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Hospice helped me cope with losing parents

KELLY WILLIAMS lost her parents within two months of each other earlier this year.   [more]
Henley parties on in the cold Henley College welcomes new principal Living Advent Day4: Buble fills Phyllis Court
Thousands of people braved near freezing temperatures for the 25th annual... [more] THE new principal of The Henley College says she wants to... [more] A Michael Buble tribute act performed to a packed Phyllis Court... [more]
Hard luck dogs star in charity calendar
TWO businesswomen are to launch a calendar to raise money for a dog rescue charity. [more]
Cuts threat to care of elderly
DAY services for elderly people in the Henley area are under threat due to proposed cuts [more]
200 homes at pig farm
DEVELOPERS are sizing up a site for 200 homes in Watlington. [more]
Budget agreed for expert defence of plan
A PLANNING consultant could be employed by Henley Town Council to help ensure its neighbourhood plan [more]
Living Advent Day3: Idyllic backdrop for trio
A musical threepiece entertained crowds at a chilly third night of the Henley Living Advent Calendar [more]
Railway nativity
THIS year’s railway nativity staged by the Hambleden Valley group of churches will take place at [more]
Students achieve Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award
THREE students have received their gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. [more]
Leaving the leaves could be dangerous
DEAD leaves on the streets of Henley will become a danger for pedestrians if they are not cleaned up quickly, say town councillors [more]
Living Advent: Rock around the Christmas tree
Henley gets ready for Christmas festivities
Festival has Headline Performance of the Year
Living Advent Day 1: The youth of today
The Wild Fork to run café at Museum
Pop-up shop gives locals a chance
New planning appeal over Thames Farm
TVP launches Christmas campaign
Sculpture targeted again by vandals
Motorcyclist killed in lorry collision
The Bell Bookshop celebrates half a century
Join Father Christmas at Toad Hall
Tilebarn Wood thrives on edge of town
Shoppers asked to donate to Christmas toy run
Spirit of Christmas concert
How to make a donation to Sue Ryder
Christmas Market in aid of Refugee Crisis Appeal
Opposition to path closure
Mayor’s party
Poppy Appeal hits £20,000
House awards
‘No extension’
Volunteer plea
Pupils can see into my home from play area
All poor Chase wants for Christmas is new home
Sitting in
Market charge set to increase
Man injured
New plan for family archive at Friar Park
Day centre for disabled could be forced to close by cuts
New home for bulbs
Save our call boxes
...and he’ll be here too
Crackdown on misuse of hospital car park
Shop shut ...for now
Award for new school sixth form
Extra bus service
Cartoonist sees
Council agrees to refurbish old cemetery chapel
Road blocked
New Year walk
Nativity parts
Free parking for Christmas
Schools in mood for Christmas...
...and Santa arrives in horse-drawn carriage
Quick meeting
Pothole plea
Slow football
Festive lunch
Fish bus trips at risk from weather
Going down
‘Learning zone’ opens
School and church link up for Christmas fair
Pupils make stand for anti-bullying campaign
Skating rink
Man fined £1,000 for using former pub as family home
Musical poet
Festive fair
Council to pursue appeal on weir ruling
Subsidy snag
Update on homes plan
Hundreds attend church’s Christmas fair in aid of repairs
On top
Stitching in
Top 10
Christmas fair gets bigger and better
Nature social
Forget turkey, have lamb for Christmas
Prize money
Time to nominate
Youth facilities put on hold
Village ‘under attack’ from developers, say councillors
Cress walks
Oversized bill
Musical trees
Big singers
1,000 people attend fair in aid of school and youth club
Knock-on fear
Around the WI
Henley Swimming Club
Very old stones
Thamesfield Youth Association
Caversham Heights Society
Henley Rotary Club
Teabooks Henley
Offers galore and free transport around town
There’s still time to rent a ‘Christmas card’ property
Housebuyers go online over the festive period
Organist honoured 50 years after debut
Henley student wins archaeology award
Horn player is first Henley Young Musician
The Station House re-opens
Shops for sale
17 houses set for go-ahead despite objection
Government refuses to order review of care home approval
When what you want is not what you get
4G arrives
Pub re-opens
Doggy snaps
Pitts and Scougal
Bishop and Arlett
Christmas fair
Woman switched labels to claim refunds
Sorry, Liz
Walk on the wild side...
Art school in studio where Bacon painted
Christmas lunch for over-60s
Hall grant bid plea
Nets gain
New all-weather pitch would just attract rowdies, claim villagers
Debut for dog bed
Four hours of festive fun for families at pre-school’s fair
Woman hurt in bus collision
Police crack down on youths causing disturbance at night
Developer ignores housing blueprint
Charity quiz
Christmas fair
Produce sale
Society AGM
Hall open day
Garden centre fails to stop council enforcement action
New fence ‘too high’
Plates stolen
Choir concert
New councillor
Christmas fete
Pupils love muddy walk in the woods for Children in Need
Girls learn to scuba
Delays warning
Free nativity
Help plea
Craft fair in aid of village twinning association
Appeal for money to continue Readibus
Commuters taking car park bays
Tax rise could save bus service
Henley Rotary Club
Rotary Club of Henley Bridge
Henley Ladies Probus Club
Church hosts craft and gift market for smaller businesses
Christmas fair next weekend
School sale
New commander for RAF Benson
Festive fair
Charity quiz
Play areas damaged
Supper quiz
Helpline agm
Get festive
Modern, purpose-built primary school is at the heart of the Watlington community
Literary festival keen to add more Friends
Six of the best for under £1 million
New arrivals have had a warm welcome
Fleet Street veteran in front of camera
River legacy behind winning Christmas card
Village faces 820 new homes after plan change
Homeless man leaves Henley
Centenarian celebration
Get involved
School's Christmas fair attracts record numbers
'Lazy' mother runs charity marathon
Pigeon nest postponement
Mystery of wife's pond death
Concern as village butcher sells up
Christmas sorted with Love Local market
Fight night for Nomad
Yet another care home in Henley?
Lorry gets jammed
Performers ready to go
Goring to host Christmas shopping event
History of obelisk revealed
Cars attacked around Henley
Primary pupils perform for parents
Proposed repairs to flood prone road revealed
Youth project has challenging year
All staff now recruited for hospital care unit
Children get parents as backing singers
Henley in Bloom reviews town's displays
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