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[15 Dec 2014]
Sir Tony Baldry MP delivers Christmas cheer to postal workers at Royal Mail’s Banbury delivery office

The Rt. Hon. Sir Tony Baldry MP visited Royal Mail’s Banbury delivery office on Monday morning to pass on Christmas wishes and encouragement to postmen and women at their busiest time of year.

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[12 Dec 2014]
Bicester Advertiser: Food bank open for Christmas withdrawals

Bicester Food Bank has officially opened the doors to its new permanent base in time for the run up to Christmas.

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[8 Dec 2014]

Banbury Tory MP Sir Tony Baldry is one of six people who will become a lay canon at Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford next month.

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[3 Dec 2014]

Bicester (pronounced “bister”) has been in the news this week. It is a town in Oxfordshire that is going to become rather bigger. Describing the plans for 13,000 new homes as amounting to it becoming a “garden city” may be an exaggeration. But that will certainly amount to an important contribution towards alleviating the housing shortage.

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[2 Dec 2014]

Banbury MP Tony Baldry has welcomed proposals for a garden city in Bicester.

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[10 Nov 2014]

Work to build the new Banbury Gateway Retail Park began on Tuesday with Sir Tony Baldry MP turning the first sod at the groundbreaking ceremony.

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[8 Nov 2014]

Victoria Prentis has been selected by the North Oxfordshire Conservative Association today (Saturday) to serve as its parliamentary candidate for Banbury at the next general election.

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[30 Sep 2014]
Baldry welcomes record turn out at Banbury Job Fair

Organisers of the Banbury Job Fair are celebrating a record number of attendees with an additional 100 people turning up compared to previous events.

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[22 Sep 2014]
Oxford Mail: Letters – Irresponsible to tell Parliament one thing then say something else locally

I find it somewhat sad that after nearly a third of a century of being the Member of Parliament for Banbury the worst the Banbury Labour Party can do to criticise me is to attack the school I went to.

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[8 Sep 2014]

Double Olympic gold medallist James Cracknell is expected to put his name forward as a prospective Conservative party parliamentary candidate for Banbury for the 2015 General Election.