Clifton Lodge Hotel
210 West Wycombe Road. High Wycombe
HP12 3AR Tel: 01494 440095
We hope to make your stay enjoyable FREE onsite parking with CCTV
Bed and breakfast terms available FREE Wi-Fi
English breakfast available Freeview Flat Screen TV 's
Bar and Restaurant Garden for guest use
Ensuite in all rooms Conferences Events
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As part of securing Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC) sites across Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire County Council will be seeking a new management contract to operate these sites. The county council would like to know your views on measures that could be taken to make savings and to create income, in order to provide the most affordable service for residents of Oxfordshire.
Anyone interested in finding out more about the progress that has been made so far on the roundabouts and approaches at Cutteslowe and Wolvercote are invited to a drop-in event on 20 July 2016 at the Jury’s Inn, Wolvercote, between 11am and 6pm.
The first sighting of the Oxfordshire Comet was in Stanton Harcourt today as Oxfordshire County Council launched a new bookable transport service for the county. It has been created to allow people without suitable access to public transport to make the journeys they want, at an affordable price.
An innovative drama project aimed at combating homophobic, bi and transphobic (HBT) bullying has been developed by an Oxfordshire secondary school as part of the county council’s anti-bullying strategy.
The Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP), Oxfordshire County Council, Arts Council England and their partners launch a new Investment Plan for Oxfordshire’s Creativity, Culture, Heritage and Tourism sectors.
Oxfordshire County Council has praised the bravery of a victim who had to re-live her experiences in giving evidence that has led to the conviction of three men for offences linked to child sexual exploitation.
Local groups working in the Oxford area are encouraged to bid for cash, which has been confiscated from illegal money lenders, as part of an initiative organised by the England Illegal Money Lending Team in partnership with Oxfordshire County Council’s Trading Standards Team.
The Shakespeare’s Dead or Alive festival celebrating the work of the Bard is continuing at county council libraries with talks from a leading scholar and a rare chance to view precious historical documents on special release from the Bodleian.