Friday, 23 February 2018

Time for war on litter in country, says dog walker

Time for war on litter in country, says dog walker

A MAN has called for a “war on litter” to take place after clearing up tons of rubbish along the roadside near his home. Johnny Grimond, 71, says rubbish is a national problem that should be tackled by the Government, councils and schools with the...
Chic and Rita are hot tickets for festival

Chic and Rita are hot tickets for festival

TICKETS to see Nile Rodgers and Chic at this year’s Henley Festival have sold out in a fortnight. The award-winning American musician and producer will headline on third night of the 36th annual festival, which will take place from Wednesday to...
Man condemns trader who dumped rubbish in woods

Man condemns trader who dumped rubbish in woods

THIS pile of rubbish has been dumped in Harpsden Woods. Duncan Whale found the trade waste near the edge of the woods off Woodlands Road. It included old blinds, bits of wood and food packaging covered by a tarpaulin sheet. Mr Whale, 36, of Farm...
On Your Bike back for 12th year

On Your Bike back for 12th year

ON Your Bike will return next month for the 12th year running. Hundreds of families are expected to take part in the fund-raising bike ride on March 25, starting at Sonning Common Primary School. As in previous years, there will be six-, 12- and...
Leander Club launches hippo art project

Leander Club launches hippo art project

LEANDER Club has launched a community art project to celebrate 200 years since it was founded. Project Hip Hip Hooray will mark the club’s bicentenary by giving 200 cardboard hippos to community groups, schools and artists to decorate. The creations...

Garden centre redevelopment plans imminent

Garden centre redevelopment plans imminent

PLANS to redevelop an old garden centre near Henley are due to be submitted over the next month. Aida Dellal, who owns the former ...

Cups return for club celebration

Cups return for club celebration

LEANDER Club’s bicentenary celebrations will continue this weekend with a gala dinner in Dublin to celebrate its long association with ...

Church's snowdrop open day to commemorate fallen

Church's snowdrop open day to commemorate fallen

MORE than 250 people attended a snowdrop-themed open day at All Saints’ Church in Dunsden on Sunday. The second annual event featured ...

Women honoured at Sue Ryder awards

Women honoured at Sue Ryder awards

Women from the Henley area were among those honoured at the Sue Ryder Women of Achievement Awards. The 12th annual awards were held on ...

Sports centre is filthy (again)

Sports centre is filthy (again)

HENLEY leisure centre is filthy despite undergoing a £150,000 renovation only two months ago. Visitors have complained of dirty ...

Developer says new flats needed to meet growing demand

Developer says new flats needed to meet growing demand

A DEVELOPER is making another attempt to build 10 flats in Henley. Millgate Homes, of Ruscombe, has resubmitted plans for Parkside ...

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Please fix this pavement

Please fix this pavement

A WOMAN is demanding that a potholed pavement is repaired before it results in someone being seriously injured. Connie Vickery, 84, decided to take action after tripping over the ... [more]

 

Legal fund target rises

A FUND-RAISING campaign to help prevent a development of 95 homes in Sonning Common has increased its target. Organisers now want to raise £8,000 after reaching their original ... [more]

 

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