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Noise at the Nag’s Head – Henley pub’s licence appeal could end in courts

MOVES to vary the licensing conditions imposed on the Nag’s Head pub in Henley High Street have been left in limbo because the meeting being held to discuss the proposals had to be adjourned.

The meeting of Stratford District Council’s licensing panel on 6th September was due to hear an application by the pub to change the restrictions on musical events at the venue imposed by the panel last March.

Following complaints from people living nearby, the panel had previously decided that no live or recorded music could take place outdoors at any time except for up to three days per calendar year, when it was permitted to take place outdoors until 10pm.

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