Upper Heyford, England Newswire

Upper Heyford, England Newswire

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  1. Bicester student home and dry thanks to house builderRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    A STUDENT at Heyford Park Free School in Upper Heyford is being sponsored by a housebuilder for the European Cheerleading Championship in Croatia. Mione Romain, 15 and four other cheerleaders at Bicester Elite Cheer United asked for help to fundraise for the trip.

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  2. Paralympian superstar delights Oxfordshire youngstersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 23 | Oxford Times

    SHE MAY have wowed the world in the swimming pool, but that did not stop Ellie Simmonds getting nervous before meeting a group of Oxfordshire schoolchildren yesterday. But the top paralympian soon got into her stride, taking a PE lesson at Heyford Park Free School, near Bicester, and was even awarded a home-made medal from the class for her efforts.

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  3. Traffic News: Emergency services attend road closure following three vehicle crashRead the original story

    May 17, 2017 | Northampton Today

    The incident took place on the A4500 Weedon Road, westbound, between the A5076 Upton Way ring road and Saint Crispin Drive. Emergency services are currently on the scene and traffic has been affected between Upton and Upper Heyford, the AA Traffic News reports.

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  4. Cherwell looks at creating new free school to cope with number of pupilsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2017 | Banburycake.co.uk

    Andrew Creese, of Meadowbrook College, Sue Croft, Oxford Spires, Kirsten Robinson, Cherwell School, Jolie Kirby, Cheney School; front, Katherine Ryan, Matthew Arnold School, Paul James, Cherwell School headteacher, and Kate Curtis, Wheatley Park School CHERWELL School Academy Trust wants to open a brand new free school to deal with increased demand for places across the city. The Trust will apply to the Government for funding to open a new secondary free school in September 2017 which would take on 120 pupils per year.

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  5. PR firm put through their paces to raise money for children's hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2017 | Bicester Advertiser

    A TEAM of public relations staff will be tackling 10km of gruelling obstacles in this year's Rough Runner event to raise money for poorly children. Staff from PR agency CubanEight, based in Upper Heyford near Bicester, will take on the obstacle course through Chipping Norton to launch a year's worth of fundraising for Oxford Children's Hospital at the John Radcliffe Hospital .

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  6. Newest toy craze as schools ban 'fidget spinners'Read the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2017 | Oxford Mail

    A TOY designed to ease anxiety has been banned by at least one Oxfordshire school after becoming a popular kids' craze. Pupils at Heyford Park Free School near Bicester are no longer allowed to bring in 'fidget spinners', which were originally created to help people with ADHD and autism by keeping hands occupied.

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  7. New Sobell store the biggest yet as charity opens in BicesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2017 | Oxford Mail

    THE biggest Sobell House charity store hopes to create to a 'mini high street' under one roof now it is up and running in Bicester. Crowds of people marked the grand opening of the SO Bicester Superstore at the weekend including Olympic cycling gold medalist Victoria Pendleton.

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  8. Park Keepers nursery has been left with no alternative building. Picture by Richard CaveRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2017 | Oxford Mail

    Park Keepers nursery, in Upper Heyford, near Bicester, is set for demolition as part of Heyford Park's renovation plans to build up to 2,600 homes. With the doors finally set to close in July, parents are concerned at what care options there will be for children under five.

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  9. Croughton's 'Diamond' couple celebrate milestoneRead the original story

    Apr 3, 2017 | Banbury Guardian

    A couple from Croughton are celebrated a milestone of wedded bliss last Thursday as they marked 60 years of marriage. David and Celia Franklin will be surrounded by friends and family as the couple enjoy a celebratory meal in recognition of their diamond wedding anniversary.

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  10. Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Community encouraged to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2017 | Electric Energy Online

    Residents and business owners in Bicester and the surroundings areas are being encouraged to attend local community events so they can meet the Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks team behind a 24 million investment programme in their electricity network. Starting in the next few weeks and completing by late 2018, SSEN will improve the network to customers across Arncott, Bicester, Cottisford, Headington, Upper Heyford, Witney and Yarnton through the installation of a new 18km underground cable and a new electricity substation.

