Sunday, 26 September 2021

Results of the 72nd Binfield Heath Flower Show and Companion Dog Show

ABOUT 1,500 people attended the 72nd annual Binfield Health Flower and Companion Dog Show, which was held at Holmwood on Saturday, ...

 

It feels like the Fifties again with return of traditional village show

It feels like the Fifties again with return of traditional village show

THE village show returned to Binfield Heath after a year off because of the coronavirus pandemic. It was the 72nd year of the flower ...

 

Cottage ‘would be carbuncle’

REVISED plans for a new home in Binfield Heath have upset neighbours. The Stacey family want to build a cottage next to their existing ...

 

Antiques valued at floral show

THE new chairman of the Binfield Heath Flower Show say he is excited to be bringing it back after a year’s absence. The 72nd annual ...

 

Distiller masters the art of making Henley gin

Distiller masters the art of making Henley gin

A MAN who gave up his university course to sell cocktails puts his own brand of gin on sale today (Friday). At 27, Jacob Wilson has ...

 

Show returns

BINFIELD Heath Flower Show will return this summer after a year’s absence. The annual show, which was cancelled last year due to the ...

 

Housing blueprint

A NEIGHBOURHOOD plan is to be devised by Binfield Heath Parish Council. The council says the document will allow residents to have a ...

 

Grabber offer

AN organised litter-pick in Binfield Heath will not take place this year. However, residents who collect rubbish on their walks, you ...

 

Twins run 148km in aid of children with brain injury

Twins run 148km in aid of children with brain injury

TEENAGE twins from Binfield Heath ran 148km over a month for a charity. Tom and Mima Bonser, 13, were raising money for Robbie’s Rehab,...

 

Bus collision

Bus collision

A BUS and a car collided head on in Binfield Heath. The incident involving the Arriva 800 service and a Vauxhall Corsa happened in ...

 

Reoffender

A MAN who shared intimate photos of a woman with one of her relatives has had the terms of his prison sentence toughened. Dean Martin,...

 

Afternoon tea good enough to serve England footballer

Afternoon tea good enough to serve England footballer

DAWN JOHNSON has come a long way since she was a young mother cooking for her family. Her children would call her gravy “Evian” after ...

 

Safety patrols

POLICE have stepped up patrols in Binfield Heath to deter drug users following several burglaries in the village last month.

 

Accident blackspot measures working

Accident blackspot measures working

NEW safety features which were installed at an accident blackspot in Binfield Heath appear to be working. There have been no reports ...

 

Villager worried by rise in visitors coming to exercise

Villager worried by rise in visitors coming to exercise

A MAN from Binfield Heath is concerned about people using the village as a walking hot spot during the coronavirus lockdown. Stephen ...

 

Pub shuts takeaway kiosk because it’s too popular

Pub shuts takeaway kiosk because it’s too popular

A PUB in Binfield Heath has decided to close a takeaway kiosk after attracting too many visitors. The Bottle & Glass Inn had been ...

 

No pantomime so props are used in villages’ fun trail

No pantomime so props are used in villages’ fun trail

MORE than 60 gardens in Shiplake and Binfield Heath were decorated with a theme of pantomime to form a Christmas trail. The initiative ...

 

Wool you believe it?

Wool you believe it?

A MYSTERY artist has struck again in Binfield Heath. A bus shelter in Shiplake Row was decorated with crocheted lights, Christmas ...

 

Village carols

A GROUP of 10 carol singers performed in the centre of Binfield Heath on Saturday evening and raised £130 for charity. The performers, ...

 

Councils welcome rethink on planning shake-up

Councils welcome rethink on shake-up of planning system

THE Government’s decision to revise its reform of the planning system has been welcomed by councils and campaigners. Housing Secretary ...

 

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