Council news

Cash Boost for Local South Oxfordshire Rural Projects

More than £350,000 has been injected into projects that support businesses and community organisations in South Oxfordshire. Drawn from the […]

Planning Committee Recommends Refusal of Nationwide Cash Point

The Henley Town Council Planning Committee have recommended refusal of a proposed ATM installation outside the Nationwide building in Market […]

Rory is Appointed New Mayor of Henley

Councillor Rory Hunt was invested as Henley Mayor today at a Mayor Making ceremony at the Town Hall. Rory aged […]

Henley Town Council Plan to Install Water Fountain at Mill Meadows

Henley Town Council is looking to install a water fountain at Mill Meadows. The proposed fountain received unanimous support from […]

Town Council Hosts Inaugural Student Congress

Henley Town Council hosted a Student Congress on Tuesday with Gillotts School and Henley College representatives at the Town Hall. […]

Town Hall Lit Up for NotMyShame Child Sex Abuse Awareness Day

Henley Town Hall was lit up white last Wednesday (1 May) to show its support and solidarity for survivors of […]

Henley Town Council Declares a Nature Emergency

Following a meeting of the Full Council last Tuesday (23rd April), Henley Town Council has announced its declaration of a […]

May Fayre Fun Back This Bank Holiday Monday

Traditional family fun is back next Bank Holiday Monday (6 May) for the May Fayre in Market Place from 12 […]

SODC Overrides Town Council Recommendation on Newton Road Development

A plot of land currently fenced off on the entrance to Newtown Road, off Reading Road has been granted planning […]

Councillor Rory Hunt Nominated as Mayor Elect

Councillor Rory Hunt was nominated as Mayor-elect at Tuesday’s Full Council meeting. Rory was elected as a Councillor only last […]