Two hospitality venues have received their latest food hygiene ratings.

And both achieved a score of four which means they have good hygiene standards, the Food Standards Agency’s website shows.

The Plough Inn at Alvescot near Bampton was assessed on October 25.

The village pub has been refurbished since being taken over by chef Paul Layton and his partner Monica at the start of the year.

And Humble Bumble Cafè at The Pavilion, Station Road, Brize Norton, was also given a score of four on October 25.

The small community-focused café, which in summer has tables on the terrace overlooking Brize Norton Recreation Ground, is highly praised by customers on Trip Advisor for its "absolutely amazing afternoon tea" and "the best breakfast".