Wed, 23rd Apr 2014

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Ferrying people up and down the Thames for over 150 years has been the business of the Salter Bros

5:00pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Herald Series: Oxford author Dr Simon Wenham has written Pleasure Boating on the Thames, A History of Salter Bros 1958-Present

FOR more than 155 years a family firm has been ferrying residents and tourists up and down the River Thames. Now the story of the Salter Bros boating business has been put into words by Oxford author Simon Wenham in Pleasure Boating on the Thames: A History of Salter Bros, 1858-Present Day.

Dragons light up village St George’s Day celebrations

9:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Herald Series: West Hagbourne Village Association chairwoman Valerie Walton, right, with her predecessor, Betty Kendrick and a baby dragon

DRAGONS have been appearing all over a South Oxfordshire village as residents mark St George’s Day.

Firm to be sentenced over death of a villager

8:30am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Herald Series: Mark Williams

A Nuneham Courtenay construction firm is due to be sentenced today over the death of villager Mark Williams.

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Our futures are on the line, says Oxford United skipper

9:30am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Herald Series: United captain Jake Wright

JAKE Wright admits he is among the Oxford United players whose future at the club is on the line after their play-off ambitions all but vanished during a wretched Easter weekend.

RUGBY UNION: Exiles' Thorpe must face RFU panel

6:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Herald Series: Richard Thorpe (with ball) returns for London Welsh

LONDON Welsh flanker Richard Thorpe will appear before an RFU disciplinary panel tonight after being sent off for punching during the Exiles’ 25-21 defeat away to Bristol in the Greene King IPA Championship last Friday.

Oxford United youngsters well beaten at Colchester

6:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Herald Series: Jon Meades, pictured in the pre-season game at Ardley United is back in training after seven months out with an ankle injury

AN inexperienced Oxford United Development side went down 4-0 at Colchester United yesterday afternoon The U’s looked at six trialists in their line-up, with Matt Bevans the only player included to have played for the first team this season.

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