Witney News - Cogges Museum looks to have been saved

Witney - A view from Church Green

Advertisements

Cogges Museum looks to have been saved

Cogges Museum looks to have been saved The future of Cogges Manor Farm Museum in Witney looks to be safe after councillors promised to inject cash to plug the 93,000 funding gap.

The Museum opens for its 2006 season on 4th April and is open every day until the end of October (except Mondays)

Posted : 26/01/2006 11:17:25

Other recent Witney news items


Major council scheme aims to prevent homelessness

A major new scheme designed to tackle homelessness in West Oxfordshire has been given the green light. The Families First project will work with families and couples in a bid to prevent homelessne...[more]


Check whether your waste and recycling collection day has changed

With the introduction of a new, improved recycling collection service from 2 October, some households across West Oxfordshire will see a change to their collection day. A recycling guide and a ca...[more]


Cash to support rural businesses

Rural businesses looking for cash to back their ventures are invited to find out how dedicated European funding may help them. On Tuesday 10 October at Standlake Village Hall, they will be able to...[more]


To view the full Witney Blog, click here