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Banbury is in the centre of the ‘golden triangle’ between Oxford, Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon. Banbury has the advantage of being close enough to all three to visit, but far enough away to retain its own character and atmosphere.
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Three events. Canal Day, Banbury Folk Festival and the town’s Trafalgar Parade, all in one day. Banbury will be the place to visit on Sunday 14 October – with three fantastic events coming together to delight residents and tourists. Canal Day will remember the history of Banbury’s canal with a fun-filled family day out. Dozens… Continue Reading
Banbury residents will be able to consult town councillors at an open-house drop-in session on Saturday 2 June. Councillors Lucy Donaldson and Tony Ilott will be at Banbury Town Hall on Saturday 2 June to answer questions and listen to opinions on all things Banbury. They will host a monthly drop-in session that enables voters […]
Opportunity for young people to take part in – Play in a Week. Banbury’s Cherwell Theatre Company are delighted to announce an exciting opportunity for Oxfordshire’s young theatre-makers this August, in partnership with The Warriner School, Bloxham. The company will present ‘The Monstrum’ a contemporary play by Kellie Smith at The Warriner School on […]
Plants giveaway. Gardeners will be able to stock up their flower beds free of charge if they call at People’s Park on Saturday 26 May. Banbury Town Council will be giving away hundreds of plants including pansies and wall-flowers plus masses of tulip bulbs. The share out will be at the community garden in the […]
All urged to respond to annual survey. Residents are once again being asked what they think of services provided by Cherwell District Council via the 2018 satisfaction survey. The six-week survey opened on Tuesday, 8 May and people are being asked to rate the quality of services provide by Cherwell, and whether it offers value […]
Council here to help halt homelessness. Following a change in legislation, people threatened with homelessness in Cherwell are being urged to contact the council as soon as they can. The Homelessness Reduction Act 2017 came into force in April 2018 and increases the number of people eligible for help. Councillor John Donaldson, Cherwell District Council’s […]
Comic Connections to give away hundreds of FREE COMICS on the 5th May 2018. 750 comics up for grabs as Comic Connections celebrates FCBD 2018. A wide range of titles to choose from – there’s something for everyone. Comic Connections – Oxfordshire’s longest running comic-book shop – is suiting up and getting ready to give […]
Banbury Town Council is supporting cancer research by planting pink tulips in People’s Park. The council is working with Oxford-based charity UCARE (Urology Cancer Research and Education) to raise awareness of urological cancers. The charity is celebrating its 10th anniversary by organising a sea of pink tulips throughout Oxfordshire and the town council is playing […]
Rally call for historic event. A rally call has gone out to vintage vehicle owners to be part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of a thriving historic event. Banbury Steam Society is encouraging owners and enthusiasts to join them on 23 and 24 June at their annual display and demonstration spanning 130 acres near Bloxham, […]