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Volunteers ‘HIT’ Litter & Clean Up

Lots of volunteers were out in Henley town on Saturday morning to help with the HIT Litter campaign to clean up the town as part of the Henley in Bloom campaign.

We Will Remember Them… Remembrance Parade

On a bright but cold morning hundreds of people gathered in Market Square yesterday to pay their respects at the Henley Remembrance Day service.  Canon Martyn Griffiths from St Mary’s […]

Scouts provide hot refreshments to sledgers

On Saturday leaders from the 1st Henley Scout group set up a refreshment tent on Drawback Hill, a renowned sledging hotspot. Leader Derek Harding said: “I came down on Friday […]

1st Henley-on-Thames Cub Scouts have had a successful 2012

Our cub packs in Henley are going from strength to strength Every year, Scouting UK helps 400,000 youngsters in the UK to enjoy new adventures; to experience the outdoors, to […]

Henley Beavers Have a Busy End to the Year

[image_frame style=”framed” align=”center”]https://www.henleyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Beavers.gif[/image_frame] The Henley Beaver Scouts are a group of 25 children aged between 6 & 8 and they have certainly been busy over the past few weeks. Since […]