All our council offices are closed to the public and our council staff are working from home.
Please see our who we are for email addresses and telephone numbers for each of our departments. Our phone lines remain open if you need to speak to someone, however it’s likely to be quicker if you look for your information on our website or email us.
For details on services provided by Oxfordshire County Council please visit the county council’s website.
Our waste collection services are currently facing some disruptions. Please see our waste collections page for the latest information.
NHS and care staff are able to park for free with a valid Covid-19 pass. Find out more on our car parks pages.
The Cornerstone Arts Centre cafe Nourish is now open and from the 24 July – 4 September the Didcot Garden Party will be taking place every weekend – find out more on the Cornerstone website
You can find out about what our Active Communities team are up to, get advice about keeping moving and mental wellbeing via our social media pages. You can email them firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about their activities out their pages on our website
Our play areas are open – visitors are being asked to follow some simple instructions to help prevent transmitting the virus.
Outdoor gyms are now available for use again
We are still prioritising renewal applications but we are now able to take applications for new driver licences from applicants who have passed the knowledge test. For more information head to our taxi licensing webpage.
The Community Hub team are available for people struggling to access support, or essentials like food or prescriptions during lockdown.