Tuesday, 25 September 2018

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FORGED £10 notes are circulating in Henley — and police fear that a counterfeit gang from

FORGED £10 notes are circulating in Henley — and police fear that a counterfeit gang from London could be responsible. A senior police officer has warned people to be vigilant as fears grow that more of the counterfeit cash could already have made its way into town. In one incident at New Bell Street Motors, a man drove off at speed after paying for petrol with a phoney £10 note.

The village school in Harpsden faces the threat of closure when it is forced to take on its own budget from April next year. The school will have to cope with a delegated budget from Oxfordshire County Council based largely on the number of pupils.

Complaints by Henley residents that they are being woken every morning by loud banging noises from their water pipes are being investigated by Thames Water. Two neighbours thought they were alone in suffering the problem every day since April. That was until they attended the Ancastle Green Residents’ Society’s annual meeting and discovered that every other householder there was complaining about the same problem.





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