Your weekly round-up of local news for 24 – 30 April.
As of last Wednesday (27 April) and until 22 May, heatpipe works mean the 700 buses won’t be able to serve some of the stops on the Churchill Hospital site.
All my posts about the project are under the ‘Energy Project’ tab in the main menu, and there’s a page of links and contact details here.
Labour MEP for the South-East @AnnelieseDodds, who lives in Rose Hill, has been selected as Labour candidate for Oxford East after @AndrewSmithMP stood down. Here is her statement to Labour supporters.
A burst water main at the junction of Marston Road and Crotch Crescent on Monday was “more complex” than Thames Water originally thought. Service had been restored by early evening.
Leaflets promoting a ‘Yes’ vote for the @HeadingtonPlan on Thursday have been delivered throughout Headington.
The Iris Project, who run the Classics centre at Cheney School, has opened an in-school museum. It’s called the Rumble Museum @Rumblemuseum, named after Jamie Rumble. Their facebook page tells you more about it and there’s more in the Oxford Times.
Active posts on the Headington & Marston e-democracy forum this week:
- Headington Plan – what’s next?