Monday, 23 October 2017

Substitute footprints

NEW footprints designed to attract tourists to the Old Fire Station Gallery in Henley will be laid in the spring.

NEW footprints designed to attract tourists to the Old Fire Station Gallery in Henley will be laid in the spring.

Henley Town Council had to order the new red prints with the word “gallery” and an arrow after the last batch came unstuck from the paving leading from the town hall to the gallery in Upper Market Place.

Nicci Taylor, senior committee administrator told a meeting of the town and community committee: “I have them but I am not putting them down until March because we don’t have any bookings until then. The pavement also needs to be dry and swept.”

Councillor Elizabeth Hodgkin said: “I hope they will work this time.”

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