Sunday, 21 April 2019

Developer gives up

A DEVELOPER has abandoned plans to build 245 new homes on farmland in Emmer Green. Gladman Homes wanted to develop three fields ...

 

Snowdrop sale raises £1,000 for church

Snowdrop sale raises £1,000 for church

A SALE of snowdrops in Dunsden raised about £1,000 for the village church. More than 300 people visited All Saints’ to buy both ...

 

Returning folk stars

JON WHITLEY and Jay Labouchardière, of Ninebarrow, will return to Dunsden village hall on March 23, just over a year after their last ...

 

Developer fails in last-ditch bid for 245 homes

Developer fails in last-ditch bid for 245 homes

A DEVELOPER’S last-ditch bid to get permission for 245 new homes on farmland has failed. Gladman Homes asked the High Court to ...

 

Snowdrop day

SNOWDROP Sunday will be held at All Saints’ Church in Dunsden on February 17. The church will be open from 10am to 5pm and there will ...

 

Snowdrop fun day

AN afternoon of free entertainment follows the traditional snowdrop service at All Saints Church in Dunsden on February 17. There will ...

 

‘Cannabis’ plants and equipment fly-tipped

‘Cannabis’ plants and equipment fly-tipped

A LARGE pile of fly-tipped plants near Dunsden was reported to the police by a member of the public who suspected it came from a ...

 

Silversmith students stage jewellery exhibition and sale

Silversmith students stage jewellery exhibition and sale

JEWELLERY and decorative items made by silversmith graduates was put on display to the public. The annual Christmas exhibition and ...

 

Head brewer retires... but will return for few more pints

Head brewer retires... but will return for few more pints

THE head brewer at the Loddon Brewery in Dunsden has retired after more than 15 years’ service. Steve Brown joined the business when ...

 

Perfect day for ploughing whether by modern tractor or old horse

Perfect day for ploughing whether by modern tractor or old horse

DOZENS of competitors took part in the 127th annual Henley ploughing match on Sunday. Hundreds of people attended the event, which is ...

 

Secret dig at Somme

TWO men are to give a talk about their ancestors’ role in tunnelling under enemy lines during the First World War. Robin Sanderson and ...

 

Supper quiz

A QUIZ night will be held at Dunsden village hall on October 20 from 7pm. Tickets, which cost £12 and includes a fish and chip supper, ...

 

Fitness check

A FREE fitness check for the over-60s will be held at Dunsden village hall on October 11 from 9.30am. The event is part of South ...

 

Scythe demo

A DEMONSTRATION of scything by Clive Leeke will take place at Dunsden community orchard on September 30 at 2pm.

 

‘Parasitic’ home scheme not needed, inquiry hears

PLANS to build 245 homes on farmland to the north of Emmer Green should be refused as there are enough housing sites elsewhere in ...

 

Great War talk

AN illustrated talk on the contribution of Indian soldiers to British efforts in the First World War will take place at Dunsden ...

 

Council needs more land to meet housing need, says developer

HUNDREDS of extra homes need to be built in South Oxfordshire every year to meet targets for a new housing deal, a planning appeal ...

 

Inquiry to look again at bid for 245 homes

A PLANNING inquiry will resume on Wednesday to see if plans for 245 homes on the northern edge of Emmer Green will go ahead. It will ...

 

Brewery’s road open

A ROAD closure that was blamed for halving a brewery’s footfall and takings over the summer has been lifted after almost three months. ...

 

Thames Water roadworks have halved our takings

Thames Water roadworks have halved our takings

A BREWERY owner says his shop takings have been halved this summer because of work to replace water pipes. Chris Hearn, director of ...

 

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