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  • Sat
    26
    Sep
    2020
    Sun
    04
    Oct
    2020
  • Thu
    01
    Oct
    2020
    6.30-9.30pmZoom
    • Site 6 Land at Reading Road, Harpsden Meadows – 6:30pm
    • Site 2 Chiltern Centre - 7:30pm
    • Site 1117 Land east of A4155, Wyevale - 8:30pm
    • Site 878 Thames Farm (NE corner) – 9:15pm

    To register to attend and speak at the sessions, please contact the Planning Officer, Jodie
    Rhymes, at j.rhymes@henleytowncouncil.gov.uk. To watch the sessions online, see the
    Henley Town Council YouTube channel
    The link for this is also on the Henley Town Council website – www.henleytowncouncil.gov.uk

  • Sat
    03
    Oct
    2020
    Sun
    04
    Oct
    2020
    10.00-5.00pmFairmile RG9 2LA

    Opportunity for people to taste just-released 2016 which won silver medallions for both the Classic Cuvée and Rosé in Thames & Chilterns Vineyard Association wine challenge 2020.

    No fees or bookings required, though we will ask your social bubble leader for a contact detail on entry. From 14 September, individual groups of up to 6 people may not mix or form larger groups. Individual households or support bubbles of more than 6 will still be able to gather together - but not mix.

    We sell our chilled wines by the flute and bottle, so feel free to bring a chair or rug as we have withdrawn our external furniture to reduce the number of touch points.

    More details

     

  • Sun
    11
    Oct
    2020
  • Wed
    14
    Oct
    2020
    7.00-8.30pmZoom Online

    The Central Section of the £19 billion Crossrail programme is planned to open for passenger service in 2022.

    The business case envisaged benefits of £42 billion, with some 10% of journeys made on the Underground involving the Elizabeth line.

    Journey times across London will be substantially reduced. To achieve this has required the building of 42 km of 7 metre diameter tunnels deep below London.

    This talk will describe the challenges encountered in the engineering of the Tunnels and Stations, and the very different approach to the monitoring and maintenance of the new railway infrastructure compared to the existing Underground.

    Speaker - John Crosfield  

    To book email cafescihenley@gmail.com

  • Fri
    16
    Oct
    2020
    8:00 amPhyllis Court Club

    The aim of the 3FM (third Friday in the month) Breakfast Meeting is to network, promote business opportunities, catch up with existing partners and forge new alliances.

    More details

  • Thu
    29
    Oct
    2020
    10.00-4.00pmRiver & Rowing Museum

    Discover the magic of the autumn season as Halloween approaches.  Hear spooktacular tales and uncover the secrets of the Wild Wood in these special family sessions with things to make, colour and create.

    Pre-booking Essential – BOOK NOW!