Tuesday, 26 March 2019

Boy scared to use skate park

Boy scared to use skate park

A DISABLED boy who was presented with a specialist wheelchair so he could go skating is scared to use Henley’s skate park following incidents of antisocial behaviour. Ben Sleet, nine, used to be a regular at the £290,000 skate park in Makins...

Friends come to boy’s rescue as he struggles in run

Friends come to boy’s rescue as he struggles in run

A BOY was helped to the finish line by his school friends during the Henley Youth Festival run on Saturday, writes David White. William Hall, eight, who attends Valley Road Primary School in Henley, was struggling at the back during the years three...
Pub landlord and chef joins best pie-makers

Pub landlord and chef joins best pie-makers

PIES have long been a staple of British pub grub. Now the Bull & Butcher in Turville can proudly boast to customers that its recipe is an award-winner. A venison pie made and served at the Holloway Lane pub has collected a gold award at the 2019...
Girl, 10, receives support at climate change protest

Girl, 10, receives support at climate change protest

A GIRL of 10 staged a protest about climate change in Henley town centre. Grace Gubbins, who attends Sacred Heart Primary School in Greys Hill, stood outside the town hall carrying a banner she had made the night before. The 6ft long banner read...
Saturday bus service could help improve air quality

Saturday bus service could help improve air quality

RESIDENTS of Henley enjoyed free bus travel on Saturday at the launch of a new town centre service. The town council has paid to extend the weekday service as a trial for a year. About 15 people attended the launch in front of the town hall, including...

Climate protest march

A MARCH for action on climate change will pass through Henley. Dozens of people are expected to take part in the Extinction Rebellion ...

Musician and hero

AN Olympic champion rower, war hero and talented pianist... there was little Fred Kelly couldn’t do. Now a CD of music composed by the ...

Comedian helping some amphibians

Comedian helping some amphibians

THE Henley Toad Patrol had a special visitor on Tuesday night in the shape of Russell Brand. The comedian, who lives near Henley, ...

Good year for toads

MORE than 6,600 toads have now been helped across a busy road by this year’s Henley Toad Patrol. In the past week more than 800 toads, ...

MP urges schools to back Young Climate Warriors scheme

MP urges schools to back Young Climate Warriors scheme

JOHN HOWELL has backed a new initiative that encourages young people to help tackle climate change, writes Jack Taylor. The Henley MP ...

Wargrave local history society

THE society’s annual meeting was held on Tuesday, March 12 when the past year was reviewed, a new committee elected and details of the ...

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Yes to angels

A FAMILY has been granted permission for a headstone at White Hill burial ground in Goring despite concerns that the design went against the rules. The parish council, which owns ... [more]

 

Marshals required for parade

VOLUNTEERS are needed to help marshal the Remembrance parade in Wargrave. Thames Valley Police says it will no longer provide traffic control for the event. Hundreds of people ... [more]

 

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