Tuesday, 19 June 2018

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TOWNLANDS Hospital’s casualty unit is not and has never been under threat of closure, claimed a top health

TOWNLANDS Hospital’s casualty unit is not and has never been under threat of closure, claimed a top health official this week. Dr Peter Dixon, director of public health for the West Berkshire Health Authority, told town councillors the possibility of closure had not been discussed.

The owner of Henley’s only kebab van has been moved from his town centre spot after allegations of noise and illegal parking. Mohammad Seylani-Zadeh claims the complaints are from restaurant owners who fear their trade is being threatened and his name has been blackened. He has launched a petition calling for his return and has more than 150 signatures from customers and local businesses.

Years of trying to have the public toilets taken out of the basement at Henley town hall finally look to be at an end. The town council has agreed to pay £17,000 in compensation to the district council to have the toilets relocated to Greys Road car park. Compensation has to be paid because the toilets remained district property after local government reorganisation.





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