A fresh approach to tackling the growing pressures of winter across Oxfordshire’s health and social care system has launched today (Monday, October 1)

In the first appointment of its kind in the county, Oxfordshire now has a Winter Director,

Winter Director, Tehmeena Ajmal

Motorists in Oxfordshire are being advised to take extra care on roads with rainfall having caused surface water to accumulate on the network in the county.

No roads have had to be closed as a result of flooding

Two teams of Oxfordshire fire fighters have pledged to bid goodbye to booze in support of a national campaign.

The Eynsham fire fighters and the John O’Groats to Land’s End (JOGLE) 2016 cycle challenge team have signed up to Dry January as part

Alcohol has played a part in the injuries of 81 drivers involved in road accidents so far this year.

And with the festive season upon us, Oxfordshire County Council’s Fire and Rescue Service is urging drivers to leave their

Advice for a safe and problem free Christmas. 

Counterfeit goods

Think twice about buying goods which may be a lot cheaper than they would normally be, as they could be counterfeit.

Christmas is a time for great enjoyment and festivity but there is still the opportunity to be mindful of your waste.

Every day we throw away 1.5 million meals, whether it be homemade or ready meals. Better

Shoppers in Oxfordshire will be able to support small independent retailers and take advantage of free parking across the county this Saturday (December 5). For one day only, parking will be free at all Park and Ride sites around Oxford

Driving conditions in winter can be treacherous. That is why it is important to be prepared for the winter weather if you are going to be out on the roads.

Here Station Manager Mick Clarke, Oxfordshire County

The voices of 500 primary school pupils from across the county will be ringing out at a charity Christmas concert next week.

The ‘Big Christmas Sing’ will involve 21 primary schools over two nights - Tuesday 1st

Come and join in the family fun and explore the 65 acre site.

Oxfordshire County Council's Hill End Outdoor Education Centre is inviting people to visit on Saturday 21 November 2015

British Summer Time ends this weekend and Oxfordshire’s Fire and Rescue Service is asking people to use it as a reminder to prepare for winter.

Firefighters would like to people to see the clocks going back as a prompt to do

The annual fight against flu is underway and people in Oxfordshire are encouraged to get a vaccination against the virus.

This includes people most ‘at risk’ from complication of flu who are urged to book an appointment with

Around one in every four cars on the road this year could have an illegal or unsafe tyre putting drivers and their passengers at risk.

That is why Oxfordshire County Council’s Fire and Rescue Service are supporting national Tyre

As winter approaches Oxfordshire County Council’s Fire & Rescue Service and Trading Standards are arranging free electric blanket testing around the county to help people stay safe as well as warm.

Free tests