Eddie Pepperell finished nearly last after his second poor round at the Made In Denmark tournament at Farso.
DENTON Gerald Gerry. Passed away peacefully at Sobell House, on 19th August 2016, aged 74 years. Much loved Husband of Daphne. Dearly loved Father of Jeffrey, Jonathan and Jeremy. Adored Grandfather of Oliver and Jack. Father-in-law to Kelly and…
DRIVERS are facing delays on the M40 southbound after a broken down car is blocking the carriageway.
A FORMER director on Oxfordshire County Council has joined an group which promotes Didcot to businesses and tourist.
FREE football sessions for people in Blackbird Leys to get out in the fresh air and meet new people have been launched by two local charities.
Pike are the most misunderstood of fish. Dubbed the freshwater wolf they make annual appearances in tabloid newspapers for allegedly trying to drag dogs into the deep and even launching attacks on humans. In reality, far from a river monster the pike…
FANCY foodies in Oxfordshire will not have far to travel to dine at two of the Good Food Guide's favourite restaurants.
A PUBLISHING giant has shut down an online language study after users "severely" abused the system with vulgar words.
A CHARITY that helps disadvantaged adults get their voices heard is appealing for more trustees and volunteers to join them.
A SEVERE weather warning for rain has been issued for Oxfordshire.
JOE Rothwell is hoping a man-of-the-match performance on his first start for Oxford United has given head coach Michael Appleton a headache.
A PHYSIO whizz who nurtures heart surgery patients to health will run a half marathon in their honour.
FRUSTRATED NHS workers will march through Oxford to demand that affordable housing is provided in the city.
ROADWORKS on one of Oxford's narrowest roads will make life even more difficult for drivers for more than a month.
Traffic is extremely heavy on the A34 following a car fire earlier today.
CHRIS Maguire admits he was stunned to find out his goal celebration last weekend had made waves across the world.
A NEW 'veg-centric' restaurant in East Oxford has shaken off its predecessor's low hygiene score with a five-star rating.
COMMUNITY groups could benefit from a cash boost worth tens of thousands of pounds.
ANOTHER problem with bin collections is having a knock-on effect across the whole of West Oxfordshire, the district council has said.
OXFORD'S unique disability advocacy group My Life My Choice will hold its annual general meeting on Tuesday, November 1, at West Oxford Community Centre.
SCIENTISTS who have created manmade stars will lead a tour of their labs near Abingdon.
MIDWIVES at the Horton General Hospital broke their silence last night with an impassioned plea to preserve the maternity unit.
ADVENTURERS will embrace the outdoors in Frilford woodland.
A NEW outreach service for Chipping Norton has been launched by Citizens Advice West Oxfordshire.
RESIDENTS who took part in a princely picnic in Drayton helped to raise more than £200 for their village green.
WITH all due respect to the sides Oxford United have faced in Sky Bet League One, Bramall Lane is where their promotion will really hit home.
A WEST Oxfordshire man has called on people to help him raise money for victims of the Italian earthquake.
Fire engines and police tore through Banbury to the iconic Mondelez factory this morning after a fire broke out.
A CHILDMINDER has been ranked good by Ofsted after making improvements following an early rating of requires improvement.
LITTLEMORE's coffee shop will return on Saturday for another morning of socialising.
A COMMUNITY cafe in Kennington will welcome back coffee lovers for cake and conversation.
DAVID Cameron has been named the 'most impressive' parliamentarian of the year by fellow MPs.
MEMBERS of the Littlemore Local History Society will hold a reminiscence session at the group's next meeting.
VILLAGERS can learn how to use a new life-saving public defibrillator at a training session.
GRANTS up to £5,000 are available for building projects in Oxfordshire that "enhance the built environment for community benefit".
A FORMER scriptwriter best-known for penning comedy shows including The Vicar of Dibley will talk in Kennington.
EAST Oxford Farmers' Market is looking for more volunteers.
THE FUTURE of community energy projects will be explored in a one-day conference in Oxford on Saturday, September 3.
SHOPPERS in Wallingford have been thanked after they donated £530.92 to the Salvation Army on a "flag day" collection.
CHRIS Wilder says there is no hiding place for his Sheffield United players ahead of a “massive” game at home to Oxford United tomorrow.
OXFORD United are aiming to have a new scoreboard up and running “very soon”.
OXFORD United are considering whether to recall Jack Stevens from Oxford City next week to cover Benji Buchel’s international call-up.
A MAN killed when his car burst into flames in Cowley died from soot inhalation, an inquest heard.
MILES Welch-Hayes says his debut will give all Oxford United’s emerging talent a massive lift.
SCOTT Davies is confident Oxford City can put together a run to push them up the Vanarama National League South table, starting tomorrow away to Chelmsford City.
SKIPPER Will Eason is backing title-chasing Horspath to secure promotion without overseas star Rameez Raja.
JORDAN Graham has signed for Didcot Town on a month-long youth loan from Oxford United ahead of the Railwaymen’s Division 1 South & West home clash with Larkhall Athletic.
OXFORDSHIRE Health & Racquets Club clinched the coveted 1930s Silver Rose Bowl after beating Cholsey 6-2 to be crowned Mixed Division 1 champions.
CARTERTON have asked the Uhlsport Hellenic League for time to recruit a new squad and management team following the postponement of their last two fixtures.
In the latest column written by Oxford United fans, for the fans, OxVox Vice Chairman SIMON BRADBURY discusses how one conversation gave birth to a fantastic idea