Hospice’s proposed partnership with NHS Trust is approved

Katharine House Hospice

A proposed partnership between Katharine House Hospice and Oxfordshire University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH) has been formally approved. The partnership – plans for which were announced in November last year – will see the hospice’s clinical services transfer to be under the management of OUH with effect from Thursday 1 April. The boards of both organisations approved plans for…

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Volunteers celebrate long service from their doorsteps

Volunteers Jane Holland, Elizabeth MacLeod and Ray Kent celebrate long service from their doorsteps

Accolades have been awarded to volunteers of North Oxfordshire’s hospital, health and wellbeing radio service, Radio Horton in recognition of their contribution and commitment over several years.

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Radio Horton bridges the gap

Radio Horton launches Care Home radio service

Simon & Garfunkel are perhaps best known for coining the phrase “bridge over troubled water”, but Banbury’s hospital, health and wellbeing radio is continuing to build bridges between care home residents and their families, keeping them entertained during the coronavirus pandemic. In April, Radio Horton were approached by local theatre production group, Voices Across Time who delivered a Community Outreach…

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Cheers to Fifty-six years, Radio Horton celebrates 56!

New for 2020: Radio Horton's new magazine

The hospital, health and wellbeing broadcasting service for Banbury, Radio Horton is celebrating its fifty-sixth anniversary today (7th July 2020). The station launched in 1964 and was the brainchild of local journalists, the late Ted Hanson MBE and Graham Wilton with the first listeners being greeted by the immortal words “This is Radio Horton calling”. Recent circumstances have meant the…

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