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Floods Hit Henley Town Football Club’s Finances

Henley Town Football Club’s finances have been severely hit by the recent heavy rains and floods in the Mill Lane […]

Townlands Public Meeting Postponed to 22 January

On Monday 6 January the TSG sub group members met with Harold Caldwell from NHS Property Services who are responsible […]

Flood Photos Keep Flooding In

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Henley Businesses Now Flooded

On Thursday Henley Fire Service were out helping the Red Lion Hotel empty the water where it was near their […]

More Rain and River Still Rising

The river is still rising after more rainfall last night. A few photos from around Henley to give you a little fun relief from all the rain….

Hotel du Vin took the photo in New Street with a little helpful health & safety …

Neighbourhood Plan Consultation – Only 1 More Week To Have Your Say

The Joint Henley and Harpsden Neighbourhood Plan will set out a vision for the future of Henley and Harpsden to […]

River Breaks Banks In Henley

With the rainfall last night the river has now broken the banks in Henley.  Mill Meadows is now looking like […]

Fulfill that New Year Promise to Give Back to Your Community

Oxfordshire Community and Voluntary Action (OCVA) launches a new and interesting county-wide initiative for local people in towns across Oxfordshire […]

Our 2013 in Henley

In the Henley Herald’s first year we have published over 1,000 stories.  We have enjoyed learning and writing about so […]

Mayor’s New Year Message

Henley on Thames is a special, beautiful place to live with a real sense of community. We have a rich […]