Monday, 28 September 2020

Appeal for ball cleaner

A CHARITY offering respite care for disabled children is raising money for a machine to keep its indoor ball pond clean. Camp Mohawk ...

 

New tennis court plan

A MAN from Wargrave wants to install a tennis court at his house. Tom Walsh has applied for planning permission to change the use of a ...

 

Neighbours object to container

NEIGHBOURS of Sheeplands Farm in Wargrave are trying to stop it having a new moveable building. The Twyford Road farm has applied for ...

 

Flu clinics available

FLU clinics will held at Wargrave Surgery tomorrow (Saturday) from 8am to noon. These are only for patients aged 65 and over who ...

 

Return of services

A WEEKLY Sunday service is being held at St Mary’s Church in Wargrave during this month. The 9am service is similar to the one that ...

 

Ballet and theatre back in hall

A PHASED re-opening of Woodclyffe Hall in Wargrave to host ballet classes and theatre rehearsals has been agreed. But the meeting room ...

 

Council leader: doubling number of new homes ‘unfair’

Council leader: doubling number of new homes ‘unfair’

THE leader of Wokingham Borough Council has criticised government proposals that he claims would mean 1,600 homes being built in the ...

 

Fencing to be repaired

REPAIRS are required to the fencing at the dog walking area on Kings Field in Wargrave. Parish clerk Stephen Hedges said the parish ...

 

Beware scam calls, says carer

A CARER from Wargrave is urging elderly and vulnerable residents to beware after receiving what she believes to be a scam telephone ...

 

Mystery of ‘dog trainer’

A MAN claiming to be a police dog trainer was confronted by a Wargrave parish councillor. Marion Pope went to inspect the BMX track in ...

 

Cafe too hot to use in summer

A PLANT nursery near Wargrave wants to make changes to its café so it can be used more. Hare Hatch Sheeplands has applied to Wokingham ...

 

New cafe will be cashless and paperless for safety

New cafe will be cashless and paperless for safety

A NEW coffee shop due to open in Wargrave in November will be both paperless and cashless. The owners of H’artisan Speciality Coffee ...

 

Takeaway pizza plan

A PIZZA marquee could be set up on the recreation ground in Wargrave. Nick Fyffe has asked the parish council for permission for two ...

 

Hedges problem

OVERGROWN hedges continue to cause problems for drivers in Wargrave. Parish councillor Marion Pope has contacted Wokingham Borough ...

 

Hidden Henley

AT least one riparian landowner in Willow Lane, Wargrave, has a sense of humour, or at least I think so. Surely there can be no other ...

 

Bible study

THE ladies’ Bible study group meets at St Mary’s Church in Wargrave every Tuesday at 9.30am.  For more information, call Camilla Cook ...

 

Evening call

THE Wednesday Evening Group in Wargrave is continuing to meet via conference call each week.  Newcomers are invited to join in from 7....

 

Couple seek permission for rebrand at new coffee shop

Couple seek permission for rebrand at new coffee shop

THE owners of a coffee shop in Wargrave have asked for permission to alter the front of the building.  Nick and Sarah Hart are ...

 

Couple’s flood-proof home plan approved

A COUPLE’S plans to build a flood-proof house in Wargrave have been approved. William and Kerry Woodward-Fisher will construct a ...

 

Flowers raise £150 for NHS

A FLOWER sale held in Wargrave raised £150 for the NHS.  Marion and Michael Pope, of Eastview Road, set up a stall at the entrance to ...

 

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