In the Market Place recently, I met David Thomas who is a very articulate supporter of “Remain” who, when I engaged in discussion of the plethora of EU directives, asked […]
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Mark Stevens, County Archivist for Berkshire with access to the early Broadmoor archives set the background for his recent Henley Archaeological and Historical Group talk by describing the changes in […]
The Fire Station tower off West Hill has been surrounded by scaffolding for some weeks for the replacement of mobile phone antennae aimed at providing a better mobile signal and […]
For the first time in its long history of monthly lectures in the Margaret Day Room of the King’s Arms Barn, the planned Henley-on Thames Archaeological and Historical Group talk […]
The Margaret Day room was once more filled to capacity for this fascinating ‘whistle stop tour’ of the history of Oxford University. Alastair Lack (pictured left) read Modern History at […]
Despite the wintry weather, the Margaret Day Room was filled to capacity on Tuesday 3rd February by around 56 Group members and visitors for a talk by Ruth Gibson entitled […]
Journal N0. 28, December 2014 of the Henley-on-Thames Archaeological and Historical Group has been published. This issue is devoted to the buildings and people of the North side of Friday […]
The 42nd Annual General Meeting of the Henley-on-Thames Archaeological and Historical Group was held on Tuesday 2nd December, 2014 in the Stable Barn of the former Kings Arms pub. Valerie […]
Recently there have been two applications for planning permission in the historic core of Henley, which have potential archaeological implications. The County Archaeologist and SODC Planning have been contacted and […]
The programme for the 2014/15 Lecture Season has just been announced. All lectures take place at King’s Arms Barn from 7.45pm. 7th October, 2014 Dr Simon Townley Victoria County […]
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