Henley-on-thames, England Newswire

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  1. Couple are married by former Bishop of Grantham and donate A 3,000 to Great Ormond Street HospitalRead the original story

    Yesterday | Grantham Journal

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Grantham woman Yvonne Eldred celebrated tying the knot recently with a service conducted by the Bishop of Derby and by making a collection for the Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity.

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  2. Burrowing Owl on a wooden post.Read the original story

    Yesterday | Malvern Gazette

    At our July meeting we welcomed eight guests including Majorie Whiting, our Federation Chairman, to hear Jane Van Zyl, the Operations Director of Breast Cancer Haven tell us about the Charity. The Haven aims to help people with breast cancer benefit from free one-to-one emotional support and complementary therapies that help relieve the side-effects of treatment.

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  3. Woman photographed vacuuming the pavement - people can't decide if it's posh or lazyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mirror.co.uk

    If you've got a bit of dirt on the pavement outside your house, what's your chosen method of getting rid of it? One woman in Henley-on-Thames decided to take a Henry hoover outside a branch of Cafe Rouge, reports Get Reading - but it's prompted a little bit of debate. Get Reading decided it was further proof that Henley is a pretty posh place - after all, it does have its own regatta.

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  4. Huge fire in Shiplake started by unattended bonfireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Get Reading

    Firefighters from five stations attended the inferno at Shiplake Cross, Henley-on-Thames, after being called at 11pm on Tuesday, July 26. Crews from Caversham Road, Goring, Henley, Bracknell and Wheatley attended the cross-county firefighting operation, with Bracknell station providing extra water via a water carrier. Station manager Paul Webster said, "Members of the public need to be aware of the dangers of leaving a bonfire unattended.

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  5. Cookery LeadersRead the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | Henley Standard

    Smart Raspberry are looking for part-time After School Cookery Leaders . We are currently recruiting for people that have a love for food and an aptitude for working with children to help deliver our programmes throughout Henley-on-Thames, Wokingham and Reading.

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  6. How to get to Rewind Festival in Henley: All you need to know about travelRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Get Reading

    The huge music festival, which attracts 40,000 fans each year, will return to Temple Island Meadows from Friday, August 19 to Sunday, August 21. The likes of Adam Ant, Rick Astley, Tony Hadley and Erasure's Andy Bell will be performing during the festival weekend . For you 80s music lovers who are going, we've put together some directions to help you figure out your route.

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  7. Boaters salute terror victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Henley Standard

    TWO French boats took part in a sail past at the Thames Traditional Boat Festival as a tribute to victims of the terrorist attack in Nice. Patricia Pickard and Christine Lafargue sailed to Henley from St Malo in north-west France on their respective Rampart motor cruisers, Chickadee and Lady Brandon, especially for the event.

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  8. in Pictures: Royal Swan Upping returns to ThamesRead the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | Bucksfreepress.co.uk

    A historic swan counting tradition dating back hundreds of years returned to the Marlow stretch of the River Thames this week. The Queen's royal officials took to the waters to do the census of the town's best loved feathered friends during the annual Swan Upping on Wednesday, July 20. They rowed from Marlow Bridge to Henley-on-Thames in royal skiffs and "upped" any cygnets out of the water to weigh them and assessed them or illness or injury.

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  9. Interview: Paul Greengrass brings back Jason BourneRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Financial Times

    Drive a few miles out of Henley-on-Thames into the Oxfordshire countryside and you reach the home of Paul Greengrass, a farmhouse with an A M-shaped outbuilding. Inside it are two long and airy work spaces.

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  10. More traditional boats from Henley-on-ThamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Captain JP's log

    Apparently the last post was wrong in that these photos from Henley-on-Thames last weekend were from the " Thames traditional boat festival " not "classic". But is the previously posted MTB 102 really traditional given it was a prototype? Or how about this amphibious truck? I suppose this working boat fits more with the term traditional rather than classic: There was a lot of waving going on as can be seen above and below: I suspect it was for the crew of the Windsor Belle not me.

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  11. Annual royal swan upping gathers 'disappointing' resultsRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 21 | Bucksfreepress.co.uk

    Education is key to keeping Marlow's swan population intact, according to the Queen's royal officials after this year's swan census reaped "disappointing" results. Teams in royal red blazers returned to the Marlow stretch of the River Thames on Wednesday for the historical Swan Upping, to perform a census of the town's feathered friends.

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  12. The Bottom LineRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Sunday Herald

    FIRSTGROUP'S new chairman Wolfhart Hauser blew a breath of fresh air through Tuesday's annual meeting in Aberdeen. He admitted to a frustrating experience on the group's trains due to Network Rail engineering, and to being stuck on a bus in Aberdeen's Union Street lamenting the group's "horrible ticketing system".

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  13. Annual royal swan upping gathers 'disappointing' resultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Bucksfreepress.co.uk

    Education is key to keeping the swan population in tact according to the Queen's royal officials after this year's swan census reaped "disappointing" results. Teams in royal red blazers returned to the Marlow stretch of the River Thames today for the historic Swan Upping to do the census of the town's best loved feathered friends.

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  14. Advertising ManagerRead the original story

    Friday Jul 15 | Henley Standard

    The Henley Standard is a long established paid for weekly newspaper circulating in one of the most attractive areas of the South East. As a market leader, this small but highly respected newspaper is a bible for news and information in this highly desirable location.

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  15. Classic Boats At Henley-on-ThamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | Captain JP's log

    There was a lot of very well maintained, very shiny, mahogany classic motor boats on display at Henley-on-Thames this weekend. However as you can see above you didn't need an engine to have something big enough for the classic man and dog pairing.

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  16. Worship the 80s with high priestess ToyahRead the original story

    Friday Jul 15 | Sunday Herald

    TOYAH Willcox is never less than effusive about her involvement in projects. On this particular day, her voice is typically bouncy at the end of the telephone - a retro way to interview nowadays, but then again it's time to talk about the landline-tastic 1980s.

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  17. Now the world is Boris Johnson's stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | The New Zealand Herald

    Dubbed a liar by his French counterpart and lampooned as a "political jester" in European newspapers, chief Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson faced a wave of criticism and mockery after being named Britain's Foreign Secretary. New Prime Minister Theresa May shocked many when on Thursday she appointed the eccentric former London Mayor, known for his political antics and gaffe-prone style, as the top diplomat to lead the country out of the EU.

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  18. Makins family honoured after field donationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Henley Standard

    A PLAQUE honouring the contribution of the Makins family to Henley was unveiled by its last male descendant. Dwight Makins joined the Mayor Julian Brookes, town councillors, those who had worked on the project and members of the public on Saturday morning for the opening.

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  19. Vintage pics: 1908 Summer Olympics in LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | SFGate

    Italian runner Dorando Pietri finishing the marathon first with the help of others and is subsequently disqualified in the 1908 London Summer Olympic Games. Italian runner Dorando Pietri finishing the marathon first with the help of others and is subsequently disqualified in the 1908 London Summer Olympic Games.

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  20. Vintage pics: 1908 London OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Italian runner Dorando Pietri finishing the marathon first with the help of others and is subsequently disqualified in the 1908 London Summer Olympic Games. Italian runner Dorando Pietri finishing the marathon first with the help of others and is subsequently disqualified in the 1908 London Summer Olympic Games.

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