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Henley Watchmaker Offers Government Help With Building Ventilators

Henley luxury watchmaker Bremont have offered the UK Government help with building ventilators for NHS hospitals to help critically-ill patients with Covid-19. The government is trying to source 30,000 ventilators […]

Cook Donates Meals to Elderly & Vulnerable

Cook in Duke Street have been donating frozen meals to the elderly and vulnerable people in Henley over the last couple of weeks since the coronavirus outbreak. Dave Eggleton has […]

Sue Ryder Day Service to Continue and CCG Asked to Consider Townlands for Covid-19 Patients

The Townlands Steering Group have met representatives of the Oxon Clinical Commissioning Group Deputy CEO and End of Life lead to hear clarification of the status of the Hospice and […]

Herald Presents Cheque to Riverside Counselling From Awards Party

Our Editor, Michaela Clarke was delighted to present a cheque to Riverside Counselling on Monday for £1869, the proceeds from Herald’s Community Champion Awards party in February. The money was […]

Mayor Joins Hundreds of Residents for NHS Applause

At 8pm last night, the roads were all quiet but the sound of applause for the NHS workers could be heard around the streets in Henley.  Some waved flags, some […]

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Henley Festival Postponed Until 2021 and Will Return With Same Headliners

It is with much sadness and regret that the Henley Festival Board of Trustees and CEO Nick Mattingley have agreed to postpone Henley Festival for a full year, meaning that […]

Jazz Musician Art Themen Entertains Neighbours With Daily Performances

Though Henley may have stilled amidst the coronavirus crisis, Wharfe Lane comes alive at 6pm each evening as residents enjoy live music from saxophonist Art Themen. Wharfe Lane residents have […]

Fire on Blandy Road on Monday

Henley firefighters were called to a fire on Blandy Road in Henley at 2315 on Monday. On arriving at the scene the firefighters were faced will a fully developed fire […]

Vandalism to Cycle Barriers on Marsh Lock Bridge

The barriers recently installed on the Marsh Lock footbridge to slow cyclists down have been vandalised this week. The photos taken by Paul Cooke show that someone has partially dismantled […]