Burglars steal jewellery

The Oxford Times: Thames Valley Police logo

7:50am Tuesday 16th September 2014

JEWELLERY was stolen in a burglary on Friday.

The many remember how much is owed to The Few

The Oxford Times:

8:00am Monday 15th September 2014

THE Battle of Britain’s 74th anniversary was commemorated across Oxfordshire yesterday with parades and church services.

Antiques day adds value to family charity funds

The Oxford Times:

7:30am Monday 15th September 2014

ABINGDON’S historic Guildhall hosted an Antiques Roadshow style event in aid of charity.

Jewellery taken in Wootton burglary

The Oxford Times: Thames Valley Police logo

5:32pm Sunday 14th September 2014

Jewellery was stolen in a burglary on Friday.

School's doing well in any language

The Oxford Times:

10:00am Saturday 13th September 2014

OXFORDSHIRE’S first free school is doing “très bien!” after receiving the results of its first inspection.

Lib Dems hold seat in council by-election

The Oxford Times: vale of white horse logo

8:40am Saturday 13th September 2014

THE Lib Dems held their seat in the Abingdon Dunmore ward in Thursday’s Vale of White Horse District Council by-election.

Child sex abuser not left on own

The Oxford Times:

6:40am Saturday 13th September 2014

A PARISH priest last night said a man jailed for abusing girls in the 1970s had not been left unsupervised with children when he helped out at her church.

Campaign to back better breast care

The Oxford Times:

9:00pm Friday 12th September 2014

THESE lingerie ladies won’t be lingering when they walk a half marathon to fight breast cancer on Sunday.

Traffic delayed after motorbike crash on A34

The Oxford Times: A34 traffic alert

5:23pm Friday 12th September 2014

A LANE on the A34 was closed after a motorbike crash near Abingdon. .

Woman to appear in court accused on damaging fingerprint machine at Abingdon police station

The Oxford Times: Thames Valley Police logo

3:37pm Friday 12th September 2014

A 21-year-old woman has been charged with damaging police property and carrying a knife in public.

Lib Dems hold their seat in Dunmore by-election

The Oxford Times: BREAKING: Tories retain control of Hillingdon despite losing five seats to Labour

9:24am Friday 12th September 2014

THE Lib Dems have held their seat in the Abingdon Dunmore by-election.

Assault inquiry goes on

The Oxford Times: Thames Valley Police logo

7:00am Friday 12th September 2014

A 16-year-old boy has been rebailed by police investigating an assault outside a branch of McDonald’s.

Officers honoured for their actions in the line of duty

The Oxford Times:

5:00am Friday 12th September 2014

POLICE officers who put their lives on the thin blue line have been recognised in a special ceremony.

Cabin catches fire at county council highway depot

The Oxford Times: Fire engine Oxfordshire

8:25pm Thursday 11th September 2014

TWO fire crews were called out to a blaze at an Oxfordshire County Council depot in Drayton.

Wenda cracks the secret of a long life

The Oxford Times:

12:00pm Thursday 11th September 2014

SHE worked with Alan Turing at Bletchley Park, visited Russia under the Iron Curtain and narrowly escaped arrest in France at the outbreak of the Second World War.

Builder wins legal challenge in battle over Abingdon road crossings

The Oxford Times:

12:00pm Thursday 11th September 2014

PLANS for two “dangerous” pedestrian crossings in Abingdon are back on the table after a council failed to explain why it refused them.

Bloomin’ sunflowers are turning heads

The Oxford Times:

8:30am Thursday 11th September 2014

RETIRED Telecoms engineer Chris Haynes has been turning heads with his new sunflower.

Battle of Britain Hurricane may fetch £2.5m

The Oxford Times:

7:00am Thursday 11th September 2014

RETIRED businessman Peter Vacher says it is “painful” for him to discuss selling the only surviving airworthy Battle of Britain Hurricane, even though it could fetch £2.5m.

Lone protester objects to naming housing estate after wartime PM

The Oxford Times:

3:00pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

A NEW estate in Sutton Courtenay is to be named after the Prime Minister who led the nation into the First World War, despite a one-woman protest against it.

Drayton jogger rape prompts extra police presence

The Oxford Times: Thames Valley Police logo

8:40am Wednesday 10th September 2014

Extra police officers have been drafted into the Drayton area after a jogger was raped on a bridleway off the A34 last week.

Sex abuser given 14 years in prison

The Oxford Times:

6:30am Wednesday 10th September 2014

A FORMER Sunday school teacher has been jailed for 14 years for sexually abusing two girls.

Crash duo to hospital

The Oxford Times: Thames Valley Police logo

8:30am Tuesday 9th September 2014

Two people were taken to hospital following a two-vehicle crash in Copenhagen Drive yesterday.

Red Cross volunteers celebrate 15 years

The Oxford Times:

5:30am Tuesday 9th September 2014

THREE years ago the Steinsberg family had to watch their 16th century thatched home burn to the ground.

One month on, villagers ask ‘when will we get our phone signal back?’

The Oxford Times:

5:00am Tuesday 9th September 2014

VILLAGERS have hit out at telecoms giant Vodafone for leaving them without a phone signal for nearly a month.

Two taken to hospital after collision in Abingdon

The Oxford Times: Ambulance stock image

4:56pm Monday 8th September 2014

Two people have been taken to hospital following a two vehicle road traffic collision in Copenhagen Drive, Abingdon, at about 3.45pm.

