Fly-Tipping on The Increase

There have been an increasing number of fly-tipping incidents around Henley over the last few months. The last case (photo above) was seen on the unnamed road on 3 May […]

Headway Choir Performs at Spring Music Concert

Headway Thames Valley, based at Brunner Hall, Greys Road Henley hosted their annual Spring Concert this week on Wednesday. The concert featured the Headway Thames Valley Choir and the Reading […]

Outdoor Adventure Workshops at Stonor Park This Half Term

Looking for something different for your kids to do in half term outside in the fresh air?  Mud & Guts is an outdoor adventure company for children are hosting two […]

Blooming Great Chelsea Fringe Henley Starts This Weekend

The 2019 Chelsea Fringe Henley programme of events starts this weekend with Grape to Glass tomorrow (Saturday 18 May) at the Fairmile Vineyard and the hidden garden at the Quaker […]

HAHG Lecture: The Blewbury Big Dig

Dr David Carless of SOAG (the South Oxfordshire Archaeology Group) spoke to Henley Archaeological and Historical Group at their monthly meeting on 7 May about the archaeology of Blewbury and […]

Henley Drama Festival Sees Awards for Stageworks and HAODs

The culmination of five nights of great drama for the 48th annual Henley Drama Festival ended with a prize giving ceremony at the Kenton Theatre on Saturday night. Eleven performances […]

Literary Festival Announces First Names

Variety is the spice of life at Henley Literary Festival, which today announces its initial star-studded line-up of authors who will be appearing at their 13th event from September 28 […]

Probus Club Meeting

The Chairman opened the meeting with the Chairman`s report covering the previous 12 months and highlighted: the excellent work of Barrie Fitton, the Treasurer of the Club for 7 years […]

Henley High Street Sees New Openings

Henley high street is seeing some changes ahead of the busy summer season. A new ladies shoe shop, Cecilia Quinn Shoe Boutique has opened in the old Whittington Art shop […]