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HAHG Lecture: Total Abstention in Henley/in Archaeological & Historical Group, Community Groups/by Tony Lynch
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/in Archaeological & Historical Group, Community Groups, Home - Other Stories, News/by Tony Lynch
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/in Archaeological & Historical Group, Community Groups, News/by Tony Lynch
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 […]
HAHG Event: Members’ visit to River and Rowing Museum/in Archaeological & Historical Group, News/by Tony Lynch
Members of the Henley Archaeological and Historical Group visited the River and Rowing Museum last week at the invitation of its senior staff. The Museum, with its sporting and environmental themes […]
HAHG Lecture: Excavations at Calleva 2018-21/in Archaeological & Historical Group, Community Groups, News/by Tony Lynch
This month’s talk to the Henley Archaeological and Historical Group was given on 2 November by Prof. Michael Fulford of Reading University, summarising the excavations of the Roman bath house in […]