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  • BBC Radio Thames Valley on Dec 3rd interviewed one of the winners of the schools competition, Sabrina Cardoso of Frideswide Middle School.
  • The Oxford Mail carried a photo and report (Dec 3) of the symbolic burning by school children at Edward Feild School of things they want to leave behind in the old millennium as part of the clean slate campaign.
  • In its Decmber issue, the Diocese of Oxford newspaper The Door reports on the campaign, linking the Clean Slate Week to the first week of Advent with its theme of repentance.
  • On Monday November 29, the Oxford Channel broadcast street interviews with Oxfordshire residents about what they want to do to clean their slates.
  • Fox FM carried news items about the Clean Slate Week on Monday 29 November.
  • The Oxford Channel interviewed Edward Peters on Thursday 25 November at 6pm on 'The Oxfordshire Hour'. The interview was broadcast hourly for 24 hours.
  • The Oxford Mail is officially supporting the campaign, and ran its first article on November 12th - a major feature on its editorial page under the headline 'Time for a fresh start'.
  • On October 17, the campaign again featured on BBC Thames Valley's Sunday programme. Edward Peters was interviewed by Headley Feast.
  • On October 6, Fox FM radio carried items about the Clean Slate Week, including interviews with the Lord Mayor, and campaign organiser Edward Peters.
  • On September 19, on BBC Radio Thames Valley's Sunday programme, Revd Michael Chantry spoke about the campaign.

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