Monday, 14 October 2019

Reading appoint Mark Bowen as new manager

Reading appoint Mark Bowen as new manager

FORMER Welsh international full-back Mark Bowen is the new manager of Reading Football Club. He steps up from his position as sporting director to become Royals boss and succeeds Jose Gomes who was sacked last week. Bowen, who has more than 20 years’...
Ears, nose and throat clinics set to move in

Ears, nose and throat clinics set to move in

PART of the ear, nose and throat department at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading could move to Townlands Memorial Hospital in Henley. It comes after the Henley Standard revealed that the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust wanted to increase...

Woman told she can stay in UK after Brexit

Councillor told she can stay in UK after Brexit

A COUNCILLOR who moved to Britain from Bulgaria almost two decades ago has been told she may stay in the country after Brexit following a dispute with the Home Office. Maggie Filipova-Rivers, who represents Goring on South Oxfordshire District...

File picture of Henley and Goring ramblers

Walkers in stand off with estate’s shooting party

A WALKING group has criticised a private estate after a shooting party refused to cease fire to let them pass. Twelve members of the Henley and Goring Ramblers were walking along the public footpath from Fingest to Ibstone on Thursday last week when...

Climate campaigners join two-week demonstration

Climate campaigners join two-week demonstration

CAMPAIGNERS from Extinction Rebellion’s Henley branch journeyed to London this week to take part in a mass protest on climate change. Protesters were hoping to “shut down parliament” with their demonstrations, with members of the Henley group saying...

Housing plan set to be shelved despite funding loss threat

Housing plan set to be shelved despite funding loss threat

COUNCILLORS recommended withdrawing the emerging South Oxfordshire Local Plan and replacing it with a new “ambitious” housing ...

Pub told to improve its hygiene standards

Pub told to improve its hygiene standards

FOUR businesses in the Henley area scored poorly in their most recent food hygiene inspections. The New Inn at Kidmore End got only ...

Bridge blackout

Blackout

AN artist who wanted to attach lights on to Henley Bridge permanently says he may now scrap the project after permission was turned ...

New car park firm appointed

New car park firm appointed

A NEW contractor has been appointed to enforce the parking restrictions at Townlands Hospital in Henley. Saba Park Services is to take ...

Father given year to live told he is cancer free

Father given year to live told he is cancer free

A FATHER who believed he wouldn’t live until Christmas after being diagnosed with a rare form of cancer has been given the all clear. ...

Children's panto move would be 'tragic'

Children's panto move would be 'tragic'

JOHNNY BALL says it would be “tragic” to move a popular children’s Christmas pantomine in Henley. Henley Children’s Theatre has had an ...

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Caversham care home plans considered

PLANS to replace three properties with a care home in Caversham are being considered by Reading Borough Council. Signature Senior Lifestyles, wants to demolish the houses from 199 ... [more]

 

Green meet

AN environmental campaign group in Henley is holding an information event on Monday. Greener Henley, formerly Henley in Transition, will give a short presentation on its new ... [more]

 

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