Thursday, 15 November 2018

Ten Years Ago

YOUNG thug Jasdip Hulait thought that he had got away with it. For four years police

YOUNG thug Jasdip Hulait thought that he had got away with it. For four years police were unable to trace who had savagely beaten a constable with an iron bar while escaping from an armed robbery. But persistence by the officer leading the hunt for the three-man gang who robbed the One Stop shop in Greys Road, Henley, in December 2000 finally paid off this week when Hulait was jailed.

The 11,500-name petition to save Townlands Hospital was delivered to 10 Downing Street yesterday. Members of the Townlands Action Group, which organised the petition, delivered it with the help of Henley MP Boris Johnson. More than 20 supporters of the campaign joined the trip to London, during which members also delivered a montage of the save Townlands march and a letter to Prime Minister Tony Blair.

A couple are calling on landowners to stop using barbed wire fences after finding a trapped deer screaming in agony. Judy and Martin Whittaker, of Lambridge Wood Road, Henley, helped save the young doe fallow deer after finding it tangled in a barbed wire fence.



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