For U10 and U15 age groups
Trials for the U14 Rep Team will be held on 30th October at Cox’s Fields, Abingdon Junior School Frilford Heath, OX13 5NX. Start time is 10.30am.
POLICE want to speak to two people after a elderly woman’s bag containing a 70-year-old brooch given to her by her late husband was stolen.
ITS VICTORIAN terraced streets were immortalised in 1987 when Inspector Morse took to our screens for the first time.
A PENSIONER has been convicted of 18 sex attacks dating back to the 1970s.
A gang of men have been jailed for a total of more than 10 years for stealing £40,000 in pound coins from gambling machines.
BICESTER: A 15-year-old is missing after leaving his home in Bicester.
It seems the world has gone mad — one of the most iconic British motoring marques has suddenly decided to make a micro-car that owes more to Dinky toys than engineering excellence.
Traditionally at this time of year, most people except teachers, vegetarians and eco-warriors (or is that worriers?) would be hanging up their cycle clips until the good weather returned, leaving only the totally committed fitness bores to get in…
AN EYNSHAM woman fearful of the flooding risks posed by a development of 100 houses has lost a High Court fight to block the plans.
Players in round one of the Five Disciplines Division 1 at Headington were left in the dark when an eager security guard turned off the lights.
THEY are often overlooked at the numerous events they attend, but St John Ambulance volunteers showed just how invaluable they are when they saved seven-year-old Ella Sharman’s finger after a fairground accident.
THE father of a girl who was injured in a fairground accident has thanked quick-thinking first aid volunteers for saving her finger.
WORKERS at helicopter manufacturer Eurocopter breathed a sigh of relief after the company’s key contract was spared the axe in the defence cuts.
Former president Alec Dent’s hopes of making Oxford University’s crew for the 2011 Xchanging Boat Race are still alive after he was named in the Dark Blues’ 27-man squad. The 21-year-old, from Bampton, resigned as president for 2010-11 when a…
Oxford United are second in League Two for their average home attendances this season.
WOUNDS to the body of Oxfordshire weapons inspector David Kelly were "typical of self-inflicted injury", according to previously secret medical documents.
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TRADE unions warned of strike action last night as anger over the impact of Government spending cuts grows among Oxford’s 50,000-strong public-sector workforce.
A RARE ray of sunshine broke through the cuts gloom yesterday when children in Barton were told an £800,000 play project for the Oxford estate will go ahead.
A FALKLANDS war hero has warned military families across Oxfordshire will suffer after Britain’s defence budget was cut by £3.6bn.
Prop Jimmy Wallbridge will captain Southern Counties North leaders Grove for tomorrow’s trip to Newbury Stags.
Bicester Town welcome back Adam Lovegrove from suspension for their Uhlsport Hellenic League Division 1 West trip to Cheltenham Saracens as they look to keep up their winning run.
Kidlington will be without Jordan Parker and Mark Flanagan when they host Highworth Town in the first round of the Bluefin Insurance Brokers Cup on Saturday (2pm).
Chinnor are taking nothing for granted as they prepare to host winless Cheltenham Tigers in National 3 South West tomorrow.
The article in Tuesday’s Oxford Mail (Cancer patients waiting too long for treatment) was brilliant.
OXFORD residents have now experienced a blue bin invasion.
Following the story in Monday’s Oxford Mail, regarding delivery of the blue wheelie bins, we decided to telephone Oxford City Council to find out why we had not received ours.
LABOUR tightened their grip on Oxford City Council last night after a landslide victory in the Barton and Sandhills by-election.
SO Pcso Natalie Thrussell thinks people need to be more tolerant (Oxford Mail, October 27)?
THE longer this coalition Government is in power, the worse things are going to get.
I AM grateful to the burglar who raided our house earlier this month, while we were on our way to a 60th birthday celebration, for not making a huge mess indoors.
I WRITE in response to the letter by George Massingham about crowd trouble at the Kassam Stadium (Oxford Mail, October 14).
OXFORD City manager Mike Ford has turned to psychology as he looks to end one of the worst runs in the Premier Division club’s 128-year history.
Leon McKenzie (pictured) struck a 21-minute hat-trick in the first half for Northampton Town last week, yet still ended on the losing side.
HIS face was like thunder – no more than was to be expected bearing in mind the Prime Minister had announced cutbacks to his beloved Royal Navy less than an hour before.
I cannot comprehend the logic attributed to Olaf Swarbrick’s belief that the White Horse at Uffington is something other than a horse (yesterday’s Insider column).
AFTER a tour of duty in Afghanistan, Army cameraman Tom Robinson is keen to get back to Bicester and play some music with his friends.
Chiltern Railways train services between Banbury and Stratford-upon-Avon will be suspended for the coming week, due to resignalling work.
PROSTITUTES are back selling sex in the heart of East Oxford after police drove them out three years ago.
IT IS no surprise to hear that prostitutes have returned to working in Cowley Road after moving their activities to Cowley.
FORMER Bee Gee Robin Gibb took a break from the world of showbusiness to tackle a council over plans for new housing.
Malcolm Crosby, assistant to boss Ian Sampson at Northampton, says he’s looking forward to coming back to Oxford United in an official capacity.
A 31-YEAR-OLD man who posed online as a teenage girl has been sentenced for child porn offences.
OXFORDSHIRE schools have seen the biggest jump in GCSE results in recent years, with a four per cent improvement on last year’s figures.
ESTHER Hyman, the sister of a woman killed in the July 7 London bombings, is determined she will bring different communities together to try to prevent another atrocity.
Manager Chris Wilder insists he will not abandon the faith he has in his younsgters.
A SEX fiend who raped a teenage girl he groomed on Facebook has failed to overturn his conviction.