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Henley Rowing Club Crowned Most Successful Club at British Junior Championships

The biggest ever British Rowing Junior Championships, ended under a blaze of glorious sunshine as records fell across the three day competition.  A record number of entries saw over 1,500 […]

Badgefest ‘Best Day Ever’

“Best day ever”, were the first words Jacky Steele Headteacher at Badgemore School said to describe the first day of Badgefest – the school’s two-day end of term festival celebration […]

Rail Travel Disruption Around Oxford Next Week

Henley Trains advise us that Network Rail engineering work will be taking place around Oxford from this Saturday 22nd to Sunday 30th July, resulting in replacement buses running from Didcot […]

Police Appeal for Witnesses to Shed Burglary

Thames Valley Police are appealing for witnesses following a shed burglary. Between 9pm on Tuesday (18/7) and 7.45am on Wednesday (19/7) unknown offenders broke into a shed on Wilson Avenue, […]

Borama and Henley Celebrate Friendship with Music on the Meadows

Mill Meadows was lit up with Somalis in colourful traditional dress and dancing on Saturday afternoon for the third Borama Comes to Henley event.  Over 100 people originally from Borama […]

Rockin’ on the Rec at Nettlebed

The music was rockin’ on the rec at Nettlebed Cricket Ground on Saturday afternoon and into the evening. Bands and musicians included Maya and Oli, Dolly and the Dinosaurs who […]

Trinity School Stages First Trinstock Music Festival

Trinity School staged their very own music festival, Trinstock on Saturday in the school grounds for the first time instead of a summer fete to raise money for the school. […]

Record start for Literary Festival as Tickets Go on Sale

Tickets are now on sale for over 150 events at this autumn’s Henley Literary Festival – with a record 8,500 tickets sold by the end of the first day of […]

Fishy Business at Angel on the Bridge

There’s something fishy going on at the Angel on the Bridge in Henley – but it’s all in the very good cause of raising money for Sue Ryder. The Brakspear […]

Chiltern Centre Needs Your Vote for £25,000 Freemasons’ Award

The Chiltern Centre for Disabled Children needs your votes to receive £25,000 from Oxfordshire Freemasons. The Chiltern Centre for Disabled Children is appealing to all its friends and supporters to […]