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Update on Clean Air for Henley No Idling Campaign

Clean Air for Henley’s No Idling campaign has now visited all 6 primary schools in Henley and had a most enthusiastic reception from pupils and staff. Each day has consisted […]

No Idling – Turn Off Your Engine Campaign Needs Your Help

Children are particularly vulnerable to air pollution. Health effects can include asthma, reduced lung capacity (latest statistic states that an affected child by the age of 8 could have a […]

Henley in Transition Launch Free Solar Panel Community Scheme

Many public buildings in Henley have already embraced solar energy by installing solar panels and are benefiting from lower electricity costs without having any noticeable blight on the building’s architecture. […]

Henley Community Energy Initiative Talk

Reading Community Energy have already completed a project in Reading that involved putting 700 solar panels on 12 buildings including a library, schools, churches, local businesses and community centres. They […]

Henley’s Living Wall to Cleanse Streets of Pollution

Local Henley artist, Clive Hemsley, launched Henley’s first “living wall” on Tuesday afternoon. The 30ft Living Wall is positioned on the side of his home, Longlands House, a Grade II […]