Year 1 and 2 students at Trinity Primary School were buzzing with excitement on Wednesday afternoon this week. As part of Henley in Bloom’s ‘Celebration of Bees’, the year 2 […]
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Saturday morning (1 July) saw the launch of Henley parkrun at Tileburn Close. There was a staggering turn out, with nearly 200 people turning up to test their legs on […]
It was the moment of truth for the Trinity to Paris Cycle team as their months of training were put to the test last weekend. The 201.95 mile journey from […]
Mr Toad wasn’t the only one with green fingers on last Thursday, when the primary schools of Henley visited Mr McGregor’s Garden at the River and Rowing Museum. The four […]
On Tuesday, 20 June HEDFAS (Henley Decorative and Fine Arts Society) marked their 40th anniversary at Phyllis Court Club with a celebratory afternoon tea hosted by Loyd Grossman. Over 150 […]
In the final hours before racing began, the international crews at Henley Women’s Regatta were given a warm welcome at the River and Rowing Museum. On Thursday evening, the athletes […]
On Sunday Henley Business Partnership organised a celebration fit for royalty at their annual Queen’s Tea Party. Now in its fourth year, the event was held at D:two, with the […]
The award ceremony for the sixth Henley Schools Environment Science Competition was held at the River and Rowing Museum on Wednesday 7th June. Organised by Henley in Transition, the biannual […]
Trinity School were paid a special visit on Friday 9th June by some of the 31 brave cyclists tackling a 24-hour bike ride to Paris. The courageous group is composed […]
It was with great pride and excitement that the Chiltern Centre for Disabled Children unveiled their newly refurbished sensory room on Tuesday. The room’s renovation was supported by the Mark […]
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