Posts Tagged “Henley Town Council”

South Ward By-Election – 14th June 2018

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Introducing our outstanding HRG candidate Michelle Thomas: She is an experienced business woman and has proved herself as a tireless campaigner. But Michelle can speak for herself…

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By-Election Result – January 2018

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Last Thursday, 18th January 2018, there was a by-election in Henley North ward and the results were: Donna Crook (Con)   577 votes Paula Isaac (HRG)    484 votes Jackie Walker (Lab)   131 votes Henley’s two wards, North and South, are divided by Greys Road. The Town Hall being in Henley North. If you live in the…

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Statement on Council Tax

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Statement on Council Tax

  HRG protect services while keeping council tax rise to 12p per week – why it makes sense to restore the Town Council’s share of council tax. The Town Council’s tax income for services has been cut every year in real terms since 2014. We are saying it should be restored to its original level…

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Henley North Ward By-Election

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HRG announces candidate for Henley North Ward HRG Leader, Gill Dodds, announced today Paula Isaac has been nominated HRG’s candidate for the Town’s North Ward by-election on 18th January 2018. Paula has lived in the North Ward of Henley for most of her life, and works at Badgemore Primary School. She has three children and…

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HRG Survey Sept & Oct 2017

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HRG Survey Sept & Oct 2017

Understanding residents’ views on expenditure priorities At the beginning of September, Henley Residents Group surveyed[1] Henley residents for their view on priorities for grant funding by Henley Town Council. Over 120 residents[2] responded. As Councillors Ian Reissmann and Jane Smewing said in their introduction to the survey “funding decisions made by Oxfordshire County Council (and…

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No appeal for loss of LA Fitness

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THE decision to allow the site of the former LA Fitness gym in Henley to be turned into an 80-bed care home will not be scrutinised by the Government. Planning minister Gavin Barwell has refused a request by opponents for it to be “called in” and examined by a planning inspector.

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