Anti-Brexit protests will be staged today in Cornmarket Street and at Templar's Square.

Members of the Oxford for Europe group will be campaigning at both locations from 11am to 1pm for a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal.

The group wants to stop Brexit and support the recently-launched national campaign for an option to remain in the EU.


Anyone looking to try something new for the new year might be interested in a life drawing class being held near Oxford today.

Appleford Village Hall is hosting the arty session from 10am to midday.

Entry costs £8 and all abilities are welcome.


Another 135 parking spaces at Oxpens car park are set to close today.

Oxford City Council is gradually closing the car park prior to a major redevelopment of the site in partnership with Nuffield College.

The remaining 179 spaces will remain open for the time being.

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Oxfordshire County Council admissions for infant and primary school places closes today, after opening in October.

Children born between September 1, 2014, and August 31, 2015, need to apply. Allocations will be in April.


Plans to demolish the former Rose Hill Community Centre and replace it with flats are due to be decided today.

Oxford City Council's east area planning committee will examine the scheme at Oxford Town Hall from 6pm. Members of public are welcome to attend.


Climate change activists from Australia will today try to persuade Oxford City Council to declare a state of 'climate emergency'.

Adrian Whitehead and Bryony Edwards co-founders of Community Action in the Climate Emergency will make their case at Oxford Town Hall from 7pm.


West Oxfordshire District Council's consultation on its next budget closes today at 5pm.