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Join in World Rivers Day

People in Henley are being encouraged to join in World Rivers Day on Sunday 27 September. The day is a celebration of the world’s waterways, highlighting the many values of rivers, […]

Mayor Visits Gardiner Place Apartments

Henley Mayor, Councillor Ken Arlett got the chance this week to see the 14 new luxury one and two bedroom apartments which have been built on Gardiner Place (former Market […]

Henley Bowling Club Round Up of Season

In this strange time of Covid-19, the Henley-on-Thames Bowling Club has managed to keep its members on the green and enjoying the game of lawn bowls. Although they haven’t played […]

Trio Take On Rations Challenge To Support Syrian Refugees

Three Henley residents have taken on the Rations Challenge to raise money for international humanitarian organisation, Concern Worldwide. From 13th-19th September, Phoebe Miller, Lauren Miller and Josh McGrath ate a […]

Nursery Raises £100 on Jeans for Gene Day

The Old Station Nursery, a local nursery located just off the Fairmile, participated in ‘Jeans for Genes Day’ on Friday 18th September. Jeans for Genes Day is an annual fundraising […]

Invitation to Clinical Commission Group’s Board Meeting and AGM

Henley residents are invited to attend Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group’s (OCCG) Board meeting and Annual Public Meeting on Thursday 24 September. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, both these events will be […]

Electric Blanket Safety Campaign Targets Henley Residents

In Henley on Thames, only 44 electric blankets were checked by Trading Standards’ fire safety officers last year. With a countywide 17% failure rate, the team is encouraging many more […]

Children Capture Colour in Nature in Museum’s Photography Competition

This year’s Wildlife Photography Competition, ‘Colour in Nature’, organised by the River & Rowing Museum, once again invited local children to help them celebrate our natural world through the medium […]

Henley Rotary Club Webinar – Start Your Engines for a Sustainable Future

Petrol heads take note — you no longer have watch 6.9 mpg polluters tearing around the track.  Formula 1 may still be getting the chequered flag, but Formula E is […]

Rupert House Pupils Support Cancer Charities

Children at Rupert House School have been supporting two cancer charities; Cancer Research and the Little Princess Trust. Last Sunday, five pupils Elin Barr (10), Alise Barr (6), Holly White […]