Monday, 25 September 2017

Care home garden opened in memory of old hospital ward

Care home garden opened in memory of old hospital ward

THE garden of a Henley care home has been named in honour of the old Peppard ward at Townlands Hospital. The Peppard’s Garden was officially opened by Henley Mayor Kellie Hinton on Friday when she unveiled an oak plaque in the grounds of Chilterns...
Singers raise £3,700 for church with all-day 'hymnathon'

Singers raise £3,700 for church with all-day 'hymnathon'

MORE than 50 people took part in an all-day “hymnathon” at St Nicholas’ Church in Rotherfield Greys. The singers spent about eight hours at the church on Saturday, performing hundreds of hymns. They were accompanied by organists David Old, David...

Charlie has fun at Wargrave charity day

Charlie has fun at Wargrave charity day

A BOY who recovered from a brain tumour was among those to attend a charity day at Wargrave day centre Camp Mohawk. Charlie Ilsley, 10, was given just weeks to live before doctors removed the growth in 2015 and spent much of the following year in...

Pubs win hospitality awards

Pubs win hospitality awards

TWO pubs in the Henley area have won hospitality awards. Samantha Murray and Richard Grant, of the Reformation pub in Gallowstree Common, took the prize for the best Sunday lunch while the Perch & Pike in South Stoke was named the best all-rounder....

MP: new third bridge has not been agreed

MP: new third bridge has not been agreed

JOHN HOWELL has denied claims that a third bridge across the River Thames in Reading is closer to becoming a reality. The Henley MP ...

Councillor helping in Caribbean

Councillor helping in Caribbean

A HENLEY town councillor has flown to the Caribbean to help with the clean-up operation after Hurricane Irma. David Nimmo Smith will ...

Shadow education minister visits Caversham school

Shadow education minister visits Caversham school

LABOUR'S shadow education secretary spent an afternoon at Caversham Primary School. Angela Rayner, who was accompanied by Reading East ...

Couple leave award-winning pub but stay on at other one

Couple leave award-winning pub but stay on at other one

THE landlords of an award-winning Henley pub are moving on after more than a decade. Doug and Lolly Green, who took charge of the ...

Staff visit boss's old haunts and raise £2,800 for Sue Ryder in his memory

Walkers raise £2,800 in memory of publisher

STAFF at a Henley business raised more than £2,800 for Sue Ryder with a 10km sponsored walk in memory of the owner. Sixteen women from ...

Fans snap up tickets for O'Briain's second stand-up gig

Fans snap up tickets for O'Briain's second stand-up gig

TICKETS for a second performance by stand-up comedian Dara O’Briain at the Kenton Theatre in Henley sold out in an hour. People began ...

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Jam in the skate park

Jam in the skate park

PROFESSIONAL skateboarders and BMX riders performed tricks at a party to officially open Henley’s new skate park. Dozens of people attended the event at the new facility in Makins ... [more]

 
Hundreds take part in Sue Ryder charity walk

Walking to remember loved ones

MORE than 250 people took part in a charity walk around Nettlebed on Saturday to raise money for Sue Ryder. The charity’s second annual Forget-Me-Not walk allowed participants to ... [more]

 

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