Your weekly round-up of local news for 20 – 26 June.
There’s a placard in Waitrose where children between 7 and 12 years can have their photo taken to enter a competition to be a mascot for the England cricket team.
Issy wants to be a cricket mascot and loves the Headington Store…. @waitrose #TakeTheField pic.twitter.com/dlx2V7naHm
— traymca (@traymca) June 22, 2016
For reasons that are not entirely clear, Barton & Sandhills Councillor @redmikerowley was ejected from the referendum count at the Town Hall. He apologised on twitter on Sunday.
Headington & Barton’s Team Purple were June’s repeat winners in the City Council’s blue bin recycling league.
A man in his 70s was treated for smoke inhalation by paramedics before being taken to the JR after a fire broke out in Alison Clay House in Old High Street on Thursday night.
My favourite OX3-related tweet of the week:
Police helicopter from @NPAS_Benson overhead – assume they’ve tracked down the #Leave voter from Headington pic.twitter.com/DXrIHLByWe
— Leonardo Loredan (@LeonardoLoredan) June 24, 2016
Active posts on the Headington & Marston e-democracy forum this week:
- Accessible transport
- Friar site for sale
- Closure of Parking Shop
- AC Niel[s]en building and A40 surveying work