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Substance Spill on King James Way

Henley fire service are attending a spillage of some substance on King James Way outside the One Stop shop today at around 2pm. Fire service are directing traffic at the […]

College Responds to Sites Being Included in Neighbourhood Plan Review

The Henley College sites in Deanfield Avenue and the original Rotherfield site off Paradise Road have been shortlisted in the latest Joint Henley & Harpsden Neighbourhood Plan review report undertaken […]

Historic House Sign Project Ends on a High

The Henley Herald was delighted to help with the finishing of The Henley Society’s historic house sign project yesterday morning when the last sign (Caxton Terrace) was returned to its […]

Travelling Community Illegally Park in Museum Car Park

Updated:  Yesterday afternoon (Wednesday)  They moved to Memorial Field in Shiplake. Reports have said, “Children seen on the bowling green throwing balls (probably jacks) and pushing a wheelbarrow on the […]

Residents Join Together at Oarsome Regatta Street Parties

Pimms and champagne were flowing on Saturday at street parties around Henley to mark Henley Royal Regatta despite it being cancelled this year. Marmion Road, St Marks Road, Gravel Hill, […]

Former Rose & Crown Landlord Celebrates 100th Birthday With Sing-a-Long

Former landlord of the Rose & Crown pub in New Street, Dave Beck celebrated his 100th birthday yesterday outside his home in Belle Vue Road with a large gathering of […]

Verge Works Causes Problems for Mini Toads Crossing the Road

Mini toads crossing the Marlow Road back from the pond at the Henley Business School where they have hatched to Oaken Grove Wood on the Culden Faw estate have had […]

Government Emergency Active Cycling & Walking Scheme Funding for Henley

Henley will receive part of Oxfordshire’s first tranche of £600K funding from the Transport Secretary’s government package to create a new era for cycling and walking. The aim of this […]

Message from Chief Superintendent Christian Bunt about Further Easing of Restrictions

After over three months of social restrictions, we understand that people will want to go out and enjoy themselves when lockdown restrictions ease further on Saturday (4/7). As these restrictions […]

Pubs & Restaurants Looking Forward to Reopening Tomorrow

Pubs and restaurants in Henley will be reopening their doors from tomorrow (Saturday) with new Covid-19 health and safety procedures in place to ensure the safety of both customers and […]