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single parents lose babies 1950s to 1980s

Torn from their mothers’ arms: Heartbreak Britain tried to forget

An estimated half a million unmarried mothers in the UK put their babies up for adoption in the 1950s to the 1980s because they were single parents in a society determined to stigmatise illegitimacy.

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Premier Inn: Public Exhibition to be held on Wednesday

Plans for the new 72 bedroom Premier Inn hotel on Spring Street will be on show at the Lower Town Hall in Chipping Norton on Wednesday 25 March from 3.30pm until 7pm. 141 more words


Caffe Nero to open on Topside

After much speculation, it can be confirmed that Caffe Nero is to open a branch in Chipping Norton.

The coffee shop will open in what was the Dorothy Perkins shop on Topside in around five weeks’ time. 95 more words


Earlwood Chamber of Commerce Networking Night

Councillor Linda Eisler joined the Earlwood Chamber of Commerce networking night at Christina’s Pharmacy. Great opportunity for everyone. A wonderful group of local business owners who are concerned about their community.

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ALDI update: store to be ready "early 2016"

In the race to grab a bigger share of Chipping Norton’s weekly supermarket shop, it looks like the Midcounties Co-op will get there first.

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Like a friend dropping in?

Hoping the final edition of Yellow Pages hasn’t just been delivered.

It was never their slogan of course, it was the Manchester Evening News, but Yellow Pages arriving every year did used to feel like a friend dropping in. 537 more words


WODC says 1,800 new homes for Chippy by 2031

After more changes in recent months West Oxfordshire District Council’s Cabinet have today recommended the long awaited final Draft Local Plan to the full Council. 149 more words