[8 Apr 2017]
Sir Tony Baldry responds to Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group’s Transformation Programme Phase One consultation

It is disappointing that within so few years of such clear recommendations from the Independent Reconfiguration Panel that the identical services are again being threatened at the Horton. It is very difficult for people to understand the Clinical Commissioning Group’s exact proposals because the CCG has chosen to split the consultation process. By splitting the consultation process, the Trust’s proposal and the consultation has become confused. It is impossible to understand the full implications of the proposals in Phase One, without knowing what will be put forward in Phase Two.

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[23 Mar 2016]
GateNet Group Plc attend CBBC Conference

Sir Tony Baldry and Patrick Tsang of GateNet Group plc together with Lord Sassoon, chair of the China Britain Business Council at the CBBC Conference in London on Tuesday 22nd March.

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[21 Mar 2016]
Baldry responds to Sunday Telegraph article

The article in the Sunday Telegraph was more akin to a piece that one would have expected to read in “Private Eye” than in a responsible, broadsheet newspaper, committed to responsible journalism and fair reporting.

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[16 Feb 2016]
Banbury Guardian: Sir Tony given High Steward role for Banbury

The role of High Steward of Banbury has been revived after a gap of almost 50 years.

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[15 Feb 2016]
Budding young artist Lucas wins design competition for Queen’s birthday celebrations

The winner of a competition to design a logo for the Church of England’s celebrations in honour of Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday has been announced. The logo designed by Lucas Salinger, aged 10, from Hertfordshire, was picked from over 1000 entries.

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[10 Feb 2016]
Banbury Guardian: Katharine House Hospice celebrates 25th anniversary

Katharine House Hospice marked its 25th Anniversary last Thursday with an event for local businesses who have supported the charity over the last quarter of a century.