Sunday, 03 July 2022

Car parks now have 13 electric vehicle chargers

Car parks now have 13 electric vehicle chargers

HENLEY now has 13 public electric vehicle charging points. Six of the EZ Charge points have been installed at the Greys Road car park ...

 

Public toilets officially open after £145,000 makeover

Public toilets officially open after £145,000 makeover

THE refurbished public toilets in Greys Road car park in Henley have been officially opened. Mayor Michelle Thomas and other ...

 

Bin collection

BIN collections in South Oxfordshire will be affected by the platinum jubilee bank holidays. The district council says that from ...

 

First village loses banks, now post office to close

File image of post boxes

THE closure of Goring post office has been criticised by the chairman of the parish council. Bryan Urbick said it was the latest ...

 

Makeover for plaque that marks precious town green

Makeover for plaque that marks precious town green

“IF you want to get ahead, get a hat”. That is the motto of master signwriter Norman Ingram, a familiar figure in Henley who always ...

 

Sailing class

A DINGHY course is being run at Wargrave Boating Club next Saturday (May 28) and on Saturday, June 4. For more information, visit www....

 

Make Henley Shine raises £35,000 with new backers

Make Henley Shine raises £35,000 with new backers

PLANS to illuminate Henley Bridge have won the support of both Leander Club and Phyllis Court Club. The riverside clubs have signed up ...

 

Landowner creates diversion around closed river crossing

Landowner creates diversion around closed river crossing

SWISS financier Urs Schwarzenback has stepped in to help walkers get around the closure of a pedestrian bridge in Henley. The ...

 

Bridge closed in safety move

Bridge closed in safety move

A PEDESTRIAN bridge in Henley has been closed due to safety concerns. The Environment Agency shut the Marsh Head Horsebridge at Marsh ...

 

Walkers no longer welcome

Walkers no longer welcome

WALKERS who have been banned from using the grounds of the former Sue Ryder hospice in Nettlebed have accused the new owners of being ...

 

Cemetery entrance improved with new solid oak gates

Cemetery entrance improved with new solid oak gates

A SET of new solid oak gates has been installed at the entrance to Wargrave cemetery. A cap on one of the entrance pillars was also ...

 

£50,000 catering kitchen unveiled at 60-Plus Club

£50,000 catering kitchen unveiled at 60-Plus Club

A NEW catering kitchen has been unveiled at the 60-Plus Club in Henley. The £50,000 refurbishment includes a new a turbofan convection ...

 

Toilets revamp delay

Toilets revamp delay

PUBLIC toilets in Henley are finally set to re-open following refurbishment. The overhaul of the facilities in Greys Road car park ...

 

Car club drive

Car club drive

HENLEY car club is running an offer to encourage more people to sign up. The scheme, which was launched in April last year, has two ...

 

Bar on Red Lion Lawn

Bar on Red Lion Lawn

THE Terrace at Red Lion Lawn in Henley has re-opened ahead of the summer season. A pop-up bar will run every weekend, weather ...

 

Adventure golf proves a huge hit

Adventure golf proves a huge hit

MORE than 1,200 people took on the new adventure golf course in Henley during its first week of operation. Henley Town Council had ...

 

Boy’s campaign for basketball could succeed

Boy’s campaign for basketball could succeed

A BASKETBALL court could be built in Henley after a campaign started by an 11-year-old boy. George Allen, who lives off King James Way,...

 

Villagers to be asked if they want new £3m hall

Villagers to be asked if they want new £3m hall

RESIDENTS of Woodcote are to be asked if they would be in favour of the village hall being rebuilt at a cost of up to £3 million. The ...

 

Housing trust’s two new homes unveiled

Housing trust’s two new homes unveiled

TWO new houses built by the Henley and District Housing Trust were officially opened on Monday. The cottages in Greys Green are named ...

 

Hall aboard

WOODCLYFFE Hall in Wargrave is not being used enough, say councillors. The hall in High Street hosts regular ballet classes and ...

 

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