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HAHG Talk: the Earl and the Pharaoh by Lady Carnarvon/in Archaeological & Historical Group, Community Groups, Entertainment and Leisure, News/by Tony Lynch
In a special talk, outside the monthly programme of the HAHG, members and others welcomed Lady Carnarvon, of Highclere Castle (‘Downton Abbey’), to the Chantry House in Henley on Friday […]
HAHG Talk: The Earl and the Pharaoh – Lady Carnarvon/in Archaeological & Historical Group, Community Groups, Events, News/by Tony Lynch
The Countess of Carnarvon, an award-winning author, is visiting the Chantry House, Henley-on-Thames on Friday 16 September 2022 to give a talk about how the real Downton Abbey relates to […]
50 Million Year Old Puddingstone Gets it Own Special Plaque/in Archaeological & Historical Group, Community Groups, Home - Top Stories, News/by Editor
Ever wondered what looks like a large lump of concrete on the seating area on Gravel Hill is? Well it is a puddingstone that is thought to be more than […]
HAHG Lecture: Famous Local Folk/in Archaeological & Historical Group, Community Groups, News/by Tony Lynch
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/in Archaeological & Historical Group, News/by Tony Lynch
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 […]