Sunday, 25 October 2020

White poppy wreaths on show at churches

White poppy wreaths on show at churches

WHITE poppy wreaths have been made by the Henley Quakers. They are being displayed by churches in the Churches Together group. This was founded in 1995 and consists of Christ Church United Reform Church, St Mary the Virgin and Sacred Heart,...
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 managed parks and green spaces and is given by Keep Britain Tidy. Under normal circumstances, the judges can choose to...
Children happy to be back at forest school, naturally

Children happy to be back at forest school, naturally

PUPILS at Nettlebed Community School are delighted to be taking part in forest school again. The children in years 2 and 5 have been enjoying a range of activities on the nature reserve in the school’s walled garden. They have been whittling objects...
Slimmer walking length of country for air ambulance

Slimmer walking length of country for air ambulance

A WOMAN who lost four stones by walking up to five miles a day now hopes to complete the distance from Land’s End to John O’Groats in a year for charity. Karen Wiles embarked on the challenge on Sepember 28 and has already logged more than 60 out of...
Woman surprised by singing family on 100th birthday

Woman surprised by singing family on 100th birthday

A WOMAN celebrated her 100th birthday on Saturday with a surprise singing performance by her family whom she hadn’t seen for seven months. Irene Townsend, who is known as Rene, lived in the Kidmore End area for most of her life but has lived at a...

Henley on Thames

Caversham

Ward changes

AN electoral ward in Caversham is set to be eliminated in a boundary shake-up. Mapledurham, which is represented by a single ... [more]

 

Drunk fined

A MAN has been fined £130 for being drunk and disorderly in public. Neil Jones, 29, of Mallory Avenue, Caversham, admitted the ... [more]

 

Sonning Common

Goring

Mend the Gap plea

A SCHEME set up to improve the appearance of the railway line through Goring and neighbouring villages is now seeking partners who ... [more]

 

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