Hartwell Nurseries HP17 8RZ
St Mary's Church
Hartwell Nurseries HP17 8RZ
from Village Hall
By Thomas Bamford, Bucks Herald - 4th September 2020 7:30pm
An Aylesbury man and an accomplice have been sentenced after a GBH incident outside Haddenham Sports and Social Club which left man with fractured skull. Two men have been sentenced for causing grievous bodily harm and perverting the course of justice.
On Wednesday 2nd September at Aylesbury Crown Court, Joshua Rose, aged 30, of Abbey Road, London was sentenced to one year and 10 months' imprisonment for one count each of section 20 grievous bodily harm and perverting the course of justice.
At the same hearing Terry Rose, aged 58, of Hastoe Park, Aylesbury was sentenced to 21 weeks' imprisonment suspended for 18 months, he must undertake 140 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months and must participate in 10 rehabilitation activity requirement days. This was for one count of perverting the course of justice.
Joshua Rose and Terry Rose pleaded guilty to these offences at an earlier hearing in June 2020.
On 1st July 2017 outside Haddenham Sports and Social Club Joshua Rose assaulted the victim, a man in his forties, by kicking him once to the head.
The victim sustained a fractured skull which required surgery.
The next day (2nd July) Terry Rose contacted the victim having found out that Joshua had assaulted him.
Then on 3rd July and 9th August Joshua Rose and Terry Rose paid the victim money to not report the incident to police.
Joshua Rose was charged via postal requisition on 27th December 2019.
Terry Rose was charged via postal requisition on 23rd December 2019.
Investigating officer, Detective Constable Hannah Davison, of Aylesbury CID, said: "This has been a long and protracted investigation into an assault that left the victim with a serious head injury.
"Thames Valley Police work tirelessly to bring offenders to justice and I am pleased that in this case justice has now been given.
"Now the victim can have some closure for this horrible assault."
Bucks Herald, 4th September 2020
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
The 4th Haddenham Festive Trail opens today (Saturday 2nd December) when lights throughout the village will be switched on from 4pm onwards. A big thank you to all those who signed up for this year's Trail, which includes almost 40 displays. The online Trail Map is included on this webpage — see the PDF — plus a List of Displays, which includes details about the name and creator of...
On 20th November 2023, Beryl House, Aged 91, beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother, sadly passed away at the Mandeville Grange Nursing Home in Aylesbury.Born at Lower Winchendon, Beryl married Wally in 1951 and they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 2001. They lived for a number of years in Aylesbury before moving to Churchway Haddenham in 1982, and then to Willis Road...
Haddenham Youth Football Club (HYFC) is kicking off a new initiative in 2024 to develop a community of referees to help support the local grassroots game for local children. The club is keen to sponsor potential referees through their FA qualification in return for a limited number of free match fees.Refereeing can be a hugely rewarding way of being involved in the game for those ages 15 or...