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Archaelogical and Historical Group Publishes Journal on North Side of Friday Street/in Archaeological & Historical Group, Community Groups, News/by Graham Jones
Journal N0. 28, December 2014 of the Henley-on-Thames Archaeological and Historical Group has been published. This issue is devoted to the buildings and people of the North side of Friday […]
Henley-on-Thames Archaeological and Historical Group AGM/in Archaeological & Historical Group, News/by Graham Jones
The 42nd Annual General Meeting of the Henley-on-Thames Archaeological and Historical Group was held on Tuesday 2nd December, 2014 in the Stable Barn of the former Kings Arms pub. Valerie […]
Planning Applications with Archaeological Interest/in Archaeological & Historical Group, Community Groups, News/by Graham Jones
Recently there have been two applications for planning permission in the historic core of Henley, which have potential archaeological implications. The County Archaeologist and SODC Planning have been contacted and […]
2014/15 Archaeological & Historical Group Lecture Programme/in Archaeological & Historical Group, Community Groups, Entertainment and Leisure/by Graham Jones
The programme for the 2014/15 Lecture Season has just been announced. All lectures take place at King’s Arms Barn from 7.45pm. 7th October, 2014 Dr Simon Townley Victoria County […]
Archaeological & Historical Group New Lecture Seasons Starts/in Archaeological & Historical Group, Community Groups, Entertainment and Leisure, Events, News/by Graham Jones
The Henley Archaeological and History Group Lecture Season starts on 7 October, 2014, with Dr Simon Townley’s talk on “The History of Ewelme”. Dr Simon Townley is well known to […]