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Cleaned Up On The Common

Henley suffered only their second defeat of the season going down at Harpenden by 70 runs which might have been a much bigger defeat but for a spirited fight back […]

Henley Residents to be Hit by Proposed Mansion Tax

Recent research has put the Henley constituency amongst the top of those likely to be hit by a proposed Liberal-Democrat mansion tax. Within twenty five years the number of properties […]

Four Birds a Boating Looking for Two New Crew

In June 2014, team Fourbirdsaboating will set off from Monterey Bay, California on an 8 month row across the Pacific Ocean, calling at Honolulu. Hawaii, before continuing the journey to […]

Record Year for Literary Festival

Over a month before the Henley Literary Festival gets underway on September 30th, the tickets record has been broken, with over 30 events sold out already. With more events than […]

College Principal Chair for the Region

The Henley College’s Principal, Tom Espley, has recently been appointed Chair of the Association of South East Colleges. Established 2000, AOSEC is the regional organisation representing and serving colleges in […]

Auction of Promises for Local Good Causes

Paula Isaac and Dave Eggleton are organising an Auction of Promises on 28 September to raise money for five local causes at Henley Town Hall.  The money will go to: […]

On the beat… Henley Police Update

Attempted Cheque Fraud A gentleman attempted to cash a cheque for £4,000 at the Nat West Bank on the 15 August.  The cheque was drawn on a Footloose Travel Ltd […]

Rewind Festival Top of the Pops

The Rewind Festival saw thousands of fans descend on Henley again this year all dressed up in their 80s gear.  The festival is renowned for its wacky costumes which just […]

More Road Closures Affecting Henley

Over the next few weeks Henley will continue to be affected by roadworks in surrounding areas which will probably cause more traffic problems in and around the town. Greys Road […]