Your weekly round-up of local news for 11 – 17 September.
@Cheney_School joined twitter.
Both Anneliese Dodds (Lab, Oxford East) and Layla Moran (LibDem, Oxford West & Abingdon) voted against the second reading of the EU Withdrawal Bill on Monday night.
The largest piece of public art in Headington, “Origin” by Julian Wilde, has been shortlisted for an award for “excellence in public sculpture”. It is installed on the Old Road Campus.
I’m thrilled to announce that my sculpture ‘Origin’ has been shortlisted for the Marsh Award for excellence in public sculpture. pic.twitter.com/vppEPvMoTK
— julian wild (@jrewild) September 15, 2017
A flyer from a local artist and writer, Michael Plockley, came through my letterbox advertising his portrait service. His website pockley.blogspot.co.uk/ shows he also paints landscapes.
Despite local concerns, @Oxford_Brookes arrivals weekend at Beech House seemed to go fairly smoothly. @Unite_Student had marshals on duty to help direct the parking.
My favourite Headington-related tweet:
In Headington, there’s a Greek restaurant opening, apparently to be called ‘Greek Restaurant’. #logic
— Anton Bitel (@AntBit) September 11, 2017
Active posts on the Headington & Marston e-democracy forum this week:
- Frontier Estates Multiple Site London Road / Barton Road
- Walkers in downhill cycle lane – Headington Hill