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 09/10/17

Children's Literary Festival Henley


Running alongside the Henley Literary Festival each Autumn, the Children’s festival is an unmissable chance for budding bookworms to come face-to-face with their favourite authors.

Abingdon Michelmas Fair


From Monday, 9th October to Tuesday, 10th October, the town's traditional Michaelmas street fair has something for all ages.

Pumpkin Picking at Millets farm


If there's anything more seasonal at this time of year than carving a pumpkin, it's carving one you've picked yourself. Millets Farm are on hand for pumpkins throughout October.

Banbury Literary Live


Back for it's fifth year, this one day event boasts a fantastic line up of top authors, speakers, performers and workshops with performance poets, cookery demos, animal showcase, animators, illustrators, music and dance. 

Timetable set for Central Library reopening


While we're on a literary theme, here's some exciting news about Oxford Central Library. The countdown to this fantastic community space starts now!  Find out more

Around the County

Be a Digital Helper


Are you confident using computers? Could you spare a couple of hours a week to teach others how to use them? We're looking for digital helper volunteers to teach basic digital skills to people like Eve! Find out more about volunteering as a digital helper at a library near you – 

Your Photos

Autumn is beginning to show its true colours across the county, and we’re loving the pictures you’re sending us, keep ‘em coming!  

Get your electric blanket tested


Colder nights got you reaching for the electric blanket? We’re running free testing across the county. Book yours in here! Last year about 20% of the blankets we tested failed!

Oxford needs a gear change


Nottingham used a Workplace Parking charge to pay for trams across the county. How could we use things like congestion charging to make it easier to get around in Oxford over the coming years? Find out more

Major Roadworks

Folly bridge

We’re about halfway through the work on Folly Bridge. Traffic management will be removed from the road by 20 October in time for the Westgate Centre re-opening. More

Access to Headington
We are nearly ready to switch into the next phase of The Slade on the other side of the road. The work at the junction of Churchill Drive and Old Road began last week and we have already completed phase one and we’ve just begun phase two. More

Have your say - latest consulations


Station Road (Didcot) Proposed Zebra Crossing

Mansfield Road (Oxford) Proposed Pay & Display Parking Amendments

A4095 Station Road & Lince Lane (Enslow, Bletchingdon) Proposed 40mph Speed Limit

Visit the website for more consultations  

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