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Twin Town Leichlingen Hit by Flooding

The flooding of the rivers in Germany has also affected our twinning town of Leichlingen. Chair of the newly merged Henley Falaise Leichlingen Twinning Association said, “The news from Leichlingen […]

First Two Gold Awards for 1st Henley Brownies

Amelia Jones and Eloise Askin were the first Brownies to be awarded Gold badges in 1st Henley-on-Thames Brownies. Girlguiding UK introduced the new programme in 2019 which has 6 themes […]

Brownies Bowled Over

1st Henley Brownies were bowled over by the welcome they got when they went to Henley Bowling Club last week to try out bowling for the first time. Kevin showed […]

Growing a Greener Henley in July

June was a particularly good month to be a slug or a weed as both seemed to flourish in the rain.  For anyone trying to grow fruit and vegetables, it […]

Symphony Orchestra Celebrates New Beginnings With Live Concert

Henley Symphony Orchestra is delighted to announce that, for the first time in over a year  ̶  Covid measures permitting  ̶  it will be presenting a live concert at Christ […]

HAHG Lecture: The Golden Age of British Posters

The popular speaker Dr Graham Twemlow gave a talk to the Group on 1 June, about British graphic posters in the 1920s and 1930s. His talk was illustrated with spectacular images […]

Peter Publishes New Book on the Pandemic Transforming the World of Work

Henley resident and member of the Rotary Club of Henley, Peter Thomson has co-written a business book about how the world of work has been transformed by the Covid-19 pandemic. […]

Growing a Greener Henley in June

  Last month we were complaining that we couldn’t get on with things.  Now, all of a sudden, there’s too much to do. Thanks to the rain, the weeds have […]

Rail Bridge Vandalised

The Henley Society have written to Network Rail about the state of the Mill Lane overbridge asking for it to be sand blasted and repainted as it is an eyesore.  […]