Climbing out of the pandemic through active playPublished: 24th March 2022
Work will soon start to install a new large climbing frame for 5 to 11 year olds at the City Council’s Hollow Way Park in Cowley.
Council agrees £1.85m in grants to help prevent rough sleeping across OxfordshirePublished: 24th March 2022
Oxford City Council has agreed a £1.85m grant budget to help prevent rough sleeping and single homelessness – a 17% increase on 2021/22.
First Safer Streets measures installed to support women’s safety in OxfordPublished: 23rd March 2022
24 new CCTV cameras are among the first measures to be introduced by Oxford City council as part of a multi-agency programme to make the streets safer for women and girls in Oxford.
Council’s Community Impact Fund: ‘Big Ideas’ grants awarded to 36 organisationsPublished: 23rd March 2022
Oxford City Council has announced the 36 organisations and community groups across the city who will benefit from grants of up to £28,000 as part of its Community Impact Fund ‘Big Ideas’ grants.
City Council launches Crowdfunder to bring community art to Oxford’s May Morning celebrationsPublished: 23rd March 2022
Oxford City Council is appealing for local businesses and organisations to help make Oxford’s May Morning celebrations bigger and better as it returns as a live event after a two-year hiatus.
Council publishes latest Greenhouse Gas Emissions report for 2020/21Published: 23rd March 2022
Oxford City Council has published its latest Greenhouse Gas Emissions report covering the reporting year 2020/21 – the year of lockdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Oxford City Council and Elmore Community Services convene summit on behalf of Oxfordshire Anti-Slavery Network to prevent modern slaveryPublished: 22nd March 2022
On behalf of the Oxfordshire Anti-Slavery Network - a grouping of Oxfordshire agencies working to end modern slavery in the county - Oxford City Council and Elmore chaired a round table.
Six new traders join Oxford Covered Market in the past six monthsPublished: 22nd March 2022
Six new independent businesses have opened in Oxford’s famous Covered Market in the past six months.
Historical characters come to life in official launch for families at the Museum of OxfordPublished: 22nd March 2022
Have you ever wanted to roam around a museum at night to witness the exhibits come to life? No need to fear the dark as the Museum of Oxford is teeming with characters from across history at the Rewind Time family day on Saturday 9 April.
Oxford City Centre undergoes deep clean after securing Government fundsPublished: 21st March 2022
Oxford City Council is taking measures to improve the city centre using Government funding following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.