READING BUSES – Closure of Kennylands Road
Part of Kennylands Road will be closed from Monday 13 January until Friday 31 January 2020. This is due to sewer connection work. Services are diverted as follows:- Pink 25 This service will be diverted via B481 Peppard Road omitting Kennylands Road and Wood Lane. Buses will observe all bus stops on the diversion including the temporary bus stop on Peppard Road by Wood Lane junction. Services 82, 83 and 84 These will be diverted via B401 Peppard Road and Wood Lane and vice-versa. Buses will observe all bus stops on the diversion. Football Service F10 This will only use the stops on Peppard Road including the temporary bus stop by Wood Lane junction. We are sorry for the inconvenience caused.
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Neighbourhood Policing – November 2019 Newsletter
Rotherfield Peppard Parish Council volunteers utilised our Speed Indicator Device (SID) for two days during October. 15 vehicles identified speeding during a thirty minute period. On another day 12 vehicles speeding during a thirty minute period. Many of these vehicles travelling at a speed of up to 42mph in a 30mph residential zone.
Community Speed-Watch: If you are a parish council and would like more information about this please contact the Neighbourhood team on 101 or by email at HenleyNHPT@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
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Get help with home repairs
There are services and funds available to help people (owners and private tenants) stay independent, safe and well in their homes, and Oxfordshire County Council has developed a referral service to help residents (or carers) access the right organisations in their area, to get the help they need. Read more..
Friends of Townlands Memorial Hospital
This treasured local Charity was set up by public meeting in Henley in 1955 and is still run by local Trustees as a purely voluntary body.
Funding comes from small annual membership subscriptions, social fundraising events, donations and legacies….read more
Sonning Common Health Walks
The ‘Health Walks’ project was set up by Dr William Bird, a GP in the village of Sonning Common. The aim of the project was to improve people’s fitness, both in body and mind, by encouraging them to use their local countryside for walking. Together with Val Lunn, a local fitness instructor, Dr William Bird promoted the project which has now grown into a very successful scheme that has been adopted nationwide.
Timetables are available from the library the Health Centre and the Herb Farm, or on the website at www.sonningcommonhealthwalks.co.uk/timetable.
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There is no storm quite like an emotional storm, and the trauma of a separation from a loved one can be devastating and overwhelming. Some people say it feels as if the ground is falling away beneath their feet. It helps if you know there’s somewhere you can go right away for help: Citizens Advice. For more information please click this link
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Sharing a life can change a life
The Shared Lives scheme matches people who need additional support to be independent, with carers and their families. To find out more click here