Thousands of music fans descended on Stonor Park in Oxfordshire at the weekend to enjoy three fantastic summer concerts staged by the Bedford-based promoter LPH Concerts & Events.
The weekend will feature the hottest in modern dance music with Café Mambo Ibiza on Friday, one of Scotland’s best-loved bands Texas on Saturday and the return of Stonor Park Proms on Sunday.
‘Café Mambo In The Park’ will see Café Mambo Ibiza bring the music and magic of the white isle to the stunning grounds of Stonor Park in Henley On Thames.
The Oxford Sculptors Group will return to exhibit on the grounds of Greys Court with a variety of sculptures available to purchase on display in the charming setting of the walled gardens.
The new £50m six-acre development in Lower Shiplake to be marketed as Henley Meadows is a JV between Galliard Homes, Probitas Developments, and O’Shea.
Set against the stunning backdrop of one of Britain’s most impressive historic homes, the crowds at Stonor Park are in for a rare treat when Rumer and Tom Speight each step up the mic ahead of Texas.
The funding by South Oxfordshire District Council from developer contributions (S106) has gone to the Henley and District Housing Trust to develop three properties for Social Rent.
Organisations delivering key services for residents and maintaining the natural environment, can apply for funding to help them continue to make a difference in South Oxfordshire.
Leaders of South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils, Councillors Sue Cooper and Emily Smith, have issued a joint statement to mark World Homelessness Day on 10 October.