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HAHG Lecture: Henley & the Olympic Games 1908

The first talk to the Henley Archaeological & Historical Group (HAHG) held live since the pandemic was given at the Kings Arms Barn on 12 October by Dr Michael Redley on […]

Henley Library Exhibition: From Medieval to Modern Town

Don’t miss the Henley-on-Thames Archaeological Group’s display now on show in Henley Library for several weeks. Its theme is the modernisation of the town during the latter part of the […]

New Henley History Book Charts ‘From Tithe to Terrace’

A new book from Tillage to Terrace has recently been published by Hilary Fisher which outlines the 19th century history of the expansion of the town into the adjoining parish […]

HAHG Lecture: The Golden Age of British Posters

The popular speaker Dr Graham Twemlow gave a talk to the Group on 1 June, about British graphic posters in the 1920s and 1930s. His talk was illustrated with spectacular images […]

HAHG Lecture: Dating Henley’s Mediaeval Buildings

The Henley Historical and Archaeological Group enjoyed a talk given on 4 May by its committee member Ruth Gibson on the project to date Henley’s buildings using tree rings. Tree-ring dating […]