Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Teenager charged with assault

Teenager charged with assault

A 16-YEAR-OLD boy has been charged in connection with an assault on another teenager in Henley. The alleged attack on the 18-year-old happened in King's Road at about 4.45pm on Thursday last week. The boy, from Henley, has been charged with one count...
Olympian (and son) is star attraction at village annual races day

Olympian (and son) star attraction at village annual races day

OLYMPIC rowing champion Andrew Triggs Hodge gave out the prizes at the third annual Checkendon run. More than 120 people took part in the 10km, 5km and children’s races on Sunday. The 10km runners went to Ipsden and then along Braziers Lane before...

Mary Berry appears at new food festival

Mary Berry appears at new food festival

THOUSANDS of people attended the first ever Stonor Food Festival over the weekend. Television presenter Mary Berry, who has a house in Henley, did a question and answer session, signed books for fans and spoke with many stallholders when she appeared...

New Henley Royal Regatta trophies revealed

New Henley Royal Regatta trophies revealed

THREE new trophies which are to be presented at this year’s Henley Royal Regatta were unveiled this afternoon. The Town Challenge Cup, the Hambleden Pairs and the Stonor Challenge Trophy, which were delivered to the event’s headquarters in White Hill...
We’re not doing as badly as you think, says town manager

We’re not doing as badly as you think, says town manager

HENLEY’S high street is performing better than people give it credit for, says the town manager. Helen Barnett says she is fed up of the negative picture being painted of the town when the number of empty shops is falling. There are currently 13...

Rowers no longer have to worry about glare

Rowers no longer have to worry about glare

ROWERS from Leander Club in Henley will no longer have to suffer glare from the water. Ninety-nine athletes and coaches from the club ...

Helmet saved our son’s sight

Helmet saved our son’s sight

AN autistic boy from Henley has had his sight saved thanks to a specially made helmet and visor. Thomas Hughes, 12, suffers from ...

Girl finds fossil 100 million years old

Girl finds fossil 100 million years old

A GIRL found a fossil in her garden that is about 100 million years old. Ottilie Jenkins, six, was searching for rocks to paint when ...

Brewery safe after flats plan is refused

Brewery safe after flats plan is refused

A HENLEY microbrewery has been saved after plans to convert part of the building into flats were thrown out. Residents and town ...

More patients caught out by hospital parking firm

More patients caught out by hospital parking firm

A COUPLE were fined for parking at Townlands Memorial Hospital in Henley when they left just seconds after the 20-minute free grace ...

School permits boys’ shorts in hot weather

School permits boys’ shorts in hot weather

BOYS at Gillotts School in Henley can now wear shorts in the summer term. The secondary in Gillotts Lane changed its policy earlier ...

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