Sunday, 25 October 2020

COVID-19: All your key questions answered…

COVID-19: All your key questions answered…

ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: With winter fast approaching, it is now more important than ever for us all to carry on following COVID-19 precautions to help stop the spread of the virus by always observing the three-tier local restrictions and remembering three key words – Hands, Face, Space. Please continue to wash your hands, cover your face and make space between yourself and others to control infection rates.

 

Oxfordshire close to ‘high’ coronavirus alert level

Oxfordshire close to ‘high’ coronavirus alert level

OXFORDSHIRE is close to moving into the next tier of coronavirus alert level. The number of cases in South Oxfordshire is up to 965, with 119 new cases in the last seven days. Recently, the county council discussed the possibility of going from...
NHS COVID-19 app helps us protect our loved ones

NHS COVID-19 app helps us protect our loved ones

ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: The NHS COVID-19 app can make a real difference to how we all tackle the pandemic, protecting our loved ones and those most at risk from coronavirus. Everyone aged 16 and over across England and Wales can download the app for free and play their part in combating the pandemic.

Campaigner gathers support for halting ‘rat-run’ HGVs

Campaigner gathers support for halting ‘rat-run’ HGVs

A WOMAN campaigning to ban heavy goods vehicles from using Henley as a “rat run” has been in the town centre drumming up support. Amanda Chumas, of Bell Street, is calling for a 7.5-tonne weight restriction on vehicles with no business in Henley....
Infections still on the increase

Infections still on the increase

THE rate of new coronavirus infections is continuing to increase across most of the Henley area. Laboratory tests have confirmed 99 new cases in the seven days leading up to Wednesday, including eight in the north of Henley and 10 in the south. Both...

Riverside meadows earn award for seventh year

Riverside meadows earn award for seventh year

HENLEY’S Mill and Marsh Meadows have received a national award for the seventh year in a row. The Green Flag Award recognises well ...

Use bus service or it will stop running, says Mayor

Use bus service or it will stop running, says Mayor

RESIDENTS of Henley have been urged to use the town’s new bus service or risk losing it. The message was delivered by the Mayor Ken ...

Cases still increasing

Cases still increasing

AT least 87 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in the Henley area over the past week. Government figures up to Wednesday show ...

Charity’s golf day switched to new venue due to virus

Charity’s golf day switched to new venue due to virus

A CHARITY golf day at Badgemore Park Golf Club in Henley raised thousands of pounds for the town’s Chiltern Centre for disabled young ...

New deli licence bid

A NEW grocery and deli in Henley has applied for a licence to sell alcohol. Zoe Cooper is to open the Henley Larder in Bell Street at ...

Theatre lover who can’t wait to re-open Kenton

Theatre lover who can’t wait to re-open Kenton

NO-ONE wants the Kenton Theatre to re-open more than Julie Huntington. The historic Henley venue has been closed for almost seven ...

Mayor denies council fails to welcome new businesses

Mayor denies council fails to welcome new businesses

A FORMER mayor of Henley has claimed that new businesses are not being given a proper welcome by the town council. But the current ...

Wine shop sign anger

Wine shop sign anger

NEWS signs for a A MAJESTIC Wine Outlet in Henley are being opposed by the town council. The company has applied for advertising ...

Office switch

Office switch

PLANS to convert the former Boots pharmacy unit in Henley have been approved. Sorbon Estates says the premises in West Lane could be ...

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 ...

Mary Berry is made a dame

Mary Berry is made a dame

MARY BERRY has become a dame in the Queen’s birthday honours. The cook, writer and television presenter, who lives in Henley, was ...

Coronavirus ‘disastrous for charities'

PHILANTHROPIST Fran Perrin believes the Indigo Trust’s efforts will continue to be crucial in helping organisations to survive the ...

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Mary Berry is made a dame

Mary Berry is made a dame

MARY BERRY has become a dame in the Queen’s birthday honours. The cook, writer and television presenter, who lives in Henley, was honoured for services to the culinary arts, ... [more]

 

Bags to cash

A FUNDRAISING event held in aid of Robert Piggott junior and infant schools in Wargrave raised £368. The Bag 2 School collection took place in the car park at the village ... [more]

 

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