Friday, 18 June 2021

Release delay ‘disappointing’

Release delay ‘disappointing’

BUSINESSES and event organisers in Henley say they are disappointed by the delay in the easing of coronavirus restrictions. Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed on Monday that the final stage of the roadmap out of lockdown had been put back until...

Town and community manager resigns

Town and community manager resigns

HENLEY’S town and community manager has resigned after nearly five years. Helen Barnett, whose job was to improve the economic vibrancy of the town, said she had decided to leave after a “challenging” couple of months. Henley Town Council, which...
Now golf club wants new family attraction on part of old course

Now golf club wants new family attraction on part of old course

A FAMILY golf centre could be created in Chalkhouse Green. Reading Golf Club has applied for planning permission for a wooden “lodge” to serve a new nine-hole course off Tanners Lane also offering both foot and disc golf. Residents have opposed the...
Plans finally submitted for ‘eyesore’ hotel at station

Plans finally submitted for ‘eyesore’ hotel at station

PLANS for a five-storey Premier Inn on the car park at Henley station have been formally submitted. An application for the 115-room hotel has been made to South Oxfordshire District Council, the planning authority, by Blocwork, a partnership between...
£38,000 artificial pitch appeal

£38,000 artificial pitch appeal

PARENTS and staff at Whitchurch Primary School are aiming to raise £38,000 for a new artificial pitch. The existing one was installed in 2008 following a similar appeal but must now be replaced as it was only meant to last a decade. Its lifespan has...

Plants sale

FLOWERS and vegetable plants are now on sale in aid of St Thomas’s Church in Goring. They are being sold by Simon and Abi Tyrell, who ...

Council set to declare ecological emergency

Council set to declare ecological emergency

AN ecological emergency is set to be declared by Henley Town Council. Councillor Stefan Gawrysiak is to put a motion to the planning ...

Help for people still affected by pandemic

A NEW programme has been launched to help residents of Oxfordshire most affected by coronavirus. Move Together has received £362,975 ...

We must fight for change to ensure our survival

We must fight for change to ensure our survival

COVID-19 has shown us that we are capable of profound change in the face of an emergency. As a leadership coach, I am in the business ...

Bridge work

Bridge work

HENLEY Bridge will be reduced to a single lane from tonight (Friday) for the installation of fibre optic broadband. The work will take ...

25-year-olds being offered covid vaccine

25-year-olds being offered covid vaccine

SURGERIES in Henley are offering the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine to 25-year-olds. The Hart Surgery has now given 6,793 first ...

New tree planters

TWO trees in planters have been placed in Hart Street, Henley. They are situated outside the Harris + Hoole coffee shop and the Marc ...

Refill appeal

VOLUNTEERS are needed to help maintain the Henley food bank. They will be required to collect food from the donation point at the ...

Golf day raises £2,500 for Chiltern Centre in 12th year

Golf day raises £2,500 for Chiltern Centre in 12th year

A CHARITY golf day was held at Badgemore Golf Club in Henley in aid of the town’s Chiltern Centre for disabled young people. Sixty ...

Developer wins appeal over three new homes

PLANS to demolish a house in Henley and build three in its place have been approved on appeal Palatine Homes, of Beaconsfield, had ...

Many happy returns, Your Majesty

Many happy returns, Your Majesty

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PENSIONERS enjoyed a tea party in Henley to celebrate the Queen’s 91st birthday. About 80 guests attended the free event, which took ...

Join car club and save some money

Join car club and save some money

RESILIENCE is a word being used more often nowadays. Obviously it has been around for ages but it only really filtered into my ...

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Plants sale

FLOWERS and vegetable plants are now on sale in aid of St Thomas’s Church in Goring. They are being sold by Simon and Abi Tyrell, who live at Mill Cottage, next to the church, for ... [more]

 
Nets ‘too big’

Nets ‘too big’

ENFORCEMENT officers are investigating an alleged breach of planning conditions at the recreation ground in Gallowstree Common.  The alleged breach includes a 5m extension of ... [more]

 

More hours

THE Fish charity in Sonning Common has extended its opening hours. The office in Lea Road is now open from 9am to noon every weekday. Meanwhile, the charity is looking for an ... [more]

 

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We have a Dental Nurse opportunity at BLANDY HOUSE DENTAL PRACTICE. We are growing our dental nursing team and ...