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Latest Vale news April 2018

Harwell link road officially opened

There was ‘something old and something new’ when Oxfordshire’s latest major transport improvement - the £11.65m Harwell Link Road – opened on 28 March.

Calls for great public engagement on Expressway options

Following the Government's announcement that it will accept the National Infrastructure Commission's recommendation to create a new Oxford-to-Cambridge Expressway, Highways England have taken on the task of developing the project.

Man convicted of fly-tipping

Vale of White Horse District Council has successfully prosecuted a 29-year-old man for fly-tipping and he has been ordered to pay more than £1,500.

Harwell Link Road opens

There will be ‘something old and something new’ when Oxfordshire’s latest major transport improvement - the £11.65m Harwell Link Road – opens on 28 March.

Waste collections over Easter

As with every bank holiday, our waste crews will empty your bin on a different day.  For information on your revised collection day visit the collections page on our website.

Fire and police use light touch to keep cyclists safe

Oxfordshire County Council’s Fire and Rescue Service’s Road Safety Education Team and colleagues from Thames Valley Police joined forces to raise the profile of cycle safety in Oxford last night.

Policing in the Thames Valley March 2018

Police helmets are being reintroduced across the Thames Valley

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley has announced that Thames Valley Police will be bringing back Custodian Helmets.

Action day to help raise awareness of underage drinking

Pupils and parents at King Alfred’s Academy are set to take part in a special event aimed at highlighting the dangers of underage drinking. 

Alcohol Action Day, set to take place on Tuesday 27 March, is being organised by the Wantage and Grove Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP).