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Councils Can’t Agree Who is Responsible for Graffiti on Bridge

The unsightly H graffiti tag that was sprayed on Henley bridge next to Regatta HQ on 1 May last year could still be there for Henley Royal Regatta this year […]

Wombles Go a Wombling for Spring Clean Up

The Henley Wombles gathered together to hit the grot spots of Henley last Saturday morning. Collecting over a dozen large bin bags of waste which included bottles, cans, food wrappers […]

Emma Deals an Ace With New Henley Playing Cards

After months of secrecy, the Henley-on-Thames playing cards are ready to be dealt and will be launched at the Old Fire Station Gallery this weekend (11-12 March). The launch event […]

Another Fawley Towpath Footbridge Has Become Insecure

Another one of the footbridges over the streams entering the Fawley Court estate has become insecure due to the wood rotting and the hand rails coming away from the uprights. […]

County Council Needs to Review Pothole Works

Oxfordshire County Council spends £2m on repairing potholes and believes they have a process that is adhered to by their contractors however that is not the case after our research. […]

Revised Plans for Extra Care Residential Development on The Smith Centre

Revised plans for redevelopment of The Smith Centre on the Fairmile into a luxury retirement development were submitted last week. The developers, Elysian have received feedback on a number of […]

World Book Day Has Extra Chapters

World Book Day seems to have lengthened its story as many schools in Henley turned into World Book Week with creative activities to inspire reading and writing.  Dressing up in […]

Planning Officer Recommends Refusal of Boatyard Application Despite Unprecedented Support

The revised planning application to improve the Hobbs boatyard on the Wargrave Road and create a new home for the Rose Toop vintage boat collection will be reviewed by Wokingham […]

Premier Inn Appeals Against Planning Decision

Premier Inn has today appealed against the planning decision by South Oxfordshire District Council for a five-storey hotel with 115 bedrooms and a 92 cover restaurant to built on the […]

Kenton Appoints New Manager

After an exhaustive search the Kenton Theatre has appointed a new Manager, Lottie Pheasant (pictured left above). The role was advertised both nationally and locally and the long list of […]