After Bernie Sanders went viral last week with memes being created after he was photographed sitting cross-legged wearing a mask, jacket and mittens at President Joe Biden’s inauguration, Ria Nyangiti, […]
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With the new variant of Covid that spreads more easily and the imposed lockdown Henley Town Council (HTC) is putting in place some additional special measures to make the ‘food […]
The Town Clerk, Sheridan Jacklin-Edward has responded to the public’s outcry on the Councillors recommending to spend £19,000 on new cast iron heritage bins rather than refurbishing the existing ones. […]
Snow lifted the spirits of everyone today with families out enjoying building snowmen and sledging on 40 Acre Wood and Drawback Hill. The last snow in Henley was 2 years […]
Mike Barry, a renowned environmental specialist who spent 19 years heading up Marks & Spencer’s sustainability work was this week’s speaker at the Rotary Club of Henley-on-Thames’ online talk. The […]
The Henley Town Council Recreation & Amenities Committee have recommended that CCTV should be installed on Brunner Hall on Greys Road to deter the anti-social behaviour on and around the […]
Work at the First Chapel at the Fairmile Cemetery is nearing completion to convert it into a Columbarium where people can store their loved one’s ashes in urns in glass […]
Two silver vehicles were involved in a crash at the junction of The Close on Greys Road today (Thursday) at around midday. Police, fire service and ambulance were at the […]
The Board of Trustees of Henley Festival are pleased to announce the appointment of Jo Bausor as CEO. Jo has worked at Henley Festival for 9 years, previously as Head […]
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