Monday, 20 November 2017

Waste fines for rogue retailers

Waste fines for rogue retailers

BUSINESSES in Henley could be fined if they don’t put their waste out for collection at a designated time. The town council has applied for the power to take action against retailers who flout the rules. South Oxfordshire District Council is proposing...

Free Christmas dinner... and no washing up!

Free Christmas dinner... and no washing up!

MORE than 60 members of Henley’s 60-Plus Club will enjoy a free Christmas lunch thanks to a donation of £2,000 by funeral directors Tomalin & Son. The money will also pay for a new dishwasher at the centre in Greys Road car park. Gill Dodds, who...

MP stays on council

MP stays on council

JOHN HOWELL has been reappointed to the Council of Europe. The Henley MP said he was “delighted” to continue with the organisation, which is not part of the European Union but a separate body of 47 member states set up in 1949. The council is...

Home 'has improved' since critical inspection report

Home 'has improved' since critical inspection report

THE directors of a new care home in Henley have rejected claims that they are not taking a critical inspection report seriously enough. The Chilterns Court Care Centre was rated as “requires improvement” by the Care Quality Commission following an...
Footballer, 18, attacked by rival after match

Footballer, 18, attacked by rival after match

A TEENAGE footballer has told how he suffered cuts to his mouth after being attacked following a match. Nico Cheesman, 18, claims he was the victim of a “premeditated” attack by an opposition player following Henley Town FC’s game against AFC...

Town manager to stay despite cut in funding by district council

Town manager to stay despite cut in funding by district council

HENLEY’S town manager is to stay in post despite a cut in funding. Helen Barnett, who has been in post since it was made full-time in ...

Residents oppose children's nursery

RESIDENTS say a proposed new nursery in Crazies Hill would cause traffic chaos during school hours. Rebecca Hartley has applied for ...

1,500 vulnerable children helped by charity in a year

1,500 vulnerable children helped by charity in a year

MORE than 1,500 children and young people were helped in one year by the Henley youth and community project Nomad. It made almost 5,...

Halloween ales featured at beer festival in aid of schools

Halloween ales featured at beer festival in aid of schools

A BEER festival in Wargrave raised more than £1,700 for two schools in the village. More than 100 people attended the event, which was ...

Drinker goes dry for month and raises £600 for Macmillan

Drinker goes dry for month and raises £600 for Macmillan

A MAN from Charvil raised almost £600 for charity by giving up alcohol during October. Harry Indge, 21, was sponsored not to drink ...

Finally, work starts on new £400,000 church annexe

WORK on a new £400,000 annexe at St Mary’s Church in Wargrave will start next week. The Church of England has granted permission for ...

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New starter

A NEW member of staff has joined Henley Town Council. Kirsty Waterman is the new planning committee administrator and oversaw her first meeting last week. She replaces Cath Adams, ... [more]

 

Tree-mendous

THE Mayor of Henley says a plan to plant a tree for every child in the town has had a “great response”. Kellie Hinton proposed the idea during a council debate on how to improve ... [more]

 

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