Dragon Boats are a roaring success drumming up charity cash once again

The Oxford Times:

10:50am Monday 8th September 2014

HUNDREDS of people gathered to watch as some unusual creatures took to the river Thames in Abingdon yesterday.

Parents told about flasher near school

The Oxford Times: Thames Valley Police logo

7:00am Monday 8th September 2014

Parents at a primary school have been warned about a flasher who exposed himself in nearby woods.

Fundraiser’s aiming for peak fitness before mountain test

The Oxford Times:

5:00am Monday 8th September 2014

AT 68, Ron Skinner has never climbed a mountain before.

Frankie's in the doghouse about five-county walkabout

The Oxford Times:

8:30am Saturday 6th September 2014

A DOG owner went online to follow the trail of his runaway hound.

Cat-loving MP backs calls for kitten sale curb

The Oxford Times: Nicola Blackwood

5:30pm Saturday 6th September 2014

Cat-loving MP Nicola Blackwood backed tougher restrictions on the sale of puppies and kittens in a debate in the Commons.

DRAYTON RAPE: Police launch manhunt for attacker

The Oxford Times:

9:00am Saturday 6th September 2014

POLICE launched a manhunt yesterday after a woman was raped while she was out jogging.

Diner couple blame taxman as staff don't get their pay

The Oxford Times:

8:00am Saturday 6th September 2014

A COUPLE trying to open two restaurants at once have spoken of a “horrendous” fortnight waiting for a £49,000 tax rebate.

Parents relive Skye’s birth at his burial

The Oxford Times:

6:30am Saturday 6th September 2014

SKYE Hall’s parents, Andrew and Sally, buried the five-year-old in a private ceremony yesterday in the cemetery of St Martin’s Church, Bladon, where he had been christened.

Wood recycler in root-and-branch stock clearout

The Oxford Times:

5:20am Saturday 6th September 2014

MORE than 20 tonnes of recycled wood will be on sale this month as a Milton Park social enterprise relocates.

Woman pulled to the ground and raped while jogging in Drayton

The Oxford Times: Thames Valley Police logo

12:06pm Friday 5th September 2014

A WOMAN has been pulled to the ground and raped on a bridleway in Drayton. 

Revamp for zero-rated pub

The Oxford Times:

10:00am Friday 5th September 2014

A PUB has been given a revamp after being given the worst possible food hygiene rating in a recent inspection.

War hero honoured by Churchill died after fall

The Oxford Times: Inquest: Beaconsfield biker in fatal crash under influence of drugs

8:30am Friday 5th September 2014

A WAR hero died from a head injury after falling outside his home in Wootton, near Abingdon, an inquest heard yesterday.

Lecture to focus on WWII Memorial Flight

The Oxford Times: CHOCKS AWAY: The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, which includes a Spitfire, Hurricane and Lancaster bomber, at Sunderland International Airshow last year

7:40am Friday 5th September 2014


Mourners gather to say last goodbye to Skye

The Oxford Times:

6:30am Friday 5th September 2014

MOURNERS said a final farewell to Skye Hall yesterday at the funeral for the five-year-old.

Commercial Feature: Join the World's Biggest Coffee Morning with Macmillan

The Oxford Times: World's Biggest Coffee Morning

4:00pm Thursday 4th September 2014

Join people in your area for the Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 26th September – all in the name of Macmillan Cancer Support. 

Update: Missing woman Laura Robey found safe

The Oxford Times:

4:45pm Sunday 31st August 2014

A MISSING woman from Stanford in the Vale was found safe last night, police have said.

Dozens of jobs in store as bargain business expands

The Oxford Times:

12:00pm Wednesday 3rd September 2014

UP TO 150 jobs are being created as two new bargain stores open in Didcot and Abingdon.

Update: Driver hurt in crash outside pub

The Oxford Times: a420 alert

9:52am Wednesday 3rd September 2014

A MAN in his sixties was taken to hospital this morning after a two-collision near Abingdon.

It's a bit of a squash

The Oxford Times:

8:30am Wednesday 3rd September 2014

Pumpkins are beginning to crop up ahead of the Halloween harvest later this year.

Funeral date for Skye

The Oxford Times:

8:30am Wednesday 3rd September 2014

The funeral for Skye Hall, who died last week after fighting a brain tumour for a year, will be held tomorrow.

Missing woman hunt moves to Wales

7:00am Wednesday 3rd September 2014

Police are looking for a 34-year-old woman who went missing from her home in Stanford in the Vale

Teen tells court he regrets church theft attempt

The Oxford Times: oxford magistrates court

7:00am Wednesday 3rd September 2014

A TEENAGER who admitted trying to steal lead from an Oxfordshire church roof has told a court he regrets it.

Inspectors give day nursery a rating of ‘good’

The Oxford Times: Ofsted logo

6:00am Wednesday 3rd September 2014

IN Monday’s, Oxford Mail we reported that Abingdon’s Tiny Toes Day Nursery had been rated as requiring improvement by Ofsted.

Farewell to Abingdon boy Skye Hall, who lived his short life to full

The Oxford Times:

9:00am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

IN the final hours of his life, brave youngster Skye Hall showed incredible strength and told people to remember to make the most of what they have.

Scheme helps Abingdon elderly make friends

The Oxford Times:

7:30am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

IT’S not just the residents of Ramsay Street who need good neighbours.

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