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Lent Talks and Easter Church Services/in News/by Editor
Lent talks at Christ Church. Thursdays at Christ Church 12 noon followed by simple lunch. Thursday 23 March. Revd. Duncan Carter. Thursday 30 March. Revd Jeremy Tayler. Good Friday 7 […]
Work to Remove Pontoons From Slipway to Start in April/in Community Groups, Henley Society, Home - Top Stories, News/by Editor
Sorbon Estates who own the pontoons which are blocking the Friday Street slipway have finally confirmed that contractors have been appointed to remove their pontoons at the start of April […]
Cartoon – Planning Permission Approved for New Vintage Boat Collection Home/in News/by Editor
Nettlebed School Wins STEM St Mary’s School Challenge/in Home - Other Stories, News, Schools, Trinity, Valley Road/by Annie Arscott
Children from four schools from the Henley area have been showing off their skills in science, technology, engineering and maths with the STEM Challenge. Hosted by St Mary’s School on […]
New Swim Challenge Launched to Raise Money for Community Hub/in Home - Other Stories, News, Sport, Swimming/by Editor
A new swim challenge – Swim 21 – is being launched this week as part of efforts to raise £1m for the refurbishment of Henley’s Trinity Hall. The challenge is […]