Henley Royal Regatta Chairman Mike Sweeney was delighted with the biggest opening day crowd for more than two decades as the Temple Challenge Cup for Universities, clubs and schools provided some of the 2013 Regatta’s most spectacular racing today.
The Henley Herald’s Guide to the 164th Henley Royal Regatta. From rowing results to car parking, shopping to late night buses… The Organisers – Henley Royal Regatta Download each day’s […]
The 164th Henley Royal Regatta opens tomorrow morning and looks set to offer a feast of racing head-to-heads across all events with many 2012 Olympic medallists in action.
Yesterday the Olympic 2012 torch relay cauldron which carried the Olympic flame on the final day of the torch relay aboard the Queen’s rowbarge the Gloriana was donated to the River and Rowing Museum by LOCOG as part of the Games’ legacy…
A celebration was held at Station Park this morning for supporters and sponsors of the Henley in Bloom floral engine which has been renovated in all it’s former floral glory. […]
This July for the first time, the Regal will be holding a series of outdoor screenings at Mill Meadows. Entry is from 7.30pm, film screenings start at 9.00pm. You can […]
Yesterday the iphone Regatta Radio app was launched on the App Store and broadcasting starts tomorrow (Friday 29 June) for the qualifiers. Celebrating it’s 8th year, Regatta Radio is a […]
Ian Reismann, Chair of the Townlands Steering Group gave an update at the Henley Town Full Council Meeting on Tuesday on the progress of the Townlands project. NHS England Thames […]
The Henley Women’s Regatta (HWR) held over last Friday, Saturday and Sunday saw over 1850 rowers competing from many UK rowing clubs and six different countries including one rower from South Africa…
With difficult conditions at Eton Dorney this weekend but with the help of a full house crowd and the Dorney Roar, GB Leander rowers won 7 gold, 2 silver and […]