Explore Upper Market Place This Weekend

Upper Market Place – just behind Henley Town Hall and running up to Gravel Hill – is home to some of the town’s most interesting businesses, covering art, health, interiors and much more. But the area remains something of a hidden gem, so join them for a Spring showcase on 3 & 4 March with special late night and Saturday openings, consultations, demos and exclusive offers.

On Friday 3 March (4-8pm) and Saturday 4 March (10am-1pm), three unique businesses will opening their doors specially to welcome newcomers and regulars alike. At Adventures in Living leading interior designer Katie Conroy will be on hand to share creative tips and answer any questions as you browse this beautiful store that offers everything from charming small gift ideas to full project management. Health Hub of Henley – whose cardio, stretch and tone classes cover all levels of experience – will be hosting demos and making exclusive offers. Hypergallery invites you for a glass of prosecco, a chance to browse its truly unique collection of album art prints ranging from the 1950s to the present day, including limited editions of David Bowie, De La Soul, Foals, the Who and many more. And be sure to pop in to the Old Fire Station Gallery that weekend too, for Henley Fashion Week 2017 with clothes, hats and jewellery on show.

Come along and discover all these local businesses have to offer from unique artworks, creative styling and inspiration to ways of having fun with fitness and benefitting from body treatments and therapies.


Adventures in Living offers a full design service, from one room to full project management, with a wealth of experience in interior design and decoration.  Alongside there is a quirky but beautiful shop packed with a unique collection of gifts and items for the home.

Through their interior design service they work closely with their clients to combine their expertise and inspirational ideas to maximise the enhancement of the available space. From interior design guidance ideas to complete renovations they ensure maximum client flexibility at all levels.

Using their designer eye, they have created a smorgasbord of delicious things in a fabulous setting from Astier De Villatte, unique accessories from John Derian as well as gorgeous rugs and cushions that make beautiful presents.  Adventures in Living is also a stockist for the hugely popular Little Greene and Paint and Paper Library paints and with a large collection of fabric and wallpaper books to peruse from the likes of Andrew Martin, Robert Allen, Pierre Frey, Sheila Coombes, Designers Guild, House of Hackney to name a few, this retail hotspot really is the perfect place to find something really different for your home.

They will be hosting two special openings for you to browse this unique and charming store and Interior Designer; Katie Conroy will be on hand to offer creative inspiration as part of the Special Spring Showcase Event.



A one-stop shop where all of your health, skin and beauty needs are catered for in a warm and friendly atmosphere by Henley’s finest therapists and fitness Instructors.

There is a group of instructors on hand in the Pure Stretch Studio who pride themselves on their friendly and fun approach to fitness. Their extensive classes range from pilates to high intensity workouts mean that there is a perfect balance of cardio, tone and stretch classes that are suitable for everyone.

Discover a complete programme of bodycare treatments from tonic massage and hydro facials through to sports massages and osteopathy on offer from a variety of consultants and therapists all under one roof.




Hypergallery is a print publisher and e-commerce gallery founded in 2005 by local father-daughter team Rob and Emily Smeaton. Last year they moved into their own ground-floor space in Broadgates, now lined wall to wall with plan-chests full of prints, from which their run their e-commerce business  Hypergallery.com.

Hypergallery’s prints are high quality, striking and valuable art editions of classic album covers, each personally signed by the artist and/or the musicians. Printed at larger than life size, these works make an impressive statement and give music lovers the chance to display their allegiances in a manner more sophisticated than the blue-tac and posters of their teens. The collection is a mix of little gems and mega stars of design and music: from 1950s jazz covers, through to the heydays of Pink Floyd, The Beatles and Led Zeppelin, right up to the present day.

Pop in and browse their extensive collection of affordable prints, ranging from £120 to £12,000.  Prints may also be viewed by appointment at any time. Rob and Emily are always happy to welcome locals into their Broadgates space.

They are hosting unique openings of their Henley print room for anyone who would like to take a peek at their extensive collection of prints over a glass of prosecco as part of the Special Spring Event.



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