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  • Community Matters

    24th March 2014

    At our next Community Matters networking event, we have a fantastic opportunity to visit the Taylor Wimpey offices on the new Great Western Park estate.  We will be joined by Darren McCormack, from Taylor Wimpey, who will be providing an interesting talk on the different phases of the site including the plans for community buildings and spaces.  Starting at 12.30pm on Monday 24th March, a buffet lunch will be provided at £5 per person, payable on the day. Taylor Wimpey’s offices are based off A4130 - Sir Frank Williams Avenue - Didcot - Oxfordshire - OX11 6AB.  For those coming by public transport, there is a No. 98 Bus that operates from Didcot Parkway, Orchard Centre and Broadway every 30 minutes.  More information can be found on Thames Travel www.thames-travel.co.uk or 01865 785400. If you are a community leader or a business community co-ordinator and would like to attend, please email emma@didcotfirst.org.uk ...

  • Taylor Wimpey and Didcot First Partnership

    Taylor Wimpey and Didcot First Partnership

    26th February 2014

                    Didcot First has new support following a new partnership with Taylor Wimpey, residential developers at the Great Western Park estate.    Didcot First is a non-political, business supported...

  • Community Matters

    16th January 2014

    The next Community Matters will be taking place on Thursday 16th January 2014 from 7.30pm at Didcot Civic Hall. We will be joined with representatives from Didcot Twinning Association talking about their associations activities and Di Chesterman, No Two Things, who will be providing an...

  • Community Matters

    11th November 2013

    Our next Community Matters event will be 7.30pm on Monday 11th November 2013 at Didcot Civic Hall in the Northbourne Room.   The cost is £2.50 per person, payable on the day with tea, coffee and cake available.  We will be joined by Philippa Stannard, Fundraising, Marketing...

  • Business & Community Awards Winners and Runners-up

    21st October 2013

      We are delighted to announce this year's winners and runners-up in the following categories: Community Involvement Business winner              ASDA Community Life Championship Scheme ...

  • Clubs & Societies Day

    5th October 2013

    Didcot First has arranged the first-ever clubs and societies event in town to help residents find out new ways to float their boat. This free community event takes place on: Saturday 5th October at Didcot Civic Hall From 10am – 3pm    Demonstrations and Taster...

  • 1 week to get your nominations in deadline is 6th September

    6th September 2013

    Time is running out for you to get your nomination in for this year’s Business and Community Awards.  There is just one week left to fill in the BACA form by clicking on the BACA tab on the left of the website page.  Anyone can thank a local business, charity or group of...

  • Matt Richardson to present one of this year’s Business and Community Awards

    Matt Richardson to present one of this year’s Business and Community Awards

    21st August 2013

    With just over 2 weeks to go for nominations for the Business and Community Awards, Didcot First and its co-sponsors are delighted to have the new Xtra Factor presenter involved. Matt Richardson, a born and bred Didcot boy, has agreed to pre-record and to virtually present the Youth Awards at...

  • 1 month left to nominate for a Business & Community Award

    5th August 2013

    There is just one month left to nominate a local business, group or organisation for this year's Business & Community Award (BACA).  Anyone can nominate any group or business for an award under the categories: Youth, Science & Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Enterprise, Delivering...

  • Cafe Scientifique - The Healing Power of Plants

    Cafe Scientifique - The Healing Power of Plants

    16th July 2013

    Our next Café Scientifique is The Healing Power of Plants talk on Tuesday 16th July is given by Timothy Walker, Director of University of Oxford Botanic Garden and Harcourt Arboretum. One quarter of prescription medicines are derived from plants and more than 50% of chemotherapies.  This...

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