Tuesday, 19 June 2018

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REFUSAL to pay £4,000 to the architect and contractors of the leisure pavilion in Mill Meadows

REFUSAL to pay £4,000 to the architect and contractors of the leisure pavilion in Mill Meadows could land Henley Town Council in court. The general purposes committee recently recommended stopping the payment until alleged defects in the building had been put right.

The people of Henley will be asked to boycott Martins Newsagents in a bid to get Post Office Counters to scrap its plans to move the post office from Reading Road. A town council meeting on Tuesday heard that the advice of the Association of Local Councils was that the council would not be put in jeopardy by boycotting the newsagents. The council is waiting for written confirmation before it makes a final decision.

Patients with the Hart and Bell practices in Henley will find themselves in temporary accommodation from Monday. Over the weekend both practices will be moving into the adapted former health clinic and temporary buildings at the entrance to the Townlands Hospital site. The move will enable work to begin on a £1 million project to expand and refurbish the existing surgery premises at the hospital for the Hart practice and to build a new surgery in the car park of the Bell practice.





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