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Public meeting on how Oxford can save £60 million

The public meeting held last night in Whitney Credit: ITV Meridian

Hundreds of people went to a public meeting in Witney last night to discuss how Oxfordshire County Council should save £60 million pounds over the next four years.

There are fears many children's centres will close after the council admitted it can't afford to keep running them all.

Lifetime's supply of chocolate offered as reward

Chocolate shop owners Dawn and Railton Elliot are offering a lifetime's supply of chocolate to anyone who can help them find their missing pet Omar Sharif.

He is a very unique cat as the couple fell in love with him during a trip to Egypt. They spent more than £6,000 flying him back to the UK and putting him through quarantine.

But a year after settling into his new home in Whitney, Omar Sharif has disappeared.

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Please help us find Omar Sharif?

Omar Sharif relaxing at home in Whitney Credit: Dawn and Railton Elliott

Cat lovers Dawn and Railton Elliott will give anyone who can help them find their pet cat Omar Sharif a lifetime's supply of chocolate. The couple from Whitney own a chocolate company and hope that the unique reward will return their shy pet to them.

Omar Sharif enjoys a belly rub Credit: Dawn and Railton Elliott
Omar Sharif relaxes on the sofa Credit: Dawn and Railton Elliott