Top goalscorer for Oxford United, Kemar Roofe and the rest of the team enjoying their promotion https://t.co/ckMndOaH6H
Interviews with Oxford United fans during today's victory parade.
Oxford United will hold an open top bus parade across the city tomorrow evening.
Fans be able to cheer on their newly-promoted team tomorrow at 5pm on Tuesday (10th May).
The bus will start the parade from Broad Street and finish at Oxford Town Hall around 5.30. There will be rolling d closures on the rest of the parade route through the city centre.
Oxford United sealed promotion to Sky Bet League One after beating Wycombe Wanderers 3-0 at the Kassam Stadium.
The last time the side celebrated a promotion with an open top bus parade was in 2010 after securing promotion from the Conference.
“We have had a brilliant season and this is a great opportunity for everyone to celebrate together."
It's one of the only sports to have been included in every modern Olympic games since 1896 and its individual sport as well as a team sport.
Fencing is thriving and Britain's medal haul among veteran swordsmen and women is actually higher.
Tony Green reports from the European Championships in Gillingham, and discovers that the age of chivalry is very much alive.
Tony spoke to Katie Rhodes, event manager, competitors Leonardo Patti and Valentin Pora, and Cllr Howard Doe from Medway Council.
Members of the public are being invited to come and watch the Cycle Wiltshire Grand Prix which starts and finishes in Salisbury on Sunday 8th May 2016.
The event starts at 10am in the Market Square and is expected to finish at about 3pm. The organisers say the race village, in the centre of Salisbury, will feature cycling activities for spectators to join and an opportunity to meet riders and see them training.
The contest is part of the Motorpoint Spring Cup Series, a five-round series running from March to May.
Chris Maughan interviewed the Oxford United manager, Michael Appleton, about the side's promotion to League One, after the U's beat Wycombe Wanderers 3-0 at the Kassam Stadium.
Oxford United beat Wycombe Wanderers 3 - 0 in front of thousands of fans in a sell-out crowd at the Kassam Stadium. The U's performance sends them up into League One.