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  1. Health and care proposals need public feedback

    Published: 01 January 2023
    People in Oxfordshire are being asked for their views on a set of proposed priorities to support improved health and wellbeing across the county. The Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire (BOB) Integrated Care Partnership’s (ICP) vision for the nearly two million people who live in the…
  2. Education Commission launched in Oxfordshire

    Published: 22 November 2022
    An Education Commission, tasked with further improving educational outcomes for all children and young people, is being launched by Oxfordshire County Council.   The commission will speak to all interested and concerned parties about what a world class education system might look like for Oxfordshire…
  3. School Streets programme to continue in Oxford and Abingdon

    Published: 08 September 2022
    A scheme to make streets around schools safer is set to continue in four primary schools in Oxford and Abingdon. A School Street is a timed road closure near school gates that restricts access for motor vehicles during school drop-off and pick-up times. The timed…
  4. Have your say on health visiting and school and college nursing services

    Published: 02 September 2022
    Parents of young people in Oxfordshire, and healthcare professionals, are being asked for their views on health visiting and school and college nursing services in Oxfordshire.  A new survey looks to find out what parents think of the services they have used, their thoughts on…
  5. Fifty things to do before you're five, marks first anniversary

    Published: 22 July 2022
    Parents and carers have been sharing their experiences of ‘50 things to do before you’re five’, an early language development scheme from Oxfordshire County Council.    Being able to communicate effectively supports children’s mental health and wellbeing, their self-confidence and the forming of friendships in…
  6. Show cigarettes the red card this No Smoking Day

    Published: 09 March 2022
    People who smoke in Oxfordshire are being encouraged to reflect on the impact that their habit has on those around them as Oxfordshire County Council marks national No Smoking Day (9 March).  Just over one in ten people in Oxfordshire light up regularly. On top…
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