Organisers of the The Henley Art Trail were really pleased with the turnout over the lovely Bank Holiday. The weather brought people out and most of the venues were very well attended.
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Joint Neighbourhood Plan, probably the most important long term planning policy document ever produced for Henley and Harpsden, is finally off the blocks. They urgently need volunteers to come forward to help shape this vision!
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The baby shop Blue Moon on Market Square closed its doors this week and the owners Maria and Yiannis have written the following letter to their customers. What a shame […]
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Today Henley Skatepark Initiative submitted their Sport England Inspired Facilities Lottery application for £50,000 towards our new skatepark. Colin Braithwaite says, “We have submitted a strong application however there are […]