Vandals go on wrecking spree at football ground

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THE chairman of Henley Town Football Club has hit out at vandals who went on a wrecking spree at its ground for the second time in two months.

The culprits, believed to be teenage boys, stole about a dozen earthenware plates and glasses from a storage area near the clubhouse off Mill Lane and smashed them in and around the main stands.

Shards were scattered everywhere, including over part of the pitch and it took three hours to sweep them up to avoid any risk of players being cut.

The vandals also smashed two wooden tables and eight plastic chairs which had been donated by the Sue Ryder hospice at Nettlebed for disabled visitors to use.

Anyone with information should call Thames Valley Police on 101.

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