesses, but we’re here for anybody who urgently needs our help. That’s the message from South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse district councils as the nation prepares for the next lockdown tomorrow (5 November). The councils’ Community Hub, which […]