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Rock band returns to former college

TWO former Henley College students returned with their rock band band to play a gig.   [more]
Curry night raises thousands for charity Crowds enjoy fireworks display Motorcyclist injured near Watlington
A CURRY night raised almost 5,000 for the Chiltern Centre for... [more] THOUSANDS of people attended the annual fireworks display and bonfire at... [more] A MOTORCYCLIST was taken to hospital after a collision with a... [more]
PM joins calls to scrap train timetable
THERESA MAY has backed campaigners who are calling for a new train timetable on the Henley branch line to be scrapped. [more]
Henley homeless man refuses help
A HOMELESS man staying in Henley town centre has turned down all offers of help. [more]
Living Advent Calendar to work with other groups
THE organiser of the Henley Living Advent Calendar says it will offer a little bit extra this year. [more]
Toll bridge must close again for road widening
WHITCHURCH toll bridge will have to shut if its southern approach road from Pangbourne is widened, according to a report. [more]
Are you ready for the Fireworks?
Find all of this years local Fireworks events listed online now [more]
Overflowing bins blamed on residents fly-tipping
LITTER bins in Henley are overflowing because people dump household waste in them, it has been claimed [more]
Shops open for business with another on way
TWO new shops have opened in Duke Street, Henley with a third about to follow suit nearby [more]
Townlands Hospital to be renamed
The new Townlands Hospital in Henley is set to be renamed in honour of the towns old War Memorial Hospital [more]
Festive season trains cancelled
Events announced to mark Remembrance Day
Care home approved despite protests
Museum cafe operator resigns
The councillor with many other hats
Please smile, don’t mourn and think of me with a glass of wine
Take advantage of waste bonus
Olympian to join Hilly day
Driver, 85, hurt
New adventure playground for Stonor Park
'Overflowing bins give Henley poor image'
Sign up for hospice fireworks display now
Residents' group marks 25 years on council
Prime Minister pops in to Christmas Fayre
Campaigners condemn 10-month hospital delay
Playing fields school decision delayed
Tea business in line for award
Council pays 46,000 for new Christmas lights
Reading East MP backs petition to save bank
Mountain bike challenge raises 29,000 for PIP
29ft fir to adorn town centre this Christmas
Hootenanny becomes Sunday shopping event
Chef makes TV debut
Bake Off is new Sunday lunch for family gatherings says Mary Berry
Four honoured for years of dedicated service to RNLI
Optometrist celebrates 25 years with town centre opticians
Hospice adds music to usual fireworks show
Caversham road closures
Building excellence
Christmas lunch date
Charity coffee
Pair move in
Girl, 11, dances with stars on Strictly
Hot ticket
Memorial ball raises £19,000 for hospice
Foodbank help
Church flowers
Wargrave road closure
Scary art day
November food swap
Council debates hot air
Fields work
Hall toilets ‘spruce up’
Firework show
Half term fun
Shaft from mansion to river
Village set to grow by half with plans for 700 homes
Precarious draft neighbourhood plan for Watlington
School is still good, says Ofsted
Trees talk
Have your say on reducing pollution...
Village art group delighted with success of first exhibition
Runners mark world mental health day
Walk day
Decision on grant for festival delayed
Organic farmer’s festival marks pumpkin harvest
Pair hope to create a buzz with new BumbleBee cider
Preschool regains top score in a year
Community first responders take delivery of new vehicle
New leader takes over at village youth club
Change in plan for housing
Developer sparks fears of urban creep from Reading
Bus stop light call
Meeting to discuss ‘crucial’ homes plan
Voices plea
Mellow fruits of autumn
Henley Round Table
1st Henley Cubs
Rotary Club of Henley Bridge
Piece of cake
Animal magic
Scrum down
Hat-trick hero
Just champion
Leading the pack
School ‘should honour affordable homes aim’
Barn dance will benefit charity
Pilates can help improve posture whatever your age
Cars of the future light up Paris
The fort that Frank built
Mystery of Shiplake’s ‘Viking’ origin deepens
Savills blogs ask what makes a house a home
Property price inflation eases to 5.8 per cent
Coffee and cakes aid Macmillan
Buyers’ market means sellers need expertise on their side
Shortage of rental properties set to hit 1.8million by 2025
Residents protest care home plans
Protest for gym site care home visit
Business wins right to debate planning dispute
School takes part in out of this world project
Wife's anger at grave blunder
Clooneys donate 1,000 towards hall solar panels
Contractors warn of Henley road closure
Sign up now for Over 60s Christmas lunch
Charity ball raises 19k for hospice
Have a walk and then enjoy a pint!
Newcomers scoop brewery award
Dog portraits raise money for charity
Take part in a Halloween ghost hunt
Garden centre housing plans
Bloom group pledges to tackle air pollution
Air your view
Remember lost babies
Branching out
Finally, date set for care unit opening
Budding musicians and singers urged to compete
Vince Hill loses wife of 57 years
Church roof lead stolen
Business quiz
Tree shredding
Obelisk plaque
Back in bloom
Row over Mayor’s ‘invite’ to rugby club
Music-loving rector inducted to look after three parishes
Banking career helps with ministry work, says vicar
Rev Andrea Williams, associate priest and charity supporter
Tom’s unexpected call to interview archbishop
Pedestrian crossing at bridge
Warming autumn
Kenton Theatre still supporting am-dram, says new chairman
Cakes for trees
Safety first
Litter pick day
Library party
Church’s future at risk after ‘no’ to development
Dog foul warning
Refurbished store re-opens and post office may move in
Greek benefit
In chorus
Unstable earth pile
Deliveries need more door width
Children encouraged to grow their own
Crossing point plan
Village kindergarten saved
Developer wants 65 homes on land not in neighbourhood plan
Campaigners and staff mark 25th birthday of library saved from axe
From the green room
Parking wardens on way
Lawyer upsets neighbours with plan for disabled annexe at home
New £5,000 outdoor classroom opens at primary school
Driver banned
Fare dodger
Library coffee
Charity sale
Messy session
Harvest gifts
Bus service goes on trial
Village goes Greek for hospice
Neighbourhood plan passed with 94 per cent in favour
Book the date
Developer says 95 homes would help fill district shortage
Royal grower
Festive show
Sweet success
Bank on it
Hot shots
Sales day
Filling the gap
Special visitor
Net call
Bake it better
Around the WI
Greys Court hosts WI flower arranging contest for first time
Henley Operatic and Dramatic Society
Insects and deer fighting
Henley Decorative and Fine Arts Society
Reading RSPB Group
Rotary Club of Henley Bridge
Caversham Heights Society
Tiger tale is still  the ‘go to’
Unique stamp of the Bard
Chicken and the Clegg
Miller time with Arthur
Satirical notion is Trumped
Nadiya’s happy secret
Postcards from Greece
Hospital’s roots in the past
Human nature is the key
Empire state, er, buildings
Estate agency reports record transactions
Warm and friendly village is a magical place to live
‘London & Country’ is capital news for sellers
Website aims to help builders’ clients
Highwood is opening tomorrow
New agent is on ’Side
Do YOU know a woman of achievement?
Charity runners ready for half marathon
Tables turned on question master
Public join Doctors at Townlands open evening
Children inspired by astronaut Tim Peake
Henley set to be Eastbourne of the Chilterns?
Woman can now have cancer treatment
Antiques centre celebrates move
Mary Berry opens up about leaving Bake Off
Team GB rowers inspire next generation
Ploughing match blessed with sunshine
Keep recycling clear - or miss collection
Hugs are icing on the cake at coffee morning
Award for welcome at the Mill at Sonning
Petition launched against bank closure
Fireworks display to be ‘free’ after flop
Care home plan sneaks through
Ideas wanted to keep children’s centre open
Council to sell land but rejects call for more social housing
Off stage
Father Christmas visits early in Mapledurham
Why life is sweet for Lord Sugar’s former Apprentice
Councillors greeted by chanting protesters during site visit
Council to get tough on bill posters for events
‘Pavement better than road’
Woman upset at ornaments theft from parents’ graves
Cyclist rides 50 miles for Christian reconciliation charity
Fire warning
Call to donate fuel allowance
MP loves his portrait by ex-Spitting Image artist
Piano success
New school boathouse
Doggy art boosts charity
Autumn fair
Digging sight of an old friend
Developer wants flats on land not in plan
Spotlight on the retirement ‘village’
Where and when to see firework displays
Crime rate falling fast
110 cyclists (and two runners) complete charity challenge
Volunteer centre raises record sum at annual charity sale
Residents attack developer for ignoring housing quota
Plan for 30 homes
Recreation ground deal nears
Group to remodel centre of village
Accusations fly as rival town councillors clash
Top Dog winner receives pup portrait and Olympic bouquet
Plans for 35 homes refused on appeal
Six sites in village out of 15 put forward for development by owners would be suitable
Man who inspired Mr Toad
Cafe bids for licence
Teenage showjumper in national schools championships
Cleaning campaign
Stories wanted
Hundreds protest at bank closure
Wishing tree
Gondolier drops by on river voyage to honour Shakespeare
Lego winners
Ghost tour day
Park by phone
House and garden show to celebrate ‘green’ creativity
‘Scrapping street parking wouldn’t cure air pollution’
Plan unveiled for 60-bed care home with ‘landmark’ tower
Cheaper wills
Hairdresser, 73, celebrates four decades of cutting locks
Councillor quits
Children’s centre rescue initiative
Crafts market
Stargazing trip
Halloween party
Beer and food
Bench repair
Village gifted 500 bulbs
Break ins
Tree request
Bus boost
Don’t take sparklers
Choir singers bring home nine awards from music festival
Henley Rotary Club news
Henley Young Farmers news
Henley Archaeological and Historial Group news
MP lets his fingers do the talking with visit to community music school
Christmas card shop
Woman climbs Mt Kilimanjaro for charity in memory of husband
Singers pay homage to Herman
Festival books Austen authors
Victorian chiller’s back for Halloween
Youth jazz orchestra returns with look at Then and Now
Folk’s ‘firm of solicitors’ are signing off at Nettlebed
Don’t take my word for it, says satirist
Natural take on Coward pays dividends
Author comes out of his shell with debut
Tom’s cruising for a bruising in sequel
Skill, love and understanding give the viola a chance to shine
Award-winners get Schumann Project off to a pounding start
Rio golf ball raises 10k for charity
Upholsterer scoops top award for third time
Father and son recreate Italian Job for charity
Pub bids for food award
Fun day to help cancer patient
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