Going back to school, better buses and a vision of the future, plus parking changes, refugees and music.
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From 1 November, on-street parking enforcement will be changing in South Oxfordshire, the Vale of White Horse and Cherwell to bring them in line with the rest of the county.
Currently in these districts, Thames Valley Police enforce the parking restrictions but our teams will now be responsible for the whole county, giving continuity and clarity for all road users.
Find out more about how climate change, access to nature, integrated, sustainable travel and residents' physical and mental wellbeing feature highly as priorities.
Register your child for Saturday morning music activities and they'll enjoy interactive and collaborative ensemble sessions with different instruments, supported by our expert teachers.
The Oxford-Cambridge Arc is an ambitious vision for environmentally sustainable and innovation-led growth across the region. Help create the vision for our region's future by having your say.
Communities, authorities and other organisations from across our county have pulled together to provide a very warm and supportive welcome for those arriving from Afghanistan.
Bus passengers will find it easier and safer to use services after improvements to several bus stops around the county have taken place. Learn more
Even if you've been double-jabbed, you can still catch and spread the virus so reduce the risk to everyone, by testing twice-weekly. Learn more
Schools in Oxfordshire have been planning the return of our children. Find out more about government advice on the return to school. Learn more
Stay alert for horse riders by passing slow and wide
Have your say on how Oxfordshire’s bus services could improve
High Sheriff recognises heroes of the pandemic with awards