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HENLEY NEWS

PARISH ELECTION ISSUE

Campaigning for a better Henley
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Edition 298 - 2nd May 2012
Warwickshire Village Competitions
Winner 2007 & Bronze 2009 & 2010
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JOINT PARISH COUNCIL

ELECTION 2012

There are 24 Candidates on Thursday 3rd May 2012

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Number of Candidates 12 - Average age 52 - Number of women 5

Campaigning for Change and younger representation


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Number of Candidates 12 - Average age 72 - Number of women 4

Campaigning for a continuation of their 16 year rule


Letters to the Editor about the Election

Dear Editor,

imageIn the last few weeks, I have been inundated with election leaflets from individual District and Parish Councillors and regularly see press releases from our local MP and County Councillors. I have even received a “joint” election leaflet from the existing Joint Parish Council. I wonder who paid for that?

These individuals have been in office for many years and from their communications you would think they alone have achieved miracles and we should have so much to thank them for!

Before you vote on May 3rd please read their claims with a questioning mind.

For example:

  • The library did actually close… and we did lose a fully trained librarian. Yet nearly all the Councillors now claim to have played a role in retaining a library service in Henley. I thought it was a group of local volunteers who fought the library closure and who now run the revised library service.

  • The Henley Market did close … and a high density housing estate was built on the old market site. Is this estate a positive for the town? Can any of our local young people afford these properties?

  • Why is Henley railway station exactly the same as it was 10 years ago?

  • What did happen to all the plans for CCTV in Henley?

  • Why do we now have a full time Clerk to the JPC costing c£25,000 per year? Could that money have been spent more productively? Perhaps our own physiotherapist at the Surgery?

  • Why do our Councillors always need to have their photograph taken when anything like an envelope is opened! No doubt you will find examples in this weeks press.

  • Why is there continual open and behind the scenes, “fighting and bickering” between the various representative bodies in Henley?

  • Have any new jobs been created for local residents in the last 5 years?

As in most towns and villages I believe most of the “good work” in Henley has been achieved by community minded individuals and groups of individuals who volunteer their services, never claim expenses and do not seek publicity.

For example, the many volunteers who help our sports clubs, Scouts and Cubs, Youth club, Henley Heritage Centre, Community First Responders, School Governors, Henley War Memorial Trust, volunteer drivers, Guildhall Garden project workers, local pressure groups, Henley in Bloom, NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH, charity shop volunteers, charity fund raisers, unpaid carers etc.

Sadly, and especially at election time, many of our Councillors try to associate themselves with the good work of all these unsung volunteers.

Before you cast your vote ask yourself… What has this existing Councillor standing for re-election actually achieved and what could they have done better?

This year, I was pleased to see that there are many new enthusiastic individuals standing for election and keen to develop Henley for its residents.

Go on…….

    I dare you…….

        Think before you vote…….

             and why not even vote for somebody who would be new to the Council?

A fresh pair of eyes…….

    somebody not afraid to challenge the status quo…….

        why should it always be the “usual suspects”?

Remember…….

    not voting…….

        or simply voting for the existing Councillors…….

            will no doubt just mean more of the same…….

                do you really want that?

A Henley Resident
(name and address supplied to the Editor)


Dear Editor,

Treasure Your Sovereign Right to Vote.

imageDemocracy, our democracy, a precious personal possession for everyone over 18 in the land, is often overlooked, mistreated or ignored. You can guarantee that the vast majority of residents in our town will waste the opportunity presented to them on Thursday. 24 remarkable people, ready to give freely of their time and talent to improve the lives of their fellow citizens, are putting their reputations on the line; I am not sure I could. We should value highly the vote denied to so many oppressed people in the world, then use it wisely.

Often in discussion you hear that voters are uncertain how to make the right choice so.....

What should be considered when making your up mind?

The parish council spends our money.

Your choice:

  • Stay the same with a structure designed for a town population of 10,000 plus. Do this by employing a full time clerk when other parish councils manage with less than half the employment time. (In that case, vote for Existing Group).

  • Change it to a less expensive model more suitable for a village. Use the funds saved to support the local community projects such as the youth club, the senior citizens and reducing local taxes. (In that case, vote for HI and change)

The parish council represents our town.

Your choice:

  • Either stay the same and continue to be identified as a dysfunctional council(Stratford’s words).

  • Or change with a new approach to ensure our reputation is enhanced.

The parish council makes some very important decisions on our behalf.

Your choice:

  • Either stay the same: wrong decisions over trusteeship of the War Memorial Trust, wrong decisions over the Croft Car park, severely restricting the representations of residents when controversial decisions are being made.

  • Or change it to an open and inclusive system where residents feel part of the decision making process where they desire it.

The parish council should listen to the will of its constituents.

Your choice:

  • Either elect a council that has developed a thick skin as proved when they ignored a special vote held by the Henley parish which asked for the council to resign and stand again submitting themselves to the vote of the people. Remember this happened in 2010. If you think this is right - then Vote for the Existing Group.

  • Or give the town what it deserves, a parish council that listens and consults, does not always think it is right by virtue of one election or co-option and responds thoughtfully to the expressed wishes of the town. Change it and Vote for the new Henley Independents.

Democracy is so precious but so taken for granted. Whatever you think, please nurture this our sovereign right and VOTE on Thursday. Use your choice!

Peter Crathorne (writing in a personal capacity)

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Update on Physiotherapy in Henley

Cllr George Matheou told Henley NEWS via an email that: "I was given recently a copy of an email which has been distributed by Bill Leech (Henley NEWS) on the matter of physiotherapy services at our medical centre. This matter is in a delicate stage of negotiations and I shall not comment upon it. Suffice to say what I have done so far and what I may do in the future will be to support the wishes of our medical centre. The same approach is taken by your Parish Council.

"I was unaware that Bill (Henley NEWS) was going to be so opportunistic and send emails on this matter. He did not raise the matter with me who has been communicating with Warwickshire County Council and Warwick Hospital nor did he ask me any questions which would have been the normal thing to do before he made any comments. This is not helpful to anyone or to any cause."

Henley NEWS has received the following letter from the Henley Medical Centre.

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Henley Market, the Musical

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This was the latest offering from HADS last week and was the last in a trilogy of productions about Henley from our very own Bard, Ray Evans. The first two, A Very Public Hall and then The Shakespeare Chronicles, set an extremely high standard, and this latest offering was no exception.

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Whenever the words ‘Amateur’ and Music’ are heard together, it can engender some nervousness as, in general, amateur musical performances are never up to the dramatic ones. This, however, was the exception that proves the rule. The music was delivered confidently, at sufficient volume, in tune and with strong choral support. All the songs were from that wonderful musical ’Les Miserables’ (my personal favourite), and so came from pedigree stock.

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The story is set back in the 13th century, following the battle of Evesham, when the King decides he needs to replenish the coffers, and so decides to force Henley to start a Market (from which he will benefit). There are stumbling blocks along the way as the site is occupied by ‘poor dwellings’ which need to be got rid of. Here steps in Will Tick, the local broadsheet writer (this is where you start to realise the parallels begin drawn with today!) who promptly organises a ballot to reject the proposals. This succeeds, but the dwellings get burnt down anyway. There were several characters to identify with modern counterparts (but I’ll leave that to you to work out). It was very cleverly written, funny, and was just the right length to enjoy. Alice de Montfort’s rendition of the songs with her portrayed speech impediment were hilarious.

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All the performances were good form a large cast, including Tracy Humphries, Carol Robson, Rod Hinton, Paul Thomson, Phil Walker, Rosie Hammond, Ray Evans, Bev Walker, Jessie Thompson, Jack Sandal, Nicholas Haycock, Kate Castle, Kerri Hind, Krystyna Aukstolis, Sheena Ison, Mandy Key and Jon Cumella. We mustn’t miss the backstage crew who had a lot to do, and presented a very slick production. The lighting and sound in particular were excellent. Those responsible were Ray Evans, Sue Toothill, Sue Evans, Ian Smedley and Kate Portman.

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Well done to all concerned, a truly enjoyable evening and well supported. Sorry if you missed it!

Tony Capps - Drama Critic

Alan Robson - Photos


 

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HENLEY-IN-ARDEN
MEDICAL CENTRE


A vacancy exists for a
PART-TIME MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST

We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated person to join our team at Henley Medical Centre.

Applicants should be confident, caring and enjoy working with the public.

You should have excellent organisation and communication skills as well as strong IT skills.

Approx. 20 hours per week over 4 days – ability to be flexible required.

If you feel you are the person we are looking for, please call us on 01564 794311
for an information pack and application form.

 


Bank Holiday Tea Afternoon

The parishioners of St Johns Church are holding a tea afternoon in the Church Hall in Beaudesert Lane this coming Bank Holiday Monday, 7th May, raising funds for St Basil's in Birmingham.

The event runs from 2.00pm to 5.00pm and in addition to teas, visitors will be able purchase home made cakes, produce, plants and books.

The church has supported St Basil's for many years;  the charity works with homeless young people between the ages of 16 & 25 in the Birmingham, Solihull and North Worcestershire areas.


Flood Alert Broadcast by Henley NEWS

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Following the floods in July 2007, the Environment Agency prepared for future possible flooding by asking Henley NEWS if we could broadcast alerts and warnings at short notice.. At 10.46 on Sunday 29th April we received notification from the Environment Agency that their Fradley Incident Room had been opened and at 20.39 we were instructed to broadcast the first flood alert.

At 13.59 on 1st May 2012, the Environment Agency announced that the Fradley Incident Room had closed and the situation reverted to normal.


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Henley Diary Dates

Articles and news stories for HENLEY NEWS should be sent to the editor@henleynews.co.uk at any time. Future diary dates should be notified to Margrit Johnson at: henleyparishnews@btinternet.com

ULLENHALL GARDENING CLUB
Tuesday 24th April. Tony Russell will talk on Westonbirt the National Arboretum.

THE HENLEY AND BEAUDESERT SOCIETY
Our next meeting is on Thursday 26th April in the Baptist Church Hall at 8.00 pm when Jim Whorwood will give a talk on ‘A Year in the Life of a Lord Mayor of Birmingham’. Visitors and new members are very welcome. Further details from Pat Kench on 795419

ULLENHALL GARDENING CLUB
Tuesday 24th April. Tony Russell will talk on Westonbirt the National Arboretum.

JUBILEE GARLANDS
Jessica Linden is running a workshop to make Jubilee Garlands on Thursday 3rd May 2 – 4 pm. All materials are provided and the cost is £15 and all proceeds go to church funds. Numbers are limited, so ring Barbara Warmington 793640 if you are interested.

HENLEY FLOWER CLUB
8th May Lucinda Sanderson will provide a floral demonstration entitled ‘A Journey Through France’. Tickets available on door £5.

IDEAL HUSBAND AT THE MEMORIAL HALL.
May 12th.Consensus returns to Henley with their production of Oscar Wilde's IDEAL HUSBAND with music by Puccini. Tickets £15.bring your own interval picnic.

HENLEY WILDLIFE SOCIETY
Ian Butler will be getting us into the holiday mood with his presentation of ‘Sun, sea and Sanderlings’ at our meeting on Tuesday May 15th. Visitors are welcome to join us in the Memorial Hall at 7.45pm.

JUBILEE DANCE
May 26th put on your 50s gear and dance to the Lickley Lads. £20.00 to include Buffet supper.

THE HENLEY AND BEAUDESERT SOCIETY
There will be a visit to the Needle Museum at Redditch and Bordesley Abbey on Thursday 31st May at 2.00pm at a cost of £6.00 per head. To book or for further information please contact Arthur Gennard on 794209.

Music and Strawberries Mark Diamond Jubilee
More than 30 parishes and villages in the Alcester deanery, among them Beaudesert and Henley, are being invited to join in festivities linked to the Queen's Diamond Jubilee at Warwickshire's oldest churchy including a last night "world first" performance. Enquiries about tickets costing £15 via Pat Phillips at patphh@btinternet.com (tel 01564 793114).

JUBILEE FANCY DRESS PARADE
Saturday 2nd June 1.00 pm at the Market Cross, where the Jubilee Queen is to be crowned. Judging afterwards in the new Jubilee Gardens, Beaudesert Lane around 3.0 pm. OPEN TO EVERYONE. REGISTER FOR UPDATES

JAZZ IN THE GARDEN
July21st...Music, Dancing, Fizz ,Strawberries and Fireworks
For information phone Marijana or Duncan Bainbridge 794987 eve 795149 day.

HENLEY KARATE CLUB
Meets every Tuesday at St John's Church Hall, Beaudesert Lane (6.30-7.30). Contact Paul Barnard 01564 792278.

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH Co-ordinators
At a recent meeting of co-ordinators for the Stratford area, the chairman stressed how important it is to contact residents quickly when crimes are reported in the area and this is why co-ordinators are needed. Henley is covered quite well with most roads but there are areas still in need of someone to contact. If you are willing to have your name and telephone number registered to receive calls from the Crime Officer when necessary please let Annette Walker (792837) know.

JOHNSON HOUSES HENLEY IN ARDEN
A Flat has become vacant at Johnson House, Henley in Arden. Applications are invited from person or persons born in Henley. Apply in writing to Mrs S Nicholson Flat 3 Whitehouse Mews Henley in Arden B95 5GA by 30th April 2012.

Music and Strawberries Mark Diamond Jubilee
More than 30 parishes and villages in the Alcester deanery, among them Beaudesert and Henley, are being invited to join in festivities linked to the Queen's Diamond Jubilee at Warwickshire's oldest church, including a last night "world first" performance. Enquiries about tickets costing £15 via Pat Phillips at patphh@btinternet.com (tel 01564 793114).

Diary Dates for WARWICKSHIRE AIR AMBULANCE - Henley & District Volunteers

Warwick Heroes Fun Run13th May 2012
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Hilton NEC Metropole19th May 2012
Queen’s Jubilee Stall - Henley3rd June 2012
Henley Primary School Fete7th July 2012
Nuthurst Grange Coffee Morning10th September 2012
Henley Primary School Assembly26th September 2012
Co-Op Henley - Bucket Shake6th October 2012
WNAA Volunteer Conference3rd November 2012

We are always looking for new members to join our group to support this vital service. Please contact Mandy Hollands

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Details of all the local cinemas, theatres and exhibitions can be found on The Henley Town Website

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HENLEY IN ARDEN TENNIS CLUB
Open to members (juniors and adults) of any standard. Full time coach. 7 courts open throughout the year mean that there is always a court available. No need to book. Club and American Tournaments held during summer months. League matches summer and winter. For details of membership please contact Judith Mathias 01564 792378
THE ROTARY CLUB of HENLEY-in-ARDEN
logoRotary International in Great Britain and Ireland, is an organisation of more than 55,000 men and women who, as members of over 1,850 Rotary clubs, volunteer their time, talents, professional skills and energy to improving the lives of people in their local communities and others around the world. The Henley-in-Arden Club meets at the Golf Club on Monday evenings at 7pm. New members are always welcome.
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Rotarian Michael Redman
HENLEY-IN-ARDEN FLOWER CLUB
imageAre you interested in gardening and flowers or just spending a pleasant evening watching a demonstrator arrange foliage and flowers?  We meet on the second Tuesday each month at 7.30pm in The Memorial Hall, Station Road, Henley-in-Arden so why not come along and see for yourself? Visitors are always welcome £5.00. You do not have to be an active flower arranger to enjoy watching our demonstrators but if you do feel you would like to 'have a go' we hold occasional workshops. For further information contact Paula Pugh on 015647 42781 henleyinardenflowerclub@hotmail.co.uk
2011 Programme
HENLEY-IN-ARDEN ALLOTMENTS & GARDENING CLUB

imageThe Objectives of the Club are:

  • To maintain and develop facilities for gardening and allotment sites.
  • To enable members to enjoy the activity of gardening and allotments.
  • To enable a healthy and rewarding past time enriching people's lives.
  • To preserve local green spaces for the community of Henley-in-Arden.
  • To foster an allotment and gardening spirit.
  • To create synergies and alliances with other like minded organisations.

To create a network where members can communicate with each other in order to exchange ideas, exchange produce and flowers, share equipment, seek advice and help.

The HAAGC is open to everyone with an interest in gardening and membership is FREE.   Click Here for Application Form
HENLEY-IN-ARDEN BADMINTON CLUB
Meets every Friday and Sunday evening from 8pm at the Memorial Hall, Station Road, Henley-in-Arden. The season runs from mid September to end April. A warm welcome is extended to all badminton players who may be interested in joining the club. Visitors welcome. Please contact the Chairman, Alan Barber, on 01564 793320 for further details.
HENLEY CRICKET CLUB
Henley Cricket Club fields two teams in the Cotswold Hills League on a Saturday and two teams in friendly fixtures on Sundays from mid-April to mid-September. We are always on the lookout for new players, irrespective of age or ability. Anyone interested in joining our club should contact Kevin O'Brien on 01564 794903.
Bowls ClubHENLEY-in-ARDEN BOWLS CLUB
meets on Monday evenings from April to September at 6.30pm and plays until it is dark. The club is situated next to the Tennis Courts at the Sports and Social club ground on the A3400 just outside Henley. The Club welcomes new members, whether beginners or established players. For further information contact John Townson 01564 792407.
HENLEY KARATE CLUB
Meets every Tuesday at St John's Church Hall, Beaudesert Lane (6.30-7.30). Any age are most welcome to learn About the art of self defence or just for good general exercise. Contact Paul Barnard 01564 792278
JOLLYTOTS
Jollytots meet every Tuesday morning during term time between 10am and 11.45am in the Church Hall on Beaudesert Lane, Henley.  It is open for all under 4 year olds and costs only £1.50 which includes a drink and a biscuit. There are toys, games, arts and crafts and singing. Any questions please ring Rachel on 01564 794470.
Neighbour WatchNEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH
There are still vacancies in some areas of Henley-in-Arden for NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH Coordinators. If you are aware that your area is not covered or you are willing to be a coordinator, please contact Annette Walker on 792837
image1st HENLEY & WOOTTON SCOUTS
This is an exciting opportunity to make your mark on what has been a vibrant and successful scout troop. In order for it to continue to provide young people with diverse opportunities we urgently need the support of our local community. Please come forward and find out more about how you can get involved. For more information please contact Simon Cossey on: 07979 240174
Business ClubTHE WARWICKSHIRE BUSINESS CLUB
Holds its monthly lunchtime meeting on the third Thursday of each month from 11.30am to 2.15pm at the Henley Golf Club. There is a one hour networking session followed by a quality lunch and an informative speaker on a business topic. Full details at www.swbc.co.uk
The HUB @ HENLEY
imageRecently handed over from Warwickshire County Council to the Henley in Arden War Memorial Trust. A grand re-opening event is currently being planned for September 2012 In the meantime the Youth Club is open every Wednesday night during school term time from 19:00 – 21:00. Teenagers from Henley in Arden and surrounding villages aged 13+ are very welcome to attend. Many exciting plans are underway... we are hoping the youth club will be open at least 3 times a week from September.
Full details at www.thehubathenley.co.uk
TAI CHI in HENLEY
Thursdays, 11am at the Parish Hall, Beaudesert Lane. Age, health or fitness no barrier. £5 per session – no termly fees. For further information contact Debbie Wild on 07773 318830.    Full details at: www.swantaichi.co.uk
WOOTTON WAWEN FOOTPATHS GROUP
Meets the last Sunday of the month at Wootton Wawen village hall at 2.15pm for a conducted walk of about 5 miles over the local and surrounding area footpaths. The Group welcomes all walkers. There is no subscription.  More details from Denis Keyte on 01564 792872.
ProbusTHE PROBUS CLUB OF BEAUDESERT
Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month. Membership consists of retired professional and business men residing in the vicinity of Henley. Visitors are most welcome and for further details please contact the secretary Andrew Yarwood on 794079.
imageDE MONTFORT LODGE OF FREEMASONS
De Montfort Lodge is the only freemasons’ lodge meeting in Henley. It was established in the town in 1930 and holds meetings in the Guild Hall. Anyone interested in freemasonry should contact John Pollard on 0121 603 8577 for further details.
Bridge ClubHENLEY-IN-ARDEN BRIDGE CLUB
Plays Duplicate Bridge of intermediate standard on Tuesday evenings at the White Swan Hotel and usually finds time for a tipple, which may or may not improve our play!!  Play commences at 7.15 promptly. There are normally 5 - 8 tables and the club does not issue master points.
For further information please contact the Secretary - Christine Whitehouse on 01564 792993.
coverHENLEY FOCUS
Each month the Henley Focus contains plenty for everyone with local business advertisements, reviews and community information. The Henley Focus could be helping you to promote your business or service to local people at affordable prices and also offers a range of design services at very reasonable rates. The publication is very happy to promote community and charity events free of charge.
Please call Karen on 01564 774748 or email
karen@henleyfocus.co.uk for more information.
HENLEY-IN-ARDEN EVERGREEN CLUB.
Evergreen ClubMeetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month in the Parish Hall, Beaudesert Lane at 2.15pm. The Club has around 80 members and organises a varied programme together with various outings. If you are interested in joining please contact Gordon Trinder.

WEDNESDAY CLUB FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLE
The Wednesday Club provides a friendly environment where people with visual problems can meet together and enjoy good company, interesting speakers, outings and a delicious tea together.  The Club meets on alternate Wednesday afternoons and welcomes new members. For further information please phone: 0121-705-3926, 01564-792724, 01564-794209 or 01564-792138.

Details about tourist attractions and neighbouring villages can be found on The Henley Town Website

www.HenleyInArden.org

From our own Correspondents

Henley NewsHENLEY NEWS is looking for additional correspondents to send in stories and pictures. Why don't you become one of our correspondents and send in stories about your area, your club, your school or events you have witnessed? Please always try to include a photo in jpg or png format. Letters, articles, pictures sent to the Editor are always welcome. Please do not use the following file formats 'Publisher" or 'Serif'. 'Microsoft Word' is the preferred format. Please send to editor@henleynews.co.uk

We are delighted to publish the list of our correspondents:

Make Henley Greener
Rotary Club
The Henley Society
Henley History
Henley in Bloom
Wild Life Society
Warwickshire College
Henley Diary
Flower Club Paula Pugh
 
Editorial Team
 
Proof ReaderJohn Garner
EditorBill Leech
Ullenhall Gardening ClubPenny Stott
WCC Trading Standards
Business
Heritage Centre
Memorial Hall
Henley High School
C of E Primary School Elaine Field
St Mary's Primary School
Drama - HADS
 
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Claverdon & RailwayClive Hanley

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Henley-in-Arden Church of England Primary School

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