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  11. Children's Hospital charity CEO urges fundraisers to break 1,000-runner mark for OX5Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2017 | Oxford Mail

    WITH less than a week left to sign up for the OX5, the children's hospital charity's CEO has urged people to lace up their running shoes. More than 950 fundraisers have already registered and Douglas Graham, who joined the charity in October, has encouraged readers to break the 1,000 barrier and join him on the start line next weekend.

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  12. Dazzling dogs win puppy prizes: Oxfordshire boasts 80+ winners at Crufts 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2017 | Oxford Mail

    PAMPERED pooches getting their hair brushed for hours, being trained to let owners through doors before them and competing in special sports for dogs: to many of us, the British institution that is Crufts is a very weird world. But if it is strange one, it is a world that is in the house next-door or just down the street: this year more than 80 dog owners from Oxfordshire won places at the world's most famous canine show.

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  13. KS1/KS2 Class TeacherOxfordshireWe provide a nurturing environment...Read the original story

    Mar 16, 2017 | Times Educational Supplement

    Heyford Park Free School, for both primary and secondary students, opened in September 2013 and draws students from Upper Heyford, local villages and from Bicester. There are a lot of new houses being built locally and our numbers will grow with the new development: we currently have over 150 primary children and over 200 secondary students.

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  14. CIA against British pro-peace womenRead the original story

    Mar 3, 2017 | Dear Kitty

    SOLOMON HUGHES trawls through recently released secret CIA 'intelligence' documents which reveal how the 1980s Greenham Common peace camp terrified the US spooks In short, the CIA knew the Greenham protesters had a big effect but they also thought they were "punks and crazies" who freaked out the intelligence men. The CIA documents are generally "secret" analysis reports rather than records of actual CIA operations.

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  15. Anger over noisy car washRead the original story

    Feb 23, 2017 | Oxford Mail

    ACOUSTIC fencing will not resolve noise problems say residents in North Oxfordshire's newest village who have likened living conditions to neighbouring an airport. Glyn and Anne Dewis say they have been forced to stay at friends and hotels for a 'decent night's sleep' because of noise from an industrial car wash opposite their home at Heyford Park, near Bicester.

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  16. Young director aims to follow in his aunt's footsteps in film industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2017 | Oxford Times

    A BUDDING film director is hoping to set up his own business to follow in his aunt Vicky Jewson's footsteps. Frederick Jewson, 20, who lives close Upper Heyford near Bicester, is looking to crack the local film industry nearly a decade that his aunt got her first big break.

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  17. Young director aims to follow in his aunt's footsteps in film industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2017 | Oxford Mail

    A BUDDING film director is hoping to set up his own business to follow in his aunt Vicky Jewson's footsteps. Frederick Jewson, 20, who lives close Upper Heyford near Bicester, is looking to crack the local film industry nearly a decade that his aunt got her first big break.

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  18. Should Upper Heyford be split up into two?Read the original story

    Jan 24, 2017 | Banbury Guardian

    People living in Upper Heyford will be asked their views on whether it should be split into two new parishes. All 1,000 properties in the village will be receiving a consultation letter from Cherwell District Council, notifying people of the review.

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  19. Banbury MP seeks help to challenge travel times to John RadcliffeRead the original story

    Jan 10, 2017 | Banbury Guardian

    North Oxfordshire MP Victoria Prentis is seeking her constituents' help amid growing concerns over planned changes to Banbury's Horton Hospital. Mrs Prentis wants residents to take part in her campaign to collect information on journey times to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.

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  20. Under-threat bus route gets a new lifelineRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2016 | Witney Gazette

    THREAT bus route routinely used by hundreds of people to get to Banbury town centre has had its lifeline extended. The B1 service in the Easington area was set to be axed in the summer after Oxfordshire County Council cut its subsidies as part of A 3.7m of savings being made from bus subsidies.

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