Tuesday, 22 May 2018

Refurbished hall holds the key for future generations

Refurbished hall holds the key for future generations

VILLAGERS celebrated the completion of a £400,000 refurbishment at Eye and Dunsden village hall. The building, which has been ...

 

Cooking oil

RESIDENTS of Henley and surrounding villages may now recycle up to one litre of cooking oil by pouring it into a plastic bottle and ...

 

Council divided over plans to fence off field used by school

COUNCILLORS are divided over plans to fence off a green space in Benson. The village’s primary school wants to re-fence its playing ...

 

Estate agent donation for children’s activities

Estate agent donation for children’s activities

A GORING estate agent has donated £500 to the village library. The money from Warmingham in High Street will go towards a range of ...

 

Scarecrows

THIS year’s Sonning Scarecrow Trail will be held on May 27 and 28. The ninth biennial trail will see thousands of visitors flock to ...

 

No royal party

A PARTY to mark the Royal Wedding in Nettlebed has been cancelled due to the lack of interest and ticket sales. It was due to be held ...

 

Pop-up books

A LIBRARY will open in Stoke Row village hall on the first and third Mondays of the month, except bank holidays, from 1pm to 3pm.

 

Volunteer cleaner who hates moaning receives award

Volunteer cleaner who hates moaning receives award

A MAN who started a group to help keep Benson tidy has been honoured for his efforts. John Sharman, 59, was presented with the Don ...

 

Signs installed at nature reserve

Signs installed at nature reserve

NEW signage is being installed at the Withymead nature reserve near Goring. It will replace the old black and white signs which have ...

 

Maze tidy-up

A VOLUNTEER working party to tidy Whitchurch’s village maze will meet at the site off Hardwick Road at 10am tomorrow (Saturday). Tools ...

 

Caring week

A GORING business is to host a week of events to mark Dementia Action Week starting on Monday. The Care Hub at The Arcade, off High ...

 

Shorter gardening festival kicks off with floral flotilla

Shorter gardening festival kicks off with floral flotilla

THE fifth annual Chelsea Fringe Henley festival will start with a floral flotilla this Sunday. Ten boats are signed up so far for the ...

 

Call box to noticeboard

A DISUSED phone box in Wargrave could be turned into a noticeboard. The parish council, which has owned the former BT kiosk in Blakes ...

 

Repairs to BMX track

THE BMX track in Wargrave needs repairs — less than two years after it was resurfaced. The tarmac track in Kings Field, off East View ...

 

Bluebell walk

THE Whitchurch Society will host a bluebell walk on Sunday. It will leave from the Art Gallery at 10.30am and the five-and-a-half mile ...

 

Moving tributes

THE family of George Michael have asked for tributes outside of his home in Goring to be removed. The pop star, who lived at Mill ...

 

HMP Huntercombe Independent monitoring board

EVER wondered what it’s really like inside a prison? How does it operate, what do prisoners do, how are they treated and how does the ...

 

Residents stage protest at school’s park annexe plan

Residents stage protest at school’s park annexe plan

MORE than 100 residents held a community picnic on part of a recreation ground which could be fenced off for use by a school. The ...

 

Charity demo

A FLOWER arranging demonstration will be given at Watlington Methodist Chapel on Thursday at 11am. To attend costs £12.50, which ...

 

Long walks

TWO events are to be held to mark the 20th anniversary of Goring’s health walks. There will be a two-course carvery lunch at Goring ...

 

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