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Didcot

The demolition of Didcot ‘A’ Power Station back in July 2014

Former site of power station considered as new council HQ

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Jaroswaw Zaczek, 14, with Prof Brian Cox and fellow students at UTC Oxfordshire

Pupils are inspired by visit from star physicist Brian Cox

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PICTURE BY Simon Williams.CATCHLINE Allotments protest .LENGTH Lead ?.DATE 19/01/16.BOOKED BY Andy Ffrench.CONTACT Eileen Bracken 07775 185322/01235 510095.LOCATION Fleet Meadow Hall, Didcot.Allotment owner Eileen Bracken from New Road Allotments in Didco

Budding campaigner leading the battle to save allotments

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Judge Zoe Smith

Thugs jailed after ‘gratuitous’ unprovoked attack on cyclist in Didcot

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Dunkirk veteran Bob Halliday, 96, was delighted to receive a Legion D’Honneur medal

‘Proud’ Didcot D-Day veteran gets French medal of honour

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St Birinus headteacher John Marston with pupils, from left, Toby Cheshire, 12, Callum Crossley, 11, and Ollie Ripley, 17

New head pledges first class education and top rating for school

Man accused of rape ‘smirked, laughed and joked’ during attack, court hears

Man accused of rape ‘smirked, laughed and joked’ during attack, court hears

Hannah Ensor, 33, has been chosen by the Shaw Trust as one of 100 most influential people with a disability or impairment

Feature: Disabled woman with upbeat outlook makes it onto list of influential people

Weightlifting coach Philip Karlson teaches Elliott Tappin at St Birinus School in Didcot

Weightlifting coach picks up coveted national award

Jenny Wilson and other residents

New bus route to Didcot's revamped shopping centre looks set to get go-ahead

Leader of Didcot drugs ring that peddled cocaine, MDMA and cannabis jailed for 17 years

Violent leader of drug ring and his gang jailed for a total of 92 years

Welcome move: Didcot councillor Margaret Davies

Long-awaited relief road in Didcot may begin construction next year

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Star turn: Pupils at Didcot’s Bernadine Soul School of Dance have won a place to perform at Disneyland Paris later this year

Didcot dance school girls get set to take centre stage in Paris

Terry Monk, 74, from Kennington, stands next to the engine, Burton Agnes Hall, which he was the fireman on 50 years ago

Train lovers gather at Didcot station to mark end of steam's 50th anniversary

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Cathy Walters with Lyndon-Rhys, who was given a one per cent chance of survival after being born two months early

Best Christmas ever thanks to 'little miracle' son

Police said the burglaries and theft were from vehicles and homes in Blewbury, about three miles south of Didcot.

Series of burglaries prompts appeal for information

Sir Topham Hatt, The Fat Controller, makes sure Thomas is running on time at Didcot Railway Centre with children, left to right, Nicole Wade, seven, Heidi Petros, six, and Luke Wade, three

Youngsters take a festive trip with Thomas the Tank Engine

Headway chief executive Jamie Miller, left, with Andrew Baker and his petition

Brain-damaged man petitions to save the Headway branch that helped him

Visionary: Headteacher Rachael Warwick pictured with some of her charges at Didcot Girls’ School, which has been rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted

‘Outstanding’ praise for improved school in Didcot

Man killed by train at Cholsey yesterday was from Didcot

Man killed by train at Cholsey yesterday was from Didcot

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Man allegedly chewed ear of victim in Didcot bar brawl

Man cleared of unlawful wounding in Didcot pub brawl

Firefighters rescued the girl from the vending machine at Didcot Wave

Nine-year-old girl rescued from vending machine after getting her leg stuck

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Campaign: Lucy Ross, 11, with dad Ian and brother Jamie, seven, at the A417 in Upton

Didcot pupil campaigns for new crossing to help get her classmates to school

Delays after person hit by train at Didcot Parkway

Woman dies after being hit by freight train at Didcot Parkway

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Sparring session: Dr Andrew Molodynski in the ring

Doctor psyches himself up to fight for mental health charity

Stan Cox, 91, with the Legion D’Honneur medal, the highest decoration in France

71 years after D-Day, France awards its top honour to Stan

Plans: An artist’s impression of the extension to the Orchard Centre in Didcot

Orchard Centre ‘will miss Christmas 2016’

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Streets ahead: Christmas Street Fair committee member Michelle Jefferies and organiser Jeanette Howse

Thousands take to the streets for Yuletide fun

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Creative: From left, Heather Richardson and Eileen Bracken at the watercolour workshop

Brushing up on a colourful technique at Cornerstone Arts Centre

In the bag: Chamber of Commerce committee members Amanda Green, James Hart and Samantha Hall with their new ‘Didcot bags’

Bagging up funds to go back into the community

Secret Santa teen in running for a prize

Secret Santa teen in running for a prize

Picture courtesy of Oxfordshire Fire & Rescue Service

VIDEO: Mother's tears after tree falls on her house and crushes her car in Storm Barney

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CCTV footage released after Didcot burglary

CCTV footage released after Didcot burglary

Never forgotten: A prayer space is being set up at All Saints Primary School

Prayer space for reflection

Treat: Salon chief Charlotte Falkenau with pre-school assistant Sam Coutts and deputy manager Jayne Vaisey

Ofsted pre-school stars get some pampering

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Didcot man avoids jail after pleading guilty to criminal damage in row over cleaning his room

Police search of Abingdon's Boxhill Park yet to uncover evidence in Kerry Reeves murder investigation

KERRY REEVES SHOOTING LATEST: Police will continue to guard scene in Thornhill Walk this weekend as investigation goes on

Digging deep: Axel Macdonald

Allotment sites in Didcot could be sold off to ‘bring in a fortune’

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Woman who was stabbed with screwdriver speaks out

Woman who was stabbed with screwdriver speaks out

Woman treated for puncture wound to her stomach after finding a man in her shed

Woman treated for puncture wound to her stomach after finding a man in her shed

Cabbie wants to reunite bag of baby clothes with owner after they left it in the back of his taxi for train to Didcot

Cabbie wants to reunite bag of baby clothes with owner after they left it in the back of his taxi for train to Didcot

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Update: Children's bonfire Guys, one wearing a Bruce Forsyth mask, stolen in Long Wittenham

Update: Children's bonfire Guy Fawkes minions, one wearing a Bruce Forsyth mask, stolen in Long Wittenham

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Sarah Outen (right) pictured with her fiancee Lucy Allen (left). Copyright: Jim Shannon.

Oxfordshire adventurer Sarah Outen finishes 25,000-mile odyssey in London

Broken down train causing delays at Didcot Parkway towards Reading

Broken down train causing delays at Didcot Parkway towards Reading

Fancy a cuppa? Volunteers, from left, Ian Pickering, Geoffrey Maunder and Julie Johnston with Claire Hann

Residents brew up community spirit at new cafe

Grand designs: Lucy Hann blends into the background of an illustration of the playground she would like near her home, watched by her dad Andrew. Lucy used cut-outs to illustrate her design

Youngsters draw up play park blueprints

Visit: From left principal Owain Johns, vice principal Sue Lea, Elliot Harvey, Charis Sung, Lord Baker, Jack Evans and Lee Nicholls, executive director of Activate Enterprise

Lord lauds new technical college’s pupils

Optimistic: South Oxfordshire District Council leader John Cotton

£12m relief road considered to ‘ease roundabout traffic’

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Care agency is told it needs to improve

Care agency is told it needs to improve

Flooded: The burst pipe at West Hagbourne

Burst water main forces road to be closed

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