Monday, 29 November 2021

Bright and beautiful: our dream house by the river

Bright and beautiful: our dream house by the river

IT was never the intention of Antony and Charlotte Narula to live in an award-winning house. Their passion for the river brought them to Wargrave in 2014 but it was another five years before they could move into their dream home. The couple’s idea...
Children’s group back in Kenton after peace talks

Children’s group back in Kenton after peace talks

THE Henley Children’s Theatre Group will return to the Kenton Theatre next year. The group has had an annual booking for its Christmas show at the New Street theatre since 1969. But in 2019 it became embroiled in a row with the theatre’s previous...
Thousands kick start Christmas at festival

Thousands kick start Christmas at festival

THOUSANDS of people attended the Henley Christmas Festival tonight (Friday) to kick start the festivities. The event, organised by the town council, began with Santa’s Grotto at Hotel du Vin’s courtyard in New Street. An elf checked if children were...

Our worst street for unlawful parking

Our worst street for unlawful parking

FRIDAY Street in Henley is the town’s worst road for illegal parking. A total of 39 offences was recorded there in the first two-and-half weeks after the return of civil enforcement. Oxfordshire County Council took over responsibility for parking...

Trees light up town

Trees light up town

NINETY-FOUR small Christmas trees have been installed at more than 40 Henley businesses. Henley Town Council encouraged shops and ...

Food bank charity warns of ‘tough’ winter to come

Food bank charity warns of ‘tough’ winter to come

A CHARITY in Henley has appealed for more support during the winter despite having its best ever year for fundraising during the ...

Girl’s watercolour of church is Mayor’s card

Girl’s watercolour of church is Mayor’s card

A GIRL has won the Mayor of Henley’s Christmas card competition with a painting of St Mary’s Church. Alice Vernon, eight, is a pupil ...

Traders angry at roadworks

Traders angry at roadworks

TRADERS in Henley are feeling frustrated after losing pre-Christmas shoppers due to roadworks. The town centre was clogged with ...

£800,000 to help festival and arts venues recover

£800,000 to help festival and arts venues recover

THE Henley Festival has received £220,346 from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund, which suppports arts organisations that were ...

Old wooden boat goes on display in hotel restaurant

Old wooden boat goes on display in hotel restaurant

A WOODEN dinghy built in 1895 has been suspended from the ceiling of the restaurant at the Relais Henley. The boat is on loan from the ...

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Traders angry at roadworks

Traders angry at roadworks

TRADERS in Henley are feeling frustrated after losing pre-Christmas shoppers due to roadworks. The town centre was clogged with traffic while work took place on traffic lights in ... [more]

 

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