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Fun in the sun for HAODS run

SIXTY-FIVE people took part in the Henley Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society’s 35th annual fun run   [more]
True blue councillor becomes ’lady in red’ Giving young people hope and a home Estate shows why it's proud of its name
THE new Conservative Mayor of Henley says she is honoured to... [more] JUSTIN GAHAN has lived at the YMCA since October after being... [more] A PLAQUE in honour of Henley minister and inventor Humphrey Gainsborough... [more]
So where’s our meeting room?
A COMMUNITY room could be missing from the new Townlands Hospital despite an undertaking that it [more]
£50,000 traffic survey completed
A SURVEY of traffic in Henley has been completed. [more]
Harpsden pre-school achieves highest rating
HARPSDEN Pre-School has been rated “outstanding” by Ofsted [more]
Eagle-eyed student returns ring to teacher
AN eagle-eyed student was the toast of Shiplake College after finding a teacher’s lost wedding ring on the school cricket field [more]
Six month delay in bed availability
HOSPITAL beds will not be available in Henley for a least six months after the new Townlands Hospital is built [more]
School housing plan could affect poll
PLANS to build homes on a school playing field could affect the result of a referendum [more]
Henley Festival HQ move approved
THE Henley Festival’s headquarters could be based at the town’s River and Rowing Museum from September. [more]
Road closure for triathlon runners
A ROAD in Henley town centre will be closed for 15 minutes during the running stage of a new triathlon. [more]
Health duo win awards
"Toll rise essential to pay for refurbishment"
New footpath provides woodland walk
Townlands staff missed meeting
Homes worth every penny
Tesco wins permission for new shop despite protests
War hero, spy, businessman, councillor and campaigner
Eeee the Beee, loved and respected Wargravian
Daphne Bewes — July 23, 1941 - May 5, 2015
Chairwoman’s chilly invite to absent councillors
Residents fear losing post office as pub deal stalls
Village pub set to re-open after refurbishment
Leader appeal
New use for kiosk
Charity walk
Isaac racing bike stolen
Stables entry
Church fair
Appeal over 110 homes dismissed
Ex-mayor drops complaint over jibe
Pupils to work with Royals as school football coaches
Home Secretary praises girls’ football team
Former cricketer to speak at festival
Fun in the sun at school fair
Lifesaver welcomed
Club can lease nets
BMX track deemed ‘high risk’
Volunteers get planting for village’s Bloom bid
Opponents meet rail chiefs over gantries
Trees snapped
Organiser walks off
Charity tennis
School fete
Cleaning cubs
Charity walk
Holidaymaker stays on in Nepal to help earthquake victims
Village plan in doubt due to uncertainty
Council has new chairman
Trio honoured
Refurb costs
Rhyme history
Man found
Rotary Club of Henley Bridge
Henley Archaeological and Historical Group
Historic item donated to hospital supporters’ group
Wargrave Local History Society
Couple’s new business wins award
Town centre manager resigns
Brew back
Award for pupils’ anti-bullying campaign
Spring clean
Village email
Meat stolen
Phillip Schofield judges competition - with help from his wife!
Science finalists
New play shows TV in a desperate light
Hanging baskets selling fast
Come to lovely Goring
Pupils raise £1k for allergies charity
Poker player hoping for winning Vegas hand
Dad bids to set cycling record on Chopper
Honesty box theft
Benson becomes Midsomer
Dozens sign up to hanging basket scheme
Bank holiday rail strike called off
Henley start-up in line up for Virgin award
Do you have a 'bloomin' marvellous' dog?
Clooney's refurbishment plans approved
ResourceBank wins award for excellence
Should Goring have a neighbourhood plan?
Postmistress has extreme haircut for charity
Chelsea Fringe Flotilla a glorious success
Hats off to fair at Valley Road Primary
Former Primary head accused of sex offences
War poet honoured by village
Hobbs launch 'Midsomer Murders'
Glorious sunshine for Chelsea Fringe Flotilla
Tories on top
Patients promised ‘best care possible’
Residents back shop in parking fight
Community groups unite at Round Table reception
Homes plan ‘on track’
Autistic boy blossoms thanks to pony
Village gardens open
Gardening course students thrive on tips
‘Roads will be at breaking point ’
Open nursery
Sixth regatta
Village to celebrate war poet
Spam fritters and fake fishcakes... just like in the Forties
Town centre falls silent to mark 80th anniversary of VE Day
Care home residents ‘not always safe’
Tweddle visit
Suicide group
I was first TV journalist to interview Ed Miliband
Hat off to rivals
The sign was there, Sam
Cautious to the end
Red face over blues
Election Results
Mayor making ceremony
Tories tighten grip on council
Howell overwhelmed by record majority
Pair join parish council
Flood of resignations
Ward results for South Oxfordshire District Council
Four residents of one estate are elected
Dancers to perform at Disneyland Paris
School axes sixth-form idea in case of too few students
Library Friends meet
Date for your diary: Benson summer fair
Bingo bonus
Years of plans
Badger talk
Paws for Tea
Pre-school closes due to lack of children
Bridge inquiry
Fire station taster day
Taste of tennis
Housing plan D-day
999 phone pest jailed
Fashion profit
Church trail
Skate park finished
Burglars break in with house owners ladder
Date for your diary: Plant sale
Students win prize
Date for your diary: School fair
Rollerskiers compete at Olympic Park
Beetle drive
Rector needed
Group meeting
Free tea party for pensioners
Everything you need for home and garden
Don’t miss market on Monday
Golfers raise thousands for Diabetes charity
Friends to cycle 1,000 miles for hospice
Fire call
Sports car enthusiasts rally with 50-year old models
These two beautiful, historic villages need your support if they are to continue to thrive
Regatta/festival location is a site for sore eyes
Musical auditions
Jaguars and Land Rovers needed
Off-road motorbike fun
Henley and Goring Ramblers
Benson WI
Witheridge WI
Henley Sceptics discussion group
Henley welcomes new Mayor
Parents and children transform gardens
Farmers fun day set for Fawley
Video: Her Royal High(five)ness
Refurbished boat joins Thames parade
Lorraine's luck is in
Popular plant
Man charged after parcel stolen
Stop thieves - get your bike marked
Adventurers to appear at Literary Festival
Farmers market becomes weekend fixture
Youngsters receive football awards
Auctioneer helps raise funds for church
50 vehicles take part in Chiltern tractor run
Sports centre opened by paralympic champion
Body of a man pulled from sailing lake
Musical picnic held to mark VE Day Anniversary
Floral flotilla marks the start of Chelsea Fringe
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Brakspear Ground hosts crunch encounter
Harpsden maintain winning run
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