Monday, 22 January 2018

Debt threat to patients

Debt threat to patients

PATIENTS at the doctors’ surgeries in Henley are being threatened by bailiffs over unpaid parking fines which should have been cancelled. They have received letters from debt collectors demanding payments of up to £190 for tickets issued at the car...

70 drivers arrested

70 drivers arrested

MORE than 70 people were arrested on suspicion of drink or drug driving in Oxfordshire during Thames Valley Police’s annual Christmas crackdown. Nineteen arrests were made in the South and Vale area, the same number as in 2016 and fewer than the 23...

Church is packed for rector's farewell service

Church is packed for rector's farewell service

ST MARY’S Church in Henley was packed for the final service given by the outgoing rector of Henley with Remenham. Hundreds of well-wishers filled the pews as Rev Canon Martyn Griffiths delivered a farewell speech then led holy communion. Sunday’s...
Surgery staff warned not to park in disabled spaces

Surgery staff warned not to park in disabled spaces

STAFF at a Henley surgery have been warned not to park in disabled spaces reserved for patients. It comes after cars belonging to two employees at the Bell Surgery in York Road were photographed using the spaces by former town mayor Martin Akehurst....

Couple to sell floating hotel after 14 years of cruising

Couple to sell floating hotel after 14 years of cruising

A FLOATING hotel has been put on the market for £425,000. Bonny and Andy Cowley, of Homelands Way, Henley, are selling the African Queen after 14 years in order to retire. The 98ft boat, which is moored in Mapledurham, has eight bedrooms, a large deck...

Teenage litter-picker urges villagers to help

Teenage litter-picker urges villagers to help

A TEENAGER from Wargrave who spends an hour each week collecting litter around the village says he wants others to follow his lead. ...

Neighbours oppose old police house redevelopment

NEIGHBOURS have criticised plans to build a second home on the site of the old police house in Wargrave. Paul Woods says the new ...

Memory tree

Memory tree

A MEMORY tree at a garden centre raised more than £70 for charity. The small fir was erected at the coffee shop at Hare Hatch ...

Eat better campaign

CHILDREN in Wargrave and Charvil are being encouraged to eat healthier snacks. Wokingham Borough Council’s public health team is ...

£1,600 grants

CHARVIL Parish Council has awarded grants of more than £1,600 to charities and community organisations. A total of £800 will go to ...

Race date

THE 36th annual Wargrave 10km event will be held on Sunday, June 10. Hundreds of people are expected to take part in the race, which ...

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