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  1. A footballer's wife mansion? No, it's a LibDem peer'sRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    It's the dream home that a wealthy member of the House of Lords wants to erect on his sprawling Oxfordshire estate. But the plans by Lib Dem peer Lord Marks for a vast pillared mansion have incurred the wrath of furious locals over what they call its 'Footballers' Wives' style.


  2. Jessica Lee Morgan brings the music of Mary Hopkin home... 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is South Wales

    She talks to MARK REES ahead of the homecoming gig. When 1960s chart-topper Mary Hopkin decided to put down her guitar and call time on her live shows in 1999, it was up to her daughter Jessica Lee Morgan to convince her otherwise.


  3. Jeremy Corbyn's cup to hold port for Oxford University ToriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sunday Herald

    A group of Oxford University students, including several Tories, forked out A 51 to buy Jeremy Corbyn's used paper cup - and now plan to drink port out of it. Eleanor Sharman and 14 of her friends were victorious in a bidding war to snap up the humble vessel, which was sold on ebay to raise money for charity.


  4. Police warning after burglars force way in to propertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Bucksfreepress.co.uk

    Police are warning residents to be aware after burglars forced their way in to a property in Henley-on-Thames last weekend. Between Friday, August 7 and Saturday, August 8 entry was forced in to a property on Berkshire Road, where cash, electronics, jewellery and a silver antique chocolate pot were stolen.


  5. I paid A 51 for Jeremy Corbyn's coffee cup - and plan to drink champagne from it with ToriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Mirror.co.uk

    Lucky Oxford student Eleanor Sharman, 21, says the paper cup Mr Corbyn drank from in Nottingham is 'sacred' to her and her friends An Oxford student who paid 51 for Jeremy Corbyn's used coffee cup has revealed she's planning to drink champagne and port from it with dozens of Tories. Eleanor Sharman, 21, was the lucky winner of a bizarre eBay bid after she recruited 14 friends at the elite university to help her raise the funds.


  6. Pleas for secular groups to be crumbling churches' savioursRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | This is Oxfordshire

    'Long-term problem': Basil Eastwood, chairman of Oxfordshire Historic Churches Trust and a former British ambassador, is concerned for the future CHURCHES across the county are falling into disrepair, due to a lack of funds and ageing congregations, it has been warned. According to Historic England there are 14 listed churches in Oxfordshire in a "very bad" or "poor" condition, placing them on the register of buildings at risk.


  7. Peera s plan for new house a like a prisonaRead the original story

    Monday Aug 24 | Henley Standard

    A BARRISTER and life peer has had plans for a six-bedroom house turned down after the design was likened to a "prison" faade. Baron Marks of Henley-on-Thames wanted to demolish seven outbuildings at Walled Garden House in Shiplake Row, Binfield Heath, in order to build the property.


  8. Caught on CCTV: Violent robber left man with broken eye socket during late night attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Mirror.co.uk

    The footage shows a crowd of people looking on as the victim is punched and kicked by the attacker who takes a rucksack containing a laptop, speakers and keys The 20-year-old was left with a fractured left eye socket as well as bruising to the nose and mouth after he was assault by this vicious robber. The footage shows a crowd of people looking on as the victim is punched and kicked by the attacker who takes a rucksack containing a laptop, speakers and keys.


  9. Watch: CCTV footage of man robbed and injured in violent Henley attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Get Reading

    The man suffered a fractured eye socket and bruising to his nose and mouth during the attack at about 12.05am on Sunday, July 5 in Mill Meadows. Investigating Officer, Detective Constable Chris Leech of Local CID based at Abingdon, said: "We are releasing this footage in the hope that we can jog people's memories in relation to this incident which happened in Mill Meadows, Henley on Thames, just after midnight on Sunday 5 July.


  10. Nick English: The flying fan whose watches are ticking all the boxesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | This Is London

    If you were starting a business, if you fancied yourself as a bit of an entrepreneur, what would you choose? Lord knows, but I'm pretty sure one of the last sectors on my mind would be luxury watches. Where do you get them? I've no idea.


  11. Dorset Women's Institute stalwart Claire Youngman NEEDLEWORK expert...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Bournemouth Echo

    NEEDLEWORK expert and Women's Institute stalwart Claire Youngman died at Dorset County Hospital on July 21, after a short illness. Mrs Youngman was born Claire Harmer Pyke in Giza, Egypt, on December 13, 1926, as her father was posted there with the NAAFI.


  12. Relocating HQ was cause of controversy for WI membersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Oxford Mail

    Knees-up: Members of Grove WI who took part in the parade of floats at Grove Show in 1970. Pictured from left are Ann Allison, Marion Homer, Priscilla Harvey, Laurie Owen, Penny Broughton and Joan Bayes MOVING house is never easy - and that proved to be true when the Women's Institute decided to seek pastures new.


  13. Watford FC season ticket holder diagnosed with prostate cancer to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | Watford Observer

    A Watford FC season ticket holder is walking 100km as part of the Thames Path Challenge to raise A 10,000 for Prostate Cancer UK. Keiran Feighoney, 57, from Watford, is taking on the 62-mile trek with the charity's Men United movement after being diagnosed with prostate cancer himself a week before last Christmas.


  14. Bar/fly: The Argyll, Henley-on-ThamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 12 | The New Zealand Herald

    You are guaranteed to pull if you step into the Argyll, Neil Ainsworth's pub in the middle of Henley-on-Thames. Its Kiwi landlord insists you pull your own pint of "Midsomer Ale" and toast DCI Barnaby and the 300 murders that have been committed in the area in the past 16 years.


  15. Falmouth impresses Britain in Bloom judgesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 12 | Falmouth Packet

    Green fingered volunteers and town officials came out to meet the Britain in Bloom judges when they visited Falmouth last week. The teams of green fingered volunteers and council workers who keep Falmouth's parks, gardens and open space in tip-top condition, were praised by Britain in Bloom judges last week.


  16. Rewind Festival: 7 places you should visit while you're in HenleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 10 | Get Reading

    This evocative picture of the riverside at Henley-on-Thames was sent in by Sreelal TS from Central Reading who used a slow shutter speed to capture the light trails of the moving vehicles In just under two weeks Henley will be filled with leg warmer wearing music fans hoping to relive the 1980s. This year the event will take place from Friday, August 21, to Sunday, August 23 however there's more to see in Henley than just the festival site.


  17. Rewind Festival 2015: Billy OceanRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 8 | Get Reading

    On Saturday, August 22, the 80s hit-maker will be headlining, and no doubt performing some of his greatest hits such as Suddenly , Loverboy , When the Going Gets Tough and Caribbean Queen. The 65-year-old has sold more than 30 million records since his recording career began in 1972, and in 1985 he took part in the Philadelphia leg of Live Aid.


  18. Migrants found hiding inside motorboat delivered to Henley-on-Thames from FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 7 | Mail on Sunday

    Republicans at war: Boisterous Trump takes on all his rivals, threatens to run as an independent, bashes women and gets booed by the audience - starting a knock-down night of blows on stage 'Only Rosie O'Donnell': How Trump responded when Megyn Kelly accused him of calling women 'fat pigs, dogs and disgusting animals' - but now he hits back at 'unfair' question PICTURED: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at his 2005 wedding to Melania - after he says he gave a big donation to family's foundation and she HAD to come 'I'm only one who removed half a brain, but if you went to Washington, you'd think someone beat me to it': How Ben Carson's warmth and humor won over the GOP debate crowd The future First Family? Glammed-up Trump clan watches debate as bold Donald insists: 'This country needs someone like me' LA-bound United flight makes emergency landing in London after sparks were seen coming ... (more)


  19. Gothic Splendor with Greenery GaloreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 7 | Wall Street Journal

    "I wasn't even looking when I fell in love with this property," says owner Olwen McPherson, a developer specializing in luxury properties. "I thought it would make a beautiful country retreat.


  20. New figureheads at the helm of The Porch House, in StowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 6 | Cotswold Journal

    A TENTH century pub which claims to be England's oldest inn has been transformed from a tired Cotswold hotel and 'boozer' into a stylish boutique retreat, and even has a brand new general manager and head chef. The Porch House, located in the centre of the picturesque market town of Stow, has had new life breathed into it and has also launched its own Brakspear-brewed Porch House ale.