This edition of your round-up of local news covers 24 – 31 December.
Very little of note seems to have happened in Headington over the Christmas break, at least nothing that made the news. Carols were sung, churches held midnight Masses, turkeys and mince pies were eaten, the Boxing Day mummers in Quarry performed to big crowds. The hospitals carried on working but the road works lay silent, as did the Headington & Marston e-democracy forum.
In fact the only bit of news to surface was this announcement that Wolvercote Young People’s Club @WolvercoteYPC has been awarded £4,400 under a City Council scheme to provide youth sessions for girls and young women in Barton.
.@WolvercoteYPC was awarded £4.4k to provide youth sessions for girls/young women in Barton. Apply for funding: https://t.co/eXQu4u7VzH pic.twitter.com/lAw3qgW6cY
— Oxford City Council (@OxfordCity) December 30, 2016
For food shops open tomorrow and Monday (1 and 2 Jan) see here. Don’t forget the roadworks start again on Tuesday. Latimer Road will be closed, and Lime Walk only open one-way (northbound, i.e. Old Road to All Saints Road).
Happy New Year!