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HAHG Lecture: Recording Britain: Celebrating the Country’s Natural Beauty

The art and design historian, Dr Graham Twemlow, gave a talk to the Henley Archaeological and Historical Group on 3 March on Recording Britain: celebrating the Country’s natural Beauty and architectural […]

HAHG Lecture: Excavations in Market Place, Henley

Leslie Capon, assisted by Catherine Edwards, of AOC Archaeology gave the Henley Archaeological and Historical Group a presentation on their recent excavations in advance of Murphy’s development in the Market […]

84-year-old John Green takes on African mountain challenge for Poppy Appeal

Henley Army Cadet Force Remembers Fallen WW1 Soldier Alfred Barnes

Henley Army Cadet Force remember fallen WW1 soldier Alfred Barnes by rejuvenating his grave on the 101st anniversary of his death. Henley Detachment adopted the grave in 2014, as Alfred […]

HAHG Lecture: The General Election of 1906

Members of the Henley Archaeological and Historical Group enjoyed another talk by Michael Redley about Victorian and Edwardian Henley on 5th February, this time about the General Election of 1906 […]

Army Cadet Force Raise £1,200 for Poppy Appeal on Armed Forces Day

Thanks to the generosity of Henley-on-Thames, Henley Army Cadet Force continued with their tradition of honouring Armed forces day by collecting £1,206.17 for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. John […]

18 Newly Qualified Henley Army Cadets

Over the first weekend in March Henley Army Cadet Force awarded 18 Cadets with the recognised Youth First Aid Qualification. The training began on Saturday morning with lessons and practical […]

Henley Army Cadet Force Take to Parachuting

Senior cadets from Henley Detachment Army Cadet Force have just returned from their first Static Line Parachuting Course. Cadets, Matthew Bodman, and Joseph Spratley both from Henley and parade at […]