Vale4Business is a collaborative partnership that brings together the region’s key business and civic leaders launched on 17 June 2013.  It aims to provide the strategic leadership, vision and knowledge needed to support long terms economic growth by removing barriers to expansion, securing inward investment, improving infrastructure and promoting the Vale as an attractive place to live and work.

Led by business for business, it provides members with the opportunity to influence and work with the Vale of White Horse District Council.

Join Vale4Business today and play a key part in the Vale’s future business success by visiting the website


Huge government investment in infrastructure in southern Oxfordshire

The government has announced significant investment in transport infrastructure for southern Oxfordshire in the Spring Statement.  South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse District Council have welcomed the money that will make a significant difference to the two districts.

South and Vale business awards launch

Business owners, managers, leaders and entrepreneurs are invited to attend the launch of the South and Vale business awards taking place at Cornerstone in Didcot. 

Vale4Business Awards 2018 - Winners Announced

Oxford Space Systems and CIS Ltd. were the big winners at this year’s Vale4Business Awards - both scooping two awards each during an exciting evening at Williams F1 Conference Centre in Grove. 

Superfast broadband project almost completed

Nearly all households and businesses in the Vale of White Horse can now access superfast broadband, according to new figures announced by the Better Broadband for Oxfordshire partnership.

Pop-up community job fair comes to Abingdon

Hundreds of local jobs, education and training opportunities will be available at a pop-up community Job Fair in Abingdon on 26 April – open to everyone to attend.

The free community Job Fair is making its debut in the former Adult Day Centre, in Broad Street from 10am – 2pm. 

Latest news hitting your doorstep

Conservative councillors, activists and volunteers across the Vale are beginning to deliver the latest newsletter through residents' letterboxes.