Coronavirus – More Venues Close & Events Cancelled

More venues and events have been cancelled due to the Coronavirus (COV-19).  We will update this list throughout the day.

Venues

From today (Wednesday 18th March) Citizens Advice Henley we will no longer be offering face-to-face appointments to try to reduce the spread of Coronavirus. Previously booked appointments will be changed to a telephone appointment. You will still be able to talk to our advisers by telephone. Advice line: 0300 330 9042
Monday to Friday 09:00 to 17:00 www.caox.org.uk

Leander Club closed from yesterday (17 March) as a precautionary measure until further notice.

Bluebells Day Centre at the Christ Church Centre will temporarily close from Thursday (19 March).

The family centre at d:two has closed from today.

The Regal Picturehouse cinema closed yesterday.

Events

The Henley Literary Festival event with Anna Whitehouse and Matt Farquharson (Mother & Papa Pukka) and Giovanna Fletcher, which was due to take place on (Tuesday) have been moved to 30 September 30 and 2 October.

Parkrun on Saturdays have been suspended until at least the end of March.

The last Sue Ryder sale at Nettlebed on the 28 March has been cancelled.

The Mayor has been forced to postpone the Civic Dinner on 28 March  He intends to rearrange the event later in the year when possible.

The Spring Clean scheduled for 28 March has been postponed until September.

The Henley Lions Swimarathon due to take place on 26 April is postponed for the foreseable future.

Bell Surgery Patient Talk on Cancer Awareness on the 29 April has been cancelled and will be re-arranged for later in the year

The Greener Festival due to take place on 16 May has been postponed until September.

Henley Town Council meetings have been suspended until further notice.

 

 

 

1 comment
  1. John says:

    On arriving at the Gillotts leisure center tonight just after 9pm I was confronted by a disgusting gang of louts, joking about Covid 19. I hope you enjoyed you game of football, I decided not to go in after hearing your verbal & total lack of concern for everyone else around you.

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