Thursday, 29 July 2021

Families volunteer to fish old rubbish out of river

Families volunteer to fish old rubbish out of river

MORE than 60 people took part in a clean-up of the River Thames in Henley. The volunteers met up on Red Lion Lawn, where they were provided with litter-pickers, high-vis vests and bin bags before setting off on boats and paddleboards. The event was...
BREAKING: Boys found guilty of murdering teenager

Boys found guilty of murdering teenager

TWO teenagers have been found guilty of murdering a 13-year-old boy in Emmer Green. Oliver Stephens, known as Olly, was stabbed twice in the chest and back on January 3 after being “lured” to Bugs Bottom fields between Hunters Chase and Gravel Hill....

Drainage plan could ‘pollute water and worsen flooding’

Drainage plan could ‘pollute water and worsen flooding’

PLANS to drain floodwater from a new housing site in Shiplake into the River Thames at Henley should not go ahead, according to an environmental consultant. HR Wallingford, which was hired by Henley Town Council to investigate the proposal by...

Customers stick with masks as rules ease

Customers stick with masks as rules ease

MOST customers of shops, pubs, restaurants and other Henley businesses are still wearing face masks even though it is no longer ...

Boy stabbed after refusal to be ‘humiliated’ in fight

Boy stabbed after refusal to be ‘humiliated’ in fight

A TEENAGER who has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of a 13-year-old boy told a court it was supposed to be a “one-on-one fist ...

Second smash at accident black spot in six weeks

Second smash at accident black spot in six weeks

TWO cars were badly damaged after colliding at an accident blackspot in Peppard. A red Range Rover and a black Peugeot were involved ...

Nominate ‘heroes’ for Festival tickets

Nominate ‘heroes’ for Festival tickets

ORGANISERS of the Henley Festival are giving away 50 pairs of day tickets to reward “heroes” from the coronavirus pandemic. Residents ...

Twinning groups merge to secure long-term future

Twinning groups merge to secure long-term future

TWO twinning associations in Henley have merged to try and secure their future. Officers and members of the Falaise and Leichlingen ...

Donations for funeral of man killed in hit and run accident

Donations for funeral of man killed in hit and run accident

ALMOST £1,400 has been raised in memory of a Henley man who was killed in a suspected hit and run incident. Kam Hulait, of Greys Road, ...

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Adventure golf backed

Adventure golf backed

PROPOSALS for an “adventure golf” course in Henley have attracted support following a public consultation. The town council, which is considering a £270,000 transformation of the ... [more]

 
Covid cases still rising

Covid cases still rising

CORONAVIRUS cases in the Henley area are continuing to rise. There were 425 new infections in South Oxfordshire during the past seven days compared with 329 the week before that ... [more]

 

Thank-you for support

A “BOOK of thanks” is being compiled to celebrate Goring residents’ efforts to support their neighbours through the coronavirus pandemic. The parish council has launched the ... [more]

 

Bungalow stays put

PLANS to demolish a bungalow in Henley and replace it with a higher number of houses and flats have been turned down by a planning inspector. John Gidman, of Marlow, wanted ... [more]

 

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