Here is my round-up of local news for the week 14 – 20 November —
Agents Breckon & Breckon officially opened their new Headington lettings office and are on twitter as @Breckonlettings.
Private healthcare provider Nuffield Health is taking over the BMI Oxford Clinic, moving from Windmill Rd to Manor Hospital.
The Big Bang Pop-up Saucissonerie at Brookes’ Restaurant lived up to its description and closed after a brief lifespan of only two weeks.
A suggestion to relieve traffic congestion in Headley Way by building a £33m tunnel connecting the JR Hospital (and possibly Ruskin Fields) to the Highfield area of Headington was dismissed as impractical by, well, almost everybody.
The Lime Walk/All Saints Road junction is closed until 25 November.
There was a robbery at the Stan James betting shop on the Roundway on Tuesday evening. @TVP_Oxford are appealing for witnesses.
Two people were arrested after a stabbing at a property in Valentia Road on Friday.
Barton-based @EshaMessyJam who runs the MessyJam dance school in Blackbird Leys with young people from Blackbird Leys and Barton is hoping to raise £5000 so the dancers can take part in an international dance competition in France next year.
Active topics on the Headington & Marston e-democracy forum this week:
- Old Road Campus and Park Hospital
- Thornhill Park and Ride….again
- Mac & McKay Flowershop
- Ruskin Fields