Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Cricketers get on bikes to help sports pavilion appeal

Cricketers get on bikes to help sports pavilion appeal

CRICKETERS completed a sponsored bike ride in aid of the £300,000 renovation of the sports pavilion in Peppard. Members of Peppard ...

 

Cheaper light

THE lights at Stoke Row sports pavilion have been changed to LED bulbs to save both energy and money. Meanwhile, potholes in the road ...

 

Clarification

REPORT in last week's Henley Standard incorrectly stated that Rhoda Foster, a former chairwoman of Henley Stroke Club, is in her ...

 

Mooring fees

HENLEY Town Council is proposing to increase the cost of Hobbs of Henley’s mooring licence for Red Lion Lawn by £200 to £4,400 and the ...

 

History talk

HISTORIAN Simon Draper, who compiled the official history of Goring, will give a talk at a meeting of the Goring Gap Local History ...

 

Ideas for recreation ground

A CYCLE track was among suggestions put forward by residents for a new recreation ground in Sonning Common. The parish council is ...

 

Speed checks

TRAFFIC speeds and volumes in Whitchurch have been measured. Monitoring equipment was loaned to the village for a week by Oxfordshire ...

 

Recyclable veg shop

AN organic farm in Whitchurch is trying to raise £7,600 to improve its vegetable shop. Tolhurst Organic, which is based at the ...

 

Warning for hall vandals

YOUTHS in Woodcote have been warned not to climb on the roof of the village hall. Vandals scaled the building several times over the ...

 

View of austerity Britain (during the Forties)

View of austerity Britain (during the Forties)

AN exhibition has been launched at the River & Rowing Museum in Henley which looks at life in Britain during the Forties. Invited ...

 

Museum must be more interesting and relevant

Museum must be more interesting and relevant

THE new director of the River & Rowing Museum in Henley is aiming to attract more visitors from the local community. Sarah Posey, who ...

 

Bill boosts access to countryside

CONSERVATIONISTS have welcomed the Government’s support for public access to the countryside in the new Agriculture Bill. The Bill ...

 

Fun palace

FREE children’s events will be held at Caversham library tomorrow (Saturday) as part of “Fun Palaces”, a national campaign to promote ...

 

Grants offer

SMALL cash grants for students in education beyond A-level in the Woodcote area are now being offered. The Dr Griffith Higgs ...

 

History of military hospital revealed

AN exhibition about the military hospital that once occupied the site of the Oratory School in Woodcote has opened at the village ...

 

Totem pole artworks put up in meadow after all

Totem pole artworks put up in meadow after all

A COMMUNITY art project created by residents of Whitchurch, Woodcote and Goring has gone ahead despite fears that it would have to be ...

 

Family told sorry, no mausoleum

A FAMILY’S request for a private mausoleum at the Fairmile Cemetery in Henley is set to be refused. The town council, which is ...

 

Deer-proofed

NEW fencing has been installed at the Greencroft allotments in Henley to protect the plots and produce from deer.

 

River moorings in need of repair

THE river moorings in Henley are in need of repair. The temporary and permanent moorings in Mill Meadows and the river frontage in ...

 

Remember with trees

TREES could be planted in Henley to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War. Oxfordshire County Council has partnered ...

 

Looking for a job?

Telesales

Location Henley-on-Thames

Telesales Immediate start Full or part-time Want to work at one of Henley’s most successful and well established ...

 

Receptionist

WATLINGTON PRIMARY SCHOOL – RECEPTIONIST Closing date: 21/09/2018 at 12:00 Interview date: 26/09/2018 Contract/Hours: ...