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MP votes against refugee bill

HENLEY MP John Howell has hit back at criticism over opposing a bill amendment that would have allowed 3,000 child refugees into the UK from Europe   [more]
Calls for by-election as Cllr switches to Tories Bake Off winner to appear at Literary Festival
A HENLEY town councillor has defected to the Conservatives less than... [more] A WINNER of the Great British Bake Off will appear at... [more] [more]
May fair returns
THE May fair run by Henley Round Table will be held in Mill Meadows on bank holiday Monday from noon to 5pm [more]
Members back Phyllis Court sports pavilion
PLANS to build a sports and fitness pavilion in the grounds of Phyllis Court Club in Henley have been backed by members. [more]
Red kites shot & injured at local nature spot
TWO red kites were injured after being shot in Oakley Wood, near Nuffield [more]
Man apologises for gun drama
A FORMER soldier sparked a manhunt by armed police after firing his air rifle twice following [more]
Planning chief’s wife opposes neighbour’s plan
THE wife of Henley Town Council’s planning chief has criticised plans to replace their next door [more]
New clerk likes to talk
THE new clerk of Henley Town Council says she’s not afraid to get her hands dirty. [more]
Foodbank needs more donations
THE LightHouse Foodbank, based at the d:two centre in Market Place, Henley, is running low on [more]
Rowing club captain banned after probe
THE captain of Henley Rowing Club has been banned from coaching for 18 months after an [more]
£250,000 for study into councils’ future ‘obscene’
Heartbreak as lambs slaughtered in dog attack
Oratory headmaster resigns in first year
Starbucks sign deemed not suitable
Opposing Tesco could be seen as 'snobbish'
Do you own a Labrador?
10th On Your Bike challenge raises £4,500
Tributes pour in following death of Ron Needs
Ball raises £3k for play equipment
Discovering the scent of history at Fawley
Deputy head retires after 30 years
Calls to rename Townlands
Councillor calls for urgent repairs
Hooded hooligan beheads flowers at 2am
Jobs lost as The Quince Tree closes
Apology received for “shambolic” planning application
Beanpole sale day
Car park decking plan put on hold
Villagers collect 30 bags of rubbish... and a crate of fish
More walkers will boost trade, says campaigner
How to fly a drone
110-year-old is oldest living woman from Northern Ireland
Restaurant awning not ‘cheerful’ enough
Going wild
Order breach woman jailed
Charity lunch
School award
Hula hoop workshop is a family affair
New Vet clinic opens
Royal link
Wanted: the new Queen Bee
School receives tablet for supporting safe driving initiative
Village given hope of faster internet access... at a price
Charity golf day
Bridge drive
Girls’ art on show
Slow going
Man rebailed
Churches come together to raise £850 with Lent lunches
‘Idiot’ drivers ignore 30mph limit
Car dealer wins fifth customer service award
Verges damaged
Parking issue
Clerk named
Parish meeting
Advice day
Common work
Permission granted for six homes
Still time to register
Village pub can’t make profit, says ex-landlord
Open day about plan
Earlier start to festival
Cowslips walk day
Wintry feel to sailing club’s open day as juniors take charge
Wargrave Local History Society
Henley Rotary Club
Caversham Heights Society
Playing fields would have to move to fund school extension
Extension plan
Spring music
Charity coffee
Wildflower talk
Flower festival for the Queen
Gardens to open
Play area fund-raiser
Air cadets honoured
Girls perform in mass dance troupe for Wembley crowd
Spring fair is third new fund-raising event for day centre
Litter-pick day
Abandoned car
Have your say
Royal honour
Sound of spring
Big step
Clean dream
We’ve bin busy
Tattoo artist crowned champion at New York show
Go with the flow at this picturesque mill house
Adults living with their parents at 20-year high
If you fancy something a little more modern, try these two
Are you in the market for an estate agent?
Understanding... the mortgage credit directive
Time to cry ‘freedom!’
47,021 per cent... That’s a price rise fit for a queen
Just think, what would it have been worth in 1926?
Paxman quizzes the locals
Percentage of first choice primary places up
Grandparents inspire Miss Pinup glamour
Rotary Club jazz night goes with a swing
Volunteers brave rain to 'Hit Litter'
Driver seriously injured in hit & run smash
Cheaper homes for locals only
Appeal to add Bled to town signs
Semi is one of the greenest houses in UK
I can’t believe how far a pair of scissors has taken me
Few arrests
Improving hall
383 driver fines
Group to look at buses hit by cuts
Church fete
Woman, 93, proud to be honoured for war service
Waste bin deal stays
40% of new homes in town ‘must be affordable’
Network Rail still opposed to care home plan
Pollution-busting trees
Leaping lady figure given new hairstyle by vandals
Residents back petition for measures to stop speeding
School to grow fruit
Teenager rebailed
Bin repainted
Road closure
Clean appeal
Green helpers
PR firms & pop-up shops to help bring visitors
Plaque to honour benefactor
Old potholes
Hall help call
Campervan is stolen
Slow message
Summer fayre date
Charity quiz
Tabletop sale
Space talk
Library sale
Time for beds
Police warning
£4,250 for new mower
Hall blinds request
Cropmarks ‘at risk’
Jewellery sold on
Cheaper broadband
Unusual animals are a hit with garden centre customers
Tesco denies store would create road safety hazard
Plans for 25 homes approved
Bigger sister café
Library in help plea
Henley Archaeological and Historical Society
Stoke Row WI
Henley Youth Choir
Best front garden in village is only tended once a year
Results of Chiltern Edge Horticultural Society’s spring show
Teaming up
Care advice
Race night
Bridge appeal
Web support
Church meet
Bounds date
Day trip to London
Have your say
Call for dog bin
Cheaper hall hire
Widow writes book on how to cope after losing partner
Romans’ new recruit is customer-focused
Small homes can be as smart as any other
Selling up? A quick refurb can make a big difference
Making the makeover work for you
Open house time at luxury Checkendon development
Five reasons... your house isn’t selling
Gallery owner sells up after 45 years
Festival feeds children
£1m grant to tackle Oxfordshire potholes
Businessman gives £5k to ‘Happy Valley’
Dad wins new bicycle in prize draw
Trees planted to mark Agincourt anniversary
Duathlon date
Candidates named for borough elections
Students visit Leander during charity row
Be aware of road closure
Hanging baskets celebrate the Queen
Resident hopes planter will stop grass damage
Cars shine in the sun at show
Street Pastors backed by town councillors
Video: Royal parade marks squadron centenary
Local runners ready for London Marathon
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