community groups

HAHG Lecture: Total Abstention in Henley

The Group’s chairman, Michael Redley, spoke to members of the Henley Archaeological & Historical Group on teetotalism in Henley before the First World War on 5 April in the Kings […]

Tree Planting at Tilebarn Wood in Memory of Malcolm Dodds

Malcolm Dodds, former Chair of Henley in Transition (HIT) from 2008 to 2016 who sadly passed away at the end of last year was honoured with the planting of three […]

The Henley Society – Save Wild Tigers Talk

The Henley Society’s April talk, held in Shiplake Memorial Hall, was given by Simon Clinton founder of Marlow based conservation organisation ‘Save Wild Tigers’. In this, the Chinese year of […]

Rotary Club Invites Volunteers & Groups to Help River Clean-Up

Henley Rotary Club whose focus is now more an environmental club is joining up with the Rotary Thames Valley District for a River Thames clean up on the weekend of […]

Henley Rotarians Raise £1,160 for Ukrainians Displaced and Wounded

Members of the Rotary Club of Henley-on-Thames would like to thank generous member of the public who contributed £1,160 during the club’s Town Square collection last Saturday (2 April). It […]

8,000 Trees Planted This Season

Greener Henley, in collaboration with local businesses and the Hambleden wildlife group, have planted 3300 trees and 4700 hedge plants so far this season! Patrick Fleming from Greener Henley said, […]

Young Swimmers Make Waves for Charity at Lions Club Swimarathon

The Henley Lions Club Swimarathon returned with a splash on Saturday (26 March). 14 teams, comprised of 75 swimmers from local schools and youth organisations, completed a total of 982 […]

Henley Society Talk – Save the Wild Tigers Talk

Friday 8 April 7.15pm Shiplake Memorial Hall RG9 4DN As we enter the Chinese Year of the Tiger one of the planets most iconic and best loved species faces the […]

Henley Volunteers Receive Rotary Awards

Two veteran volunteers in Henley have received commendations from the Rotary Club of Henley on Thames for their years of service to the community. Julia Yeo and Sue Prior, neither […]