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Racing
Skipper Ian Isham will miss Banbury Bulls' fixture with Swindon

Kerr looking for Bulls to bounce back after setback

Head coach James Kerr will be looking for a positive response when Banbury Bulls entertain Swindon on Saturday.

Rugby
Banbury United manager Mike Ford

Five games left for the Puritans to clinch spot

Banbury United boss Mike Ford says there can be no more slip-ups if his side are going to make the Evo-Stik Southern League play-offs.

Non League
George Huxley

All that jazz coming to Tysoe

Enrico Tomasso has won the British Jazz Award for best trumpeter three times, the last in 2013 and has not been outside the top two since.

Music
Martin Quinn and Georgina Stalbow

Choral concert in Deddington

Warriner Choral Society is preparing for the first concert of the year taking place on Saturday, April 8.

Music
Nigel Galletly won the OIBA over-60's singles

Galletly cruises past Mobley to take singles title

Banbury Cross bowler Nigel Galletly beat Oxford & District’s Keith Mobley 21-9 in Monday’s OIBA over-60’s singles final.

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Simon Osborn will be walking the Thames to raise money and awareness for Epilepsy UK NNL-170324-111454001

Unlikely Banbury adventurer to walk the Thames

A Banbury man will be walking the entire length of the River Thames next month to raise money and awareness for Epilepsy UK.

News
AJ Docherty and Lee Wilkinson with OIBA competition seceretary John Cox

Docherty goes for hat-trick after Cross dominate finals

AJ Docherty will be going for a hat-trick of titles when the Oxon IBA finals conclude.

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Aveline Cruickshank scored for Banbury

Seventh spot after season slips away

Banbury completed their South Clubs Women’s Hockey League campaign with a 4-1 defeat against Teddington which saw them finish in seventh place.

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Banbury man dies after crashing car into tree in Northamptonshire

Banbury man dies after crashing car into tree in Northamptonshire

A man from Banbury died after crashing his car into a tree in rural Northamptonshire with police appealing for witnesses.

Transport
Photo by Connie Fore

Call goes out for your funny pet photos

The Comedy Pet Photography Awards has already received a barrage of strong (and rib-tickling) contenders, but there's still time to enter.

News
Banbury Signal Box north NNL-160202-143112001

A fond farewell to a Banbury landmark

After more than a century of service, Banbury’s Signal Box North is no more.

News
Hidden Banbury. White Lion Walk. NNL-170328-110533009

Could you capture ‘Hidden Banbury.’?

Banbury Camera Club (BCC) is urging the public to get involved in its new photography competition to discover ‘Hidden Banbury’.

News
Nico H�lkenberg on his way to 11th place in Sunday's Australian Grand Prix

Hülkenberg just misses out on top ten finish

The Renault Sport team began its Formula One season in Melbourne with Nico Hülkenberg finishing just shy of the points in 11th.

Sport
A view of Antwerp

Travel: Grand designs on Antwerp

As a man who avoids buying clothes until his jeans are almost threadbare, my sense of fashion could (at best) be described as inept. I know vintage handbags can be a serious investment and Jimmy Choo is a shoemaker. But that's about it.

Travel
Senior citizens having fun at Dance to Health classes

Reduce falls by dancing

Dance to Health – a pilot programme to reduce falls in older people through a combination of physiotherapy and dance – has been such a success that it is set to continue.

News
Anjali dance Company founder and director Nicole Thomson

Can you help Anjali Dance Company find a new home?

Banbury’s Anjali Dance Company – an internationally-renowned group of dancers with learning disabilities – has to find a new home after steep increases in rent at The Mills Art Centre, which has lost its funding.

News
Chacombe Park head chef Mark Roberts who is running the marathon for the Barchester Foundation

Come to charity football match and family fun day

Running the marathon is a double whammy for Mark Roberts – he’s never done it before and he’s the first person to do so for Barchester’s Charitable Foundation.

News
Six ways to lower your fuel consumption

Six ways to lower your fuel consumption

With the cost of fuel an ever-present concern for the UK’s motorists, making even the smallest savings can boost the household budget.

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Kineton pupils express their delight at winning the Karcher Accumulator Challenge for the third year running

Triple whammy for school

For the third year running Kineton High School & Sixth Form has won a top fundraising award.

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