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Bluebells Hosts Fundraising Stall for Afternoon Trip Out/in Home - Other Stories, News/by Editor
Bluebells Day Centre staff, lead by Julia and Sherry along with volunteers Mick, Judith, Gaye, Jean, Barbara, Louise, Pete, Jean and Sidney Brine held a fundraiser in the Market Place […]
Councillor Cuts Back Hedgerow to Make Safe/in Council, Home - Other Stories, News/by Editor
Councillor David Eggleton cut back a hedgerow which has severely overgrown a pavement on Greys Road, near the entrance to Sherwood Gardens. David said, “I was really concerned when I […]
Henley Army Cadet Appointed Most Senior Rank in Oxfordshire/in Army Cadets, Community Groups, Home - Other Stories, News/by Mel Haynes
This month at Henley Detachment, Army Cadet Force, Cadet Colour Sergeant Grace Iveson has been promoted to Cadet Regimental Serjeant Major (RSM). Cadet RSM is the highest rank you can […]
Mayor & Residents Share Views on How to Halve Henley’s Carbon Footprint/in Community Groups, Greener Henley, Home - Other Stories, News/by Editor
Henley’s new Mayor joined nearly seventy residents of Henley and surrounding villages who gathered in the Town Hall last Thursday evening to participate in a public consultation event hosted by […]
Jumble Sale Raises Enough Money to Take Ukrainian Families on Seaside Trip/in Home - Other Stories, News/by Editor
Shoppers were keen to get their hands on a bargain at the MotherSisterDaughter Jumble Sale on Saturday at Trinity Hall in Harpsden Road with a long queue forming outside an […]