Your weekly round-up of local news for 18 – 24 December.
Bins will be collected one day later than normal this week, back to normal next week.
For food shop opening times over Christmas and New Year and other useful seasonal information see headington.org.uk.
The cut-through to the JR from the private road off Sandfield Road will be closed for the day on 1 January (6.00am on the day to 6.00am on the 2nd.).
The story about the Shark possibly getting listed status hit the national media. It was featured on ITV News, and has been picked up by some national dailies.
Headington Shark now featured in the Daily Mail https://t.co/ycvST9fZ13
— Headington News (@HeadingtonNews) December 19, 2017
Parts of OX3, particularly Risinghurst, were out of water on Tuesday evening. Thames Water reported the fault as fixed at 1.000am on Wednesday morning.
Cyril Beavon, ex-OUFC footballer, who lived in Northway died at the age of 80.
Congratulations to @OUH_Estates, for winning the Estates and Facilities Innovation Award at the Health Business Awards for the CHP district heating scheme. The project is set to generate savings of over £461k and 10,000 tonnes of carbon output each year. pic.twitter.com/98zonXY2XV
— Vital Energi (@VitalEnergi) December 18, 2017
The stationery shop/gallery in the old post office has closed.
There were no new posts on the Headington & Marston e-democracy forum this week.
However you celebrate this time of year and whatever you call it, have a peaceful and happy break!