Parking & Transport
Public Car Parking in Henley on Thames
Some roads in the centre of Henley have on-street parking via a pay-and-display system. There is however a Residents Parking Scheme on many of the same roads, so be careful not to use those spaces.
In addition, there are the following car parks:
Mill Meadows (access via Meadow Road) – RG9 1BE
Kings Road – RG9 2DQ
Greys Road – RG9 2AA
Southfields (access via Goodall Close off Greys Road, between Deanfield Avenue and Albert Road) – RG9 1BJ
Marsh Meadows, Mill Lane – RG9 4HD
APCOA at Henley on Thames Station – RG9 1AY
Dry Leas at Henley Rugby Club – RG9 2JN
This link will take you to the Parkopedia website which has full details of the car parks.
Provides local bus services on various routes around Henley town
139 service from Wallingford to Henley on Thames via Benson and Nettlebed
The X80 Regatta service connects High Wycombe, Marlow, Henley-on-Thames, Caversham and Reading, Monday to Saturday.
You can purchase tickets online and track your bus with real time departure information via their app here.
High Wycombe to Reading via Henley on Thames
- 800 via Shiplake, Binfield Heath, Dunsden Green and Caversham
- 850 via Wargrave and Twyford
The Henley HandyBus helps people to get out and about, to meet their friends and to go