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Student Art ‘pop-up’ opens in Banbury’s Church Lane

A pop-up art gallery at The Haven in Church Lane, Banbury marks the start of a month-long arts festival showcasing the work of students from Banbury and Bicester College.

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Manchester vigil

Manchester vigil at Banbury Market Place

Banbury residents are being urged to join a show of solidarity and support for the victims of the Manchester terror attack.

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Big Orange should be hard to beat at Sandown

We’ve teamed up with BetVictor to preview the day’s racing.

Racing
Haas F1 Team boss Guenther Steiner

A new-look car for historic circuit

It’s one of the most iconic races on the Formula One calender and Banbury’s Haas F1 Team will have a new-look car for Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix.

Sport
Banbury captain Lloyd Sabin runs them up against Henley at White Post Road

Sabin says Banbury need to be on their guard at rivals

Two of the youngest sides in the Home Counties Premier Cricket League go head-to-head on Saturday.

Cricket
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Musical twins set to raise the church roof in Burton Dassett

A brother and sister musical duo will be performing for 24 hours straight to raise money for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital after one of the twins suffered a hand injury that could have ended his future in music.

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Banbury man charged after assault in Grimsbury

Banbury man charged after assault in Grimsbury

A man has been charged with robbery and possession of a bladed article with intent following an incident in Banbury.

Crime
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Business as usual at Banbury’s Norbar after takeover

After 74 years in the Brodey family, Norbar Torque Tools has been sold to American tool giant Snap-on, but Neill and Phillip Brodey remain at the helm of the company their grandfather Bill began on Banbury’s North Bar Street.

Business
An image taken moments after the attack. Inset: Ariana Grande.

Ariana Grande “offers to pay for victims’ funerals” after Manchester Arena attack

Popstar, Ariana Grande, has reportedly offered to pay for the funerals of those who died as a result of a terror attack in Manchester on Monday.

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Bodicote House, Cherwell District Council Offices Bodicote

Advice on offer for Banbury area landlords at tomorrow’s forum

Private landlords and property professionals will have the opportunity to receive updates on the latest changes in the rental sector and advise on how to achieve higher standards at tomorrow’s landlords’ forum.

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Sean Walkinshaw and Shinichi Takagi on the podium

Walkinshaw claims third after top race in Japan

Super GT racer Sean Walkinshaw delivered on his clear podium potential during round three of the season at Autopolis in Japan on Sunday.

Sport
Banbury's new overseas player Aizaz Cheema

Captain is confident Cheema will be a big hit

Banbury skipper Lloyd Sabin is backing new overseas player Aizaz Cheema to be a big hit at White Post Road.

Cricket
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Lorry driver who died in M40 crash near Gaydon is named

The lorry driver who died in a collision on the M40 between Gaydon and Banbury yesterday (Tuesday) has been named.

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The Yews

South Newington gardens open for hospice

This summer, supporters of Katharine House Hospice will be opening their gardens to raise money as part of the Hospice’s seventh Festival of Open Gardens.

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Lloyds Scholar Lucy Cross

Follow in the footsteps of talented Banbury students

Lloyds Banking Group’s award-winning social mobility programme, Lloyds Scholars, is now recruiting its 2017/18 university intake of students from across the UK.

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Veteran Chris Smithson

Banbury man launches veterans’ breakfast club

A new Armed Forces Veterans Breakfast Club meets for the first time at 9.30am on Saturday, June 3, at The Exchange, on Banbury High Street.

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North Banbury Scout Group celebrations

Half-century celebrations for North Banbury Scouts

North Banbury Scout Group have celebrated the 50th anniversary of the group’s formation on May 19 1967.

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Zoolab visits Winchcombe Farm Day Nursery in Upper  Tysoe

Upper Tysoe tinies meet the minibeasts

A snake, a tarantula and a chameleon were among the unusual visitors when Winchcombe Farm Day Nursery, in Upper Tysoe, hosted a visit from a Zoolab ranger to help the youngsters learn all about minibeasts.

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The opening of Middleton Cheney's new pre-school

Middleton Cheney celebrates new pre-school opening

About 150 people attended an open day to celebrate the opening of Middleton Cheney’s new pre-school.

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Volunteers at last year's Clean for the Queen litter pick on the Salt Way

New group launches to manage ancient Banbury pathway

Local councillors and volunteers are launching a new group to manage a historic pathway.

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