Church appeals for help deciphering monument inscriptions

9:00pm Saturday 24th May 2014

St Helen’s Church, Dry Sandford, near Abingdon, is looking for volunteers to help record its churchyard monument inscription.

The church is participating in Cherishing Churchyard Week and will hold the recording day on Saturday, June 14.

Local historians have already been invited to help decipher centuries-old carvings.

Find out more at caringforgodsacre.org.uk

Rape victim will conquer fear of heights to help support centre

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Tuesday 1st September 2015

A WOMAN who was attacked and raped while out jogging is preparing for a tough challenge – raising cash for the centre that helped to rebuild her life.

Motorcyclist injured in crash with van on B4425 near Upton

Oxford Mail: Ambulance stock image

10:25am Tuesday 1st September 2015

A TEENAGE motorcyclist was taken to hospital after being involved in a crash with a van.

Gutsy granny takes the plunge to net £15k to help sick children

Oxford Mail:

9:00am Tuesday 1st September 2015

A DAREDEVIL granny has jumped from a plane to raise more than £15,000 to help sick children.

New Arabic school aims to be ‘the top’ educator of its kind

Oxford Mail:

8:00am Tuesday 1st September 2015

A NEW Arabic school set to bring youngsters of all faiths together is aiming to be the top Sunday school of its kind in the country.

Listen up: Community centre protesters march to be heard

Oxford Mail:

7:00am Tuesday 1st September 2015

AT LEAST 40 people marched through the rain on Bank Holiday Monday to protest against Oxford City Council’s plans to take over the running of East Oxford Community Centre.

Drones flight instructor finds his new business is taking off

Oxford Mail:

6:30am Tuesday 1st September 2015

BUSINESS is on the rise for a former helicopter pilot instructor whose company teaches people how to fly drones safely.

Charity appeals for volunteers to assist with assessment of river water quality

Oxford Mail:

6:00am Tuesday 1st September 2015

WILD Oxfordshire is heading a campaign to collect 1,000 water samples from the Thames River Basin to help protect water quality.

It's the smart way to travel

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Monday 31st August 2015

A VAST digital network linking Oxford’s roads, streetlights, shops and car parks could transform city life, a UK internet chief said.

Union strike spells further disruption for rail passengers

Oxford Mail:

8:20am Monday 31st August 2015

A STRIKE will continue to disrupt train services in Oxfordshire today.

Anger erupts at treatment over boy’s bus trip to school

Oxford Mail:

8:00am Monday 31st August 2015

A FAMILY was left outraged after an 11-year-old boy was told he would have to travel alone in a car driven by a bus driver for part of his journey to school.

Demand for organ donation now higher than ever before

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Saturday 29th August 2015

A TOP transplant surgeon has backed the Oxford Mail organ donation campaign saying more donors are needed than ever before.

Police believe rapist may have fled country using a second passport

Oxford Mail:

9:00am Saturday 29th August 2015

A RAPIST who disappeared before his trial to escape justice is believed to have had a second passport he could have used to flee the country.

Tributes to ‘forthright, caring and exceptional’ former Lord Mayor

Oxford Mail:

8:00am Saturday 29th August 2015

MOVING tributes were paid to Carole Roberts yesterday at the former Lord Mayor of Oxford’s funeral.

Seven men charged with sex offences dating back to the 1990s

Oxford Mail: OM Crown

7:00am Saturday 29th August 2015

Seven men have appeared in court accused of a catalogue of sex offences.

 

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