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HAHG Lecture: Famous Local Folk

Marie-Louise Kerr, known as “curator without museum”, gave a lively talk to members of Henley Archaeological & Historical Group this month in the Kings Arms Barn. Her topic was “Famous […]

HAHG Lecture: Historic Environment Image Project

Dr Janice Kinory, of the Historic Environment Image Resource (HEIR) project, spoke to the Henley Archaeological & Historical Group on 3 May in the Kings Arms Barn. HEIR is a project […]

HAHG Lecture: Total Abstention in Henley

The Group’s chairman, Michael Redley, spoke to members of the Henley Archaeological & Historical Group on teetotalism in Henley before the First World War on 5 April in the Kings […]

HAHG: 2022 AGM and Members’ Talks

The 2022 AGM of the Henley Archaeological and Historical Group was held on 1 March in the Kings Arms Barn. Committee member Dr Michael Redley was elected Chairman, replacing John Whiting […]

HAHG Lecture: A 17th Century Christmas

Tim Healey of the Oxford Waits, a band of historical musicians, entertained members of the Henley Archaeological and Historical Group on 7 December in the Kings Arms Barn. With vivid period […]