Monday, 17 January 2022

Mud pies and witches’ potions for imaginative minds

Mud pies and witches’ potions for imaginative minds

EARLY years pupils at Kidmore End Primary School have a new outdoor play area.  The school’s parent teacher association raised £5,...

 

Bridge lights plan returns

Bridge lights plan returns

HENLEY Bridge is set to be lit up again. A small group of business people called Make Henley Shine has drawn up plans to attach 470 ...

 

Hall work to finish in January

THE opening of the refurbished parish hall in Benson has been delayed again. The building in Sunnyside was due to re-open on September ...

 

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 ...

 

Playground contractor

A CONTRACTOR has been chosen to build the children’s playground at the new recreation ground in Sonning Common.  Kompan, of Milton ...

 

Garden trees

TREES including beech, privet and hazel are to be planted on the boundary of Mansle Garden in Watlington. Parish councillors said the ...

 

Protection for pitch

HENLEY YMCA has been awarded an £11,900 grant to safeguard its artificial football pitch. The money from the Football Foundation will ...

 

Library poster

Library poster

TWO supporters of Watlington library have produced an illustrated poster and poem to raise money towards running costs. Dr John ...

 

Digital sign for bus shelter

A DIGITAL bus shelter sign is to be installed in Woodcote. This will tell passengers what buses are on their way and the time they are ...

 

Clubs asked by council to look after sports pavilion

Clubs asked by council to look after sports pavilion

THE football and cricket clubs in Watlington have been asked to take over responsibility for the upkeep of the village’s sports ...

 

Bank closed

LLOYDS Bank in Henley closed down on Thursday last week. The branch in Reading Road was one of 19 nationwide that were scheduled to ...

 

Good idea but we’re not prepared yet, say chairmen

BOTH sports clubs said they were interested in looking after the pavilion but were cautious about agreeing to do so in the near future....

 

Meadows awarded green flag for eighth year

Meadows awarded green flag for eighth year

A BEAUTY spot in Henley has received a national award for the eighth year in a row. Mill Meadows retained its Green Flag Award, which ...

 

Filled-in slipway still not restored despite promises

Filled-in slipway still not restored despite promises

A SLIPWAY in Henley has still not been restored 15 months after it was filled in. The area in Thames Side at the bottom of Friday ...

 

Rhymes return

RHYMETIME sessions for children under five will return to Henley library next month. They will be held every Monday from 9.30am to ...

 

Rhyme return

RHYME time sessions at Sonning Common library have restarted. They will take place from 10am on every first and third Monday of the ...

 

High-speed broadband opportunity

NEW high-speed broadband is to be installed in Woodcote. Airband, an independent internet provider, has been asked by Oxfordshire ...

 

Hoard on show at first library event since lockdown ended

Hoard on show at first library event since lockdown ended

ABOUT 30 people attended a private viewing of the Watlington hoard replica at the town’s library as part of the Chilterns Heritage ...

 

Bridge sign marks end of Oxfordshire Way

Bridge sign marks end of Oxfordshire Way

A NEW sign has been installed at Henley Bridge to mark one end of the Oxfordshire Way. It was unveiled on Monday by Henley Mayor Sarah ...

 

White Mark art display

A PAINTING of the Watlington White Mark is on display at the town’s library this month. James Kelso’s oil work depicts the chalk scar ...

 

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