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Fire crews were called to a shed fire in Wantage yesterday.
A RETIRED goldsmith with over 60 years of experience helped jewellery enthusiasts make their own trinkets.
A FUTURISTIC sci-fi puppet series penned by Thunderbirds creator Gerry Anderson is set to come to life.
FIVE men have been sentenced after committing poaching offences in Wantage.
A two-vehicle crash has blocked the A420 in both directions near Faringdon.
“A WASTE of time” is how one resident has described a new plan to turn a former police station into a care home.
THIS satirical art show is probably “the most quirky and original” the Vale and Downland Museum in Wantage says it has had in at least 10 years.
A ROTARY club said it was disappointed its annual sponsored walk only raised about £1,500 for local and national good causes.
WANTAGE MP Ed Vaizey has been appointed as a minister of state in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
RESENTMENT: Volunteers raised cash to build charity centre they have to leave
THE leader of South Oxfordshire District Council said insurers were due to say “within days” if the burnt-out council HQ was worth saving.
A COMPANY finance boss siphoned off almost three-quarters of a million pounds from his employer into his bank accounts to fund his gambling addiction.
EVERY year Philip Wroughton and his family gather on the roadside near Wantage for a private ceremony.
OXON: Senior councillors approved £2.45m to go towards a new road at Wantage yesterday.
A FLAMING pile of manure was being battled by firefighters near Wantage tonight.
THE first floor of a building collapsed after it caught fire last night.
THREE-hundred residents gathered in Wantage market place to find out what their parliamentary candidates propose to could do about controversial unwanted housing developments...
FOR RENT: Lib Dems outraged at plan but trustees say they need the extra cash
PARENTS have called for a new pedestrian crossing for their children to walk to school safely.
TEN flats could now be built near the A34 at Botley after developers successfully appealed against a council rejection of similar plans...
A TEENAGE ice dancing couple from Oxfordshire have taken another step closer to their Olympic dream with a first European title.
CHILDREN as young as 11 will be invited to form their own town council in Wantage.
BURGLARS broke into a home in Wantage and stole a computer.
FOR a combined 200 years they have given their time to help others.
IN JANUARY last year, rugby player Ben Nicholl took two weeks off work for what he thought would be a simple operation to remove a testicular lump.
THE MAN who planned a new 30,000-home “garden city” south of Abingdon has revealed plans for a 200-home estate in Faringdon.
THIS GRASS verge at a new green housing estate has been causing a fuss among villagers.
RACING car driver Paul Rees is used to having 500 brake horsepower at his fingertips.
A BROKEN down bus has partially blocked Wallingford Street, Wantage.
MORE than 140 people have appealed against the county council’s decision over their child’s primary school place.
A RECORDING artist is reviving the youth club music sessions where she cut her teeth.
A RETAIL expert has promised to try to fill empty shops in Wallingford over the next six months.
Development: Tenants and charity face moving if housing scheme backed
THE Conservatives have dramatically strengthened their control on Vale of White Horse District Council as the Liberal Democrats suffered another miserable day.
AN AWARD-winning Wantage landlord who transformed a failing pub into the toast of the town is to leave.
Fantastic: Hundreds take part in an event which boosts fight against cancer
WILLIAMS’S chief executive officer has described last year’s financial result as a “hangover” from the company’s poor performance the previous year.
A new police area commander has been chosen for South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse.
THE candidates standing for election to Vale of White Horse District Council on Thursday, May 7
A CAR was stolen after a burglary in Wantage, police have said.
YOU may not have heard of Flyball – the team sport for dogs.
A CHARITY is leaving Didcot after 20 years as its current office is set to be demolished as part of a multi-million pound development...
A POLITICAL party caused confusion this week when it took the same name as a countryside campaign group for a council election.
AN AMATEUR sailor who battled for survival after being flung into the stormy Pacific has relived the terrifying ordeal in a new book.
Just call him the Easter Bunny. Wantage charity champion Ray Collins led a team who collected 816 Easter eggs and treats for the elderly and vulnerable across Oxfordshire.
A young girl with brain cancer brought some cheer to other young patients at Oxford Children’s Hospital with a delivery of Easter eggs.
THEY were united by a pair of socks, and they’ve been knitted together ever since.
A TWENTY-mile hike will be a walk in the park for Emma Vaughan-Jones, who is taking on her second Pink Ribbonwalk this year.
DESPITE coaching girls’ rugby for eight years, Helen Price had never actually played a match herself until this year.
A PENSIONER who challenged his speeding ticket because speed camera road markings were incorrectly spaced said he did not regret his efforts, despite still having to pay up.
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A CASH boost is set to create a classics hub so that the city’s children have better access to GCSE and A-Level Latin courses.