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Police patrols to battle robbery in Milton Keynes

Thames Valley Police launch two month operation to tackle robbery in Milton Keynes. As of today, 5 August, Thames Valley Police offices have launched an operation that they hope will…

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Partners and support people now able to attend pregnancy scans

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust will are now allowing one support person to join women coming for pregnancy ultrasound scans. Like many maternity units, the Oxford University Hospitals NHS…

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Robbery on Oxpens Road

A 17 year old boy has been forced to transfer funds at knifepoint on Oxpens Road in Oxford. At approximately 6.20pm on Wednesday the 29th of July, a 17 year-old…

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Robbery in Slough

Thames Valley Police is releasing two E-fit images of men that could have vital information following a robbery in Slough. On Wednesday 22 July at around 5.30pm, a 44 year…

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Tom Glancy’s family offer tribute

The family of Tom Glancy have paid tribute. Tom Glancy, aged 64, from Kidlington, tragically died following a road traffic collision on 16 July on the A420 between Buckland and…

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St Giles Fair Cancelled

The 2020 St Giles Fair has been cancelled due to COVID-19. In a formal letter sent out today by the Showmen’s Guild of Great Britain, the organisation have announced the…

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Appeal for help in locating wanted man in connection with aggravated burglary

Thames Valley Police is appealing for help in locating a wanted man in connection with an aggravated burglary in Slough. The man pictured below is James Devlin, aged 19, of…

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Oxford’s Councillors Urge Mask Wearing

Oxford’s council leader and Lord Mayor are urging people in Oxford to wear face coverings to reduce the spread of coronavirus. Last week, Public Health England announced that COVID-19 cases…

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Ferry Leisure and Rose Hill Community Centre to open

Ferry Leisure and Rose Hill Community Centre gyms will reopen on Monday 3 August Whilst the North of England is back in lockdown, Oxford City Council has announced that it…

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No more rough sleeping

Oxford City Council has secured 124 rooms of interim housing for the next year for the community’s rough sleepers. In 2017 rough sleeping in England hit record levels and as…

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