Banbury Guardian

More room to play for Banbury charity helping disabled children

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Cherwell District Council

Cherwell apologises for fire door danger

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Asda

Asda develops Easter egg made entirely out of cheese – but not everyone’s convinced

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Revealed: TV licence fee to increase from April

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Parish councillor resigns to campaign for NHS

Health

Up, up and away for budding trampolinists of Banbury

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LOOK BACK WITH LITTLE: Do you recall when we stepped back to 1642?

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Ballet dancers Pamela Hawkins (13) and Isobel Graham (11) NNL-180219-102733001

Royal appointment for Blessed George Napier student and ballet dancer

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Have your say on Bodicote crime

Crime
Elliot Sandy's spot-kick beats Kings Langley keeper Martin Bennett to give Banbury United the lead

Johnson’s stoppage-time equaliser denies the Puritans

Non League
Banbury United manager Mike Ford has added to his squad

Ford gets his man as Stonehouse joins the Puritans

Non League
BetVictor

Theatre Territory looks good each-way value at Kempton

Racing
Maximilian G�nther

Günther takes next step with Arden

Sport

Case heading north in his pursuit of a hat-trick

Racing

Goode out to put record straight on Bulls’ return

Rugby

Wilkin wary of County’s threat ahead of huge tie

Non League
Are Sega set to release a new Sonic racer?

Console Corner: Gaming news to set pulses racing

Tech
Asda

Asda develops Easter egg made entirely out of cheese – but not everyone’s convinced

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BBC up licence fee

Revealed: TV licence fee to increase from April

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The Round Tower built c1750 marks the spot where Charles I raised his standard at Edgehill

LOOK BACK WITH LITTLE: Do you recall when we stepped back to 1642?

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The current committee: Julie Hillier, Angie Allen, Priscilla Lange, Mary Rushworth (vice president), Merrill Bayley (president), Janice Kinory (secretary), Linda Needle (treasurer), Catherine Crook and Pauline Brock

The Long Read: 100 years of the Steeple Aston WI

Nostalgia

Poundland selling video games for £5? It’s the 1980s all over again

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