Sunday, 18 November 2018

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FOLLOWING the refusal of plans to build low-cost housing at Huntercombe, local builder Frank Williams has appealed to

FOLLOWING the refusal of plans to build low-cost housing at Huntercombe, local builder Frank Williams has appealed to the public to support his scheme. Mr Williams wanted to build 14 one-bedroom flats in four blocks at Bradley Road but on Wednesday members of the southern area planning sub-committee said they were not convinced there was local demand.

Warnings to parents that paper body transfers could be impregnated with LSD have been denounced as a hoax by police. A spokesman for the Thames Valley Police drugs squad said that a warning letter circulated in several schools in the area should be disregarded.

Henley commuters will have to pay up to 25 per cent extra for a rail season ticket from January 6.



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