Toddler found wandering Blackbird Leys street alone

Toddler found wandering Blackbird Leys street alone

Toddler found wandering Blackbird Leys street alone

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A TODDLER has been found alone in a Blackbird Leys street this morning.

Police officers have been knocking on doors trying to trace the young boy’s parents this morning, following the call to Sorrel Road shortly after 8am.

Thames Valley Police spokesman Chris Kearney said the boy was thought to be aged two or under.

7am update: Oxfordshire might see snow late Boxing Day night

Oxford Mail: Snow on a branch.

6:26pm Thursday 25th December 2014

SNOW could fall in Oxfordshire on Boxing Day or in the early hours of the 27th, the Met Office is forecasting.

Update: Traffic busy on all approaches to Bicester Village

Oxford Mail:

8:36am Friday 26th December 2014

TRAFFIC is still heavy on all approaches to Bicester Village as shoppers head to the retail outlet for Boxing Day.

Christmas baby joy for couples

Oxford Mail:

12:48pm Thursday 25th December 2014

THERE will be more than a few surprise Christmas gifts received in Oxfordshire this morning, but two families are celebrating very special (little) ones.

County's £87m pot to fix up potholes will see work through to 2021

Oxford Mail:

9:00am Wednesday 24th December 2014

A WINDFALL of more than £87m will be spent on fixing potholes across Oxfordshire from next year.

Children's presents stolen in Christmas Eve burglary in Didcot

Oxford Mail: Thames Valley Police logo

8:39pm Wednesday 24th December 2014

A FAMILY were left without Christmas gifts today, after burglars broke into their home and stole them, police said. 

Is that bright light in the sky tonight Santa?

Oxford Mail: Look out for Santa Claus this Christmas Eve.

11:23am Wednesday 24th December 2014

YOUNGSTERS looking up in wonderment on Christmas Eve might just be able to catch a glimpse of what they think is Santa and his reindeer tonight.

What brilliant picture is in our Oxford Mail Advent Calendar today?

Oxford Mail:

6:00am Tuesday 9th December 2014

December is Advent Calendar time and we have a special new interactive graphic for you each and every day until Christmas Eve. I've chosen the best 24 pictures of 2014 and I'll be unveiling one a day - so what is behind's today's door?

Holmes-Dennis's loan deal with Oxford United extended until end of the season

Oxford Mail:

9:00am Wednesday 24th December 2014

Oxford United have received an early Christmas present after securing Tareiq Holmes-Dennis on loan for the rest of the season.

Flooded residents feel pain of a Christmas spent apart

Oxford Mail:

8:00am Wednesday 24th December 2014

A COMMUNITY traumatised after a flood hit their street and damaged their homes will be spending Christmas apart this year.

Oxford Stadium decision due

Oxford Mail: The greyhound and speedway track at Oxford Stadium

7:40am Wednesday 24th December 2014

A court decision on whether Oxford Stadium can be flattened for homes is now expected next month.

Westgate shoppers should use temporary car park if demand is high

Oxford Mail: Westgate Centre oxford

7:10am Wednesday 24th December 2014

SHOPPERS have been urged to use a temporary car park if Oxford’s Westgate centre fills up today after high demand yesterday.

Rail works to hit Christmas trains

Oxford Mail: ON TRACK: Future of region's rail network under discussion

6:00am Wednesday 24th December 2014

Rail passengers will be affected over the Christmas period by major improvement works in Reading and Slough.

Frontline kickabout with Oxford ball?

Oxford Mail:

6:00am Wednesday 24th December 2014

A HUNDRED years ago, as soldiers spent Christmas on the Western Front, one householders moved to spread from Christmas cheer to troops.

‘Fight not over’ as pools shut down

Oxford Mail: Bob Price

6:00am Wednesday 24th December 2014

CAMPAIGNERS vowed to fight to re-open Temple Cowley Pools (TCP) after the leisure centre closed its doors for the last time yesterday.

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