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Banbury Operatic Society needs more storage space

Banbury Operatic Society (BOS) is appealing for any businesses or other organisations with spare space to provide them with a new home.

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Fire broke out at garages on Appleby Close on Wednesday night.

UPDATE: Vehicles destroyed in garage fire in Banbury

Two motorbikes, a quad bike and several cars were destroyed in a garage fire in Appleby Close in the early hours of this morning, Thursday.
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Thieves steal thousands of pounds of stock from garden centre in Warmington

Security camera footage has recorded two people stealing high value items from the National Herb Centre last night, Wednesday.

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VIDEO: Dogs for Good's Fidget demonstrates calming technique for autistic children

Oxfordshire Freemasons got to see first hand some of the techniques family dogs are being taught to help their owners.

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Holloway's of Banbury are selling a Dickin Medal and associated paperwork with photos, won by carrier pigeon, Princess, in WWII. NNL-171128-161930009

Rare Second World War medal for pigeon is sold at Banbury auctioneer

A rare wartime medal which was awarded to a carrier pigeon for her contribution to the allied effort during the Second World War has sold at auction for £7,200.

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Child patients at Horton happy with their treatment says watchdog survey

Youngsters receiving care at the Horton Hospital are happy with their experiences overall.

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Oxfordshire County Hall NNL-160721-122114009

County eyes big tax rise in latest budget

Council tax for Oxfordshire County Council provided services could be rising by 4.99 per cent according to next year’s budget.

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(Left to right) Alison Pearce and family dog Harvey, Andrew Keech from Oxfordshire Freemasons and Dogs for Good demo dog, Fidget and  Dogs for Good PAWS Family Dog Instructor, Robbie Campbell. NNL-171212-100230001

Dogs for Good gets £60,000 to help children with autism connect with their family dog

Oxfordshire Freemasons has donated £60,000 to Banbury-based Dogs for Good to help children with autism make the most of their family dog.

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Brackley Christmas Lights switch-on and Lantern Parade. Lights in The Market Square. NNL-171125-225005009

Lanterns light up Brackley night sky for Christmas light switch-on

More than 250 lanterns lit up Brackley High Street on Saturday for the town’s Christmas light switch-on.

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Jerome Prigent of the Horse & Groom in Caulcott, has been nominated for the 2017/18 Parliamentary Pub Chef of the Year award. NNL-171024-162102001

Caulcott chef nominated for parliamentary award by MP

Chef Jerome Prigent has been nominated by Bicester MP Victoria Prentis for the 2017/18 Parliamentary Pub Chef of the Year award.

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Falconer Dian from Fir Tree Falconry with four-year-old Lotty Connor from Winchcombe Farm Day Nursery?s Preschool NNL-171023-145945001

Feathered friends visit Upper Tysoe pre-school

Winchcombe Farm Day Nursery in Upper Tysoe had two feathered guests at its open day last week.

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Opening of new play equipment at Easington Rec. NNL-171017-173329001

Easington Rec gets new equipment after makeover

Children who play in Easington Rec are now able to enjoy new equipment after a £350,000 summer makeover.

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