Sunday, 17 December 2017

Charity shop attacked over signs

A CHARITY shop in Henley has been criticised by councillors for installing multi-coloured signs.

The Oxfam shop in Market Place submitted a retrospective application for MDF and acrylic signs on the front of the building.

But Henley Town Council’s planning committee has recommended the application is refused.

The shop front has a hanging sign made of MDF, which features white writing on a green background. There is also an acrylic sign attached to the face of the building and multi-coloured acrylic lettering fixed to a beam.

Councillor David Clenshaw said he objected to the sign being attached to the beam.

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