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Henley residents are invited to attend Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group’s (OCCG) Board meeting and Annual Public Meeting on Thursday 24 September. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, both these events will be […]
In Henley on Thames, only 44 electric blankets were checked by Trading Standards’ fire safety officers last year. With a countywide 17% failure rate, the team is encouraging many more […]
This year’s Wildlife Photography Competition, ‘Colour in Nature’, organised by the River & Rowing Museum, once again invited local children to help them celebrate our natural world through the medium […]
Petrol heads take note — you no longer have watch 6.9 mpg polluters tearing around the track. Formula 1 may still be getting the chequered flag, but Formula E is […]
A group consisting of members of Clean Air for Henley, The Henley Society, County Councillor Stefan Gawrysiak and resident Amanda Chumas carried out a photographic survey on Wednesday morning on […]
Children at Rupert House School have been supporting two cancer charities; Cancer Research and the Little Princess Trust. Last Sunday, five pupils Elin Barr (10), Alise Barr (6), Holly White […]
The weather didn’t quite feel like Christmas yesterday however that didn’t deter Henley Mayor, Mayoress and David Millar from Invesco choosing a stunning 35 foot Nordmann Fir Christmas Tree at […]
Henley Town Council has appointed a new provider for the Henley Town Bus Service. TK Travel, a local, family run company, will be starting the service in mid-October. A new […]
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