Friday, 04 December 2020

Pre-school in appeal for money to ensure survival

Pre-school in appeal for money to ensure survival

THE pre-school in Wargrave is hoping to bounce back after a tough year. Most of its planned fundraising activities have had to be ...

 

Meter cover still broken

CONCERNS have been raised about a broken water meter cover at the recreation ground in Wargrave. The concrete cover has shattered into ...

 

New supply on the way

A WATER supply for the new cricket square at Kings Field in Wargrave should be in place before next season. It has cost the parish ...

 

Live theatre returns with comedy play set in pandemic

Live theatre returns with comedy play set in pandemic

LIVE indoor theatre will return to Wargrave next month with a comedy play that reflects the difficulties of 2020. Wargrave Theatre ...

 

Notices in old call box

AN old telephone box in Wargrave will be used to house a community noticeboard. The kiosk in Blakes Lane was decommissioned by BT and ...

 

Kiosk plan site hitch

A COFFEE kiosk could be set up at the recreation ground in Wargrave. It would be overseen by Cuppa Joe & Co, which runs a similar ...

 

Prize raffle for school

AN online Christmas raffle has been organised by the parent-teacher association of Robert Piggott infant and junior schools. Tickets ...

 

Surgery ‘coping well with covid’

MOST patients feel that Wargrave Surgery has responded well to the coronavirus pandemic. The surgery sent out a survey to 1,678 ...

 

Wargrave Local History Society

Wargrave Local History Society

WARGRAVE Local History Society’s November meeting featured an illustrated presentation given by John Painter using Zoom about ...

 

Scout groups coping well in face of virus challenge

SCOUT groups in the Henley area say they are coping well despite the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. The children and their ...

 

Pyjama day raises cash

Pyjama day raises cash

CHILDREN at Robert Piggott junior and infant schools in Wargrave raised £619 by wearing their pyjamas in return for a donation. ...

 

Opposition to house plan

PLANS for a new house in Wargrave would cause harm to the green belt, say parish councillors. Steve Tysoe wants to demoloish his ...

 

Village’s last surviving Second World War veteran marks Armistice Day

Village’s last surviving Second World War veteran marks Armistice Day

A SMALL ceremony was held in Wargrave to mark Armistice Day. Members of the Wargrave branch of the Royal British Legion wanted to mark ...

 

Scouts will post cards

THE scouts in Wargrave will be running their annual Christmas card delivery service this year. Collection boxes will be at the A&I ...

 

Grant scheme to help children and families in need

THE leader of Wokingham Borough Council has welcomed the Government’s latest efforts to help children and families in need. The Covid ...

 

Woman running for sick girl on other side of world

A WOMAN is trying to run 100 miles this month to help a little girl on the other side of the world receive the cancer treatment she ...

 

28 advent windows on trail

THE locations for this year’s Wargrave advent window trail have been confirmed. Windows are decorated in a festive way and families ...

 

Woman running for sick girl on other side of world

Woman running for sick girl on other side of world

A WOMAN wants to run 100 miles in November to help a little girl get the cancer treatment she desperately needs. Victoria Wickins, who ...

 

Parents’ night

FAMILIES are being encouraged to register for an online parents’ night hosted by the Piggott School in Wargrave. The secondary school ...

 

Footbridge campaign to consider ferry idea

A SEASONAL ferry service could be introduced in Wargrave as a temporary fix for the lack of a river crossing. Members of the ...

 

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