Photo: Tom Hosking Oxford and Cambridge eights are in the final stages of preparation for the Henley Boat Races, which take place on the famous Royal Regatta course in Henley-on-Thames […]
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Barely pausing for breath after his trenchant Scottish comedy The Angel’s Share, Ken Loach returns to documentary for the first time since 2005’s McLibel for The Spirit of ’45. The […]
With strong links between the two towns already fostered by the rowing fraternity, Henley Festival, schools and the Henley Partnership which have grown over recent years, Bled in Solvenia seems […]
The efforts of those who braved the bitter cold last Sunday evening in support of Henley Symphony Orchestra’s spring (!) concert at Reading’s Hexagon were well rewarded. Lush orchestration […]
Henley-based Absolute Mobility, the accessible baths and walk in shower specialist, is supporting Red Nose Day by offering you the chance to win a bath lift
With so much going on in this year’s Henley Youth Festival one event took place even before the Festival began on Friday. On Friday around 150 young people packed […]
Thursday 2 May
Henley Golf Club in aid of
Chiltern Centre for Disabled Children
Across the Henley constituency 570 people started apprenticeships in the academic year 2011-12, and another 210 have started in the first quarter of this academic year. This comes as the […]
In May 2014 four teachers from the UK and South Africa will set out on the toughest test of endurance imaginable, rowing over 7200 nautical miles from Monterey Bay Aquarium […]
The Gillotts Parents Association (PA) raised about £800 with the help of three performers at the fundraising Comedy Night on Saturday. Rik Moore kicked off the fun with hilarious tales […]
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