• Relief all round at reopening

    ALMOST a year ago, subsidence caused a huge crack in the A4183 Oxford Road between Abingdon and Oxford and the key route has been closed ever since. Once the county council decided work was ready to start, progress has been steady and drivers and

  • 'Patronising'

    Sir, I picked up a copy of the Herald two weeks ago as I thought the interview with Nicola Blackwood MP and her views on women in Parliament would be an interesting read. However, I was disappointed with a classic example of patronising and trivialising

  • Disappointed

    SIR, I was disappointed that your article about empty shops in the Wallingford Herald (November 6) failed to mention the positive work going on in the town and chose instead to paint a misleading picture from vacancy figures that were nine months old

  • Making point

    SIR, We were pleased the developers of the new north-east Didcot estate of almost 2,000 houses took the time to visit Long Wittenham Parish Council two weeks ago, given that many of the houses planned are currently in our parish and the development

  • Thank you

    SIR, On behalf of Didcot Rotary Club, I am writing to thank everyone who braved the difficult weather conditions to attend the Didcot bonfire and fireworks display on Saturday, November 2. Some of the funfair attractions had to be abandoned due

  • Rising folk performer Blair Dunlop in Wallingford concert

    TEN days before his father brings his festive band to town, folk performer Blair Dunlop will take to the stage in Wallingford for a gig with his new trio. For those who don’t know, Blair’s father is English folk stalwart Ashley Hutchings, who will

  • Albion Christmas Band to play Wallingford gig

    FESTIVE celebrations for music fans will get off to an early start at Wallingford with a gig by the Albion Christmas Band. The folk group will be bringing their seasonal concert to the town for the first time when they play St Mary’s Church on