Sunday, 28 May 2017

Passengers benefiting from new timetable

Passengers benefiting from new timetable

PASSENGERS are benefiting from a new train timetable on the Henley branch line, say rail campaigners. The timetable came into effect ...

 

Scout 'dogsbody' receives award for long service and achievement

Scout 'dogsbody' receives award for long service and achievement

A MAN from Wargrave who joined the village scout group after leaders were impressed by his enthusiastic singing has received one of ...

 

Junior footballers celebrate successful season with public open day

Junior footballers celebrate successful season with public open day

MORE than 150 junior footballers attended at an open day for a club in Wargrave. Wargrave Wolves held the event at the recreation ...

 

Exchange visit

Exchange visit

A food swapping event has relocated to Henley. Apples for Eggs, which previously took place in Wargrave, held its first event at the ...

 

Wargrave Local History Society

A PRESENTATION on the history of airships was given by Peter Trout, chairman of the Berkshire Industrial Archaeology Group, at the ...

 

Try bowls

AN open day will be held at Wargrave Bowls Club in East View Road on Sunday from 11am to 3pm. Visitors will be able to play taster ...

 

Appeal for triathletes

COMPETITORS are still needed to take part in this year’s Wargrave triathlon. The event, which is part of the village festival, will be ...

 

Orchestral concert

A CHAMBER orchestra will stage a concert at next month’s Wargrave Village Festival. The Academy of St Martin in the Fields, which was ...

 

Could you be a Firefighter in Wargrave?

Wargrave fire station is still appealing for locals to join as retained firefighters. The station in Victoria Road was spared from ...

 

The Merchant of Venice comes to Wargrave

The Merchant of Venice comes to Wargrave

A THEATRE group in Wargrave will perform William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice at next month’s village festival, writes Jamie ...

 

Six businesses forced out of garden centre

SIX businesses have been forced to leave the site of a garden centre near Wargrave for being unlawful. Hare Hatch Sheeplands had been ...

 

Copycat sister

Copycat sister

A GIRL from Wargrave won an Easter colouring competition at Hare Hatch Sheeplands. Jessica Harris, six, (pictured) of Victoria Road, ...

 

Neighbour opposes houses

PLANS for two new houses in the grounds of the former police station in Wargrave have been opposed by parish councillors and ...

 

Fairytale performances by young dancers in charity show

Fairytale performances by young dancers in charity show

MORE than 150 dancers took part in a show by the Madelaine Kelly School of Dancing in Wargrave. The school, based at the Woodclyffe ...

 

Stud sold

A STUD farm near Wargrave which produced champion racehorses including Frankel and Dancing Brave has been sold. Juddmonte Farms, which ...

 

Entries open for village 10km and fun run

RUNNERS are now able to enter the 35th Wargrave 10km race organised by Wargrave Runners. The race will take place on Sunday, June 11, ...

 

Swim warning

BOAT users have been warned to look out for swimmers at this year’s Wargrave sprint triathlon. More than 100 people are expected to ...

 

Pricey fence

THE play area in the recreation ground off Recreation Road, Wargrave, could be fenced. Wargrave Parish Council has been given a quote ...

 

Memorial clean

THE war memorial in Wargrave is to be cleaned before next month’s village festival. The memorial in Mill Green was due to be cleaned ...

 

'Good' surgery

WARGRAVE Surgery has been rated “good” following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission. The practice in Victoria Road was ...

 

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