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Didcot

Development could force old nursery to move to a new site

Development could force old nursery to move to a new site

Vale of White Horse District Council

Residents warn proposed estate ‘dangerous’

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Didcot Civic Hall, with Jeanette Howse of the Didcot Chamber of Commerce, right, and civic hall manager Rachael Spindler

Find your new hobby at clubs' taster day

Lynn Hawkins from Cake Expectation with a scarecrow cake; below, some of her other creations

Specialist cake store will close its doors for the very last time

Joe McManners

GPs plan for extension to cope with more patients

The sewage works in Cornmarket Street

Cornmarket stores count cost as repairing sewers drags on

John and Margaret Willemsen

Early appeal for shoebox donations

Teenager headbutted in the face while walking with friend in Didcot

Teenager headbutted in the face while walking with friend in Didcot

E-fit released of a man police want to speak to in connection with a robbery in Didcot

E-fit released of a man police want to speak to in connection with a robbery in Didcot

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Ross Biddle (right) and James Trickey

Marathon bike ride in memory of boyfriend

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Wallingford School students James Coulson, Lauren Giles and Helena Harpham with their impressive haul of A* grades

Record-breaking pupils prove a class apart

Read-a-thon organiser Anne Wattam with David Golda, Heidi Wattam and Emily Wattam

Book characters will come to life to inspire love of reading

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Woman punched by man who tried to steal her bag in Didcot

Man punched woman after he tried to steal her bag in Didcot

Man arrested after knife brought out during fight in Didcot street

Man arrested after knife brought out during fight in Didcot street

Man charged in connection with motorbike theft in Didcot

Man charged in connection with motorbike theft in Didcot

An artist's impression of the new secondary school to be built in Great Western Park, Didcot

Aureus marks start of a golden era for secondary education

David Henwood teaches 82-year-old Ruth Wilford how to use a tablet at Florence Park Community Centre

New over-60s club attracts the IT crowd

Seacourt petrol station

Decision on retail park put back after more objections flood in

Rosemary Arundel was the victim of a robbery in Witney last Tuesday

‘Don’t fall for the £10 con that cost me £2000’, victim warns

Police at the house in Shelley Close in Abingdon where bones were found under a patio

Bones are not human, say police

The junction from London Road to Windmill Road in Headington

Bus firms back transport plan despite residents’ objections

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Immigrant ‘lured into crime,’ court is told

Louis James and Antoinette Piercy

Couple may sell their home to escape attacks by car vandals

History: Volunteer driver Maurice Williams on the platform ready to go

Locos relive good old days of steam

Police helicopter used over Didcot after concern over person's welfare

Police helicopter used over Didcot after concern over person's welfare

That's cool: Eddie Comerford, 10, with his CD balloon hovercraft

The appliance of science turns CD into a hovercraft

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Memorial bench: Samantha Shrewsbury with Rev Karen Beck

Jayden Parkinson’s mum bids to provide refuge for victims of violence

Make your point over recycle hubs

Make your point over recycle hubs

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Focus: Mitt Nathwani and son Seanan, five, were among campers getting close to nature at Wytham Woods

Couple celebrate in woods

Not here: Youngsters India Wood, Dom Wood, Alex Knight, front, Bryony Wood, Elizabeth Sweeney and Jacob Knight protest against proposed development between East Hagbourne and Didcot

‘Don’t let them build on our green gap’

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Fully equipped: Fliss Emptage suffered heart failure following a viral infection and is now taking part in the digital monitoring trial

New heart app proving to be lifesaver

Taking shelter: Skye Newman having fun at the Second World War event at Didcot Railway Centre

This air raid shelter is a ‘little bit scary’

Appeal: Left to right, director of fundraising Jayne Ozanne, operational service manager Ben Wright, matron Julia Wood and general manager of oncology Rainer Buhler

Trust seeks £500k cash boost to modernise its day surgery

MP Andrew Smith makes plea for public reassurance over crime

MP Andrew Smith makes plea for public reassurance over crime

Missing man Simon O'Connell found

Missing man Simon O'Connell found

Housing plans have sparked objections

Housing plans have sparked objections

Arsonists set postbox alight in attacks in Didcot

Arsonists set post box alight in Didcot

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Approved: An artist’s impression of the expansion of the Orchard Centre, including an M&S food store

Retail development criticised as next phase given go-ahead

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Man rescued from water at Didcot's Ladygrove Lakes after clinging to a piece of wood

Man rescued from water at Didcot's Ladygrove Lakes after clinging to a piece of wood

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Quick: Bloodhound SCC

Tech college to be base for a world land speed record bid

Loved ones of Jayden Parkinson gather in Didcot to unveil memorial bench at All Saints Church

Loved ones of Jayden Parkinson gather in Didcot to unveil memorial bench at All Saints Church

Bridge work ahead of rail electrification

Bridge work ahead of rail electrification

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Flashback: January’s blaze at the council offices in Crowmarsh Gifford

Council HQ blaze hits profits of insurers

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Model: Amelia Griffiths, seven, with her dinosaur

Play with clay revives the dinosaurs

Memories: Former Great British Bake Off quarter finalist Christine Wallace pictured in her kitchen at home in Didcot

TV’s Bake Off brings back warm memories for Christine Wallace

Jonathan Mills died from brain haemorrhage before Faringdon public toilet fire, inquest hears

Plasterer found in Faringdon public toilet fire died of brain haemorrhage, inquest hears

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Power: Otis Bennett on his new trike alongside mum Samantha and brother Jago, ready to join him on a ride

Trike means freedom for poorly youngster

Jayden Parkinson

Police to face misconduct actions over Jayden Parkinson case

Cheers: David Wood enjoys a beer at The Cornertone’s annual music and beer fest

Raising a glass as the crowds enjoy top festival

Four from Thames Valley Police referred to misconduct proceedings in relation to Jayden Parkinson investigation

Four from Thames Valley Police referred to misconduct proceedings in relation to Jayden Parkinson investigation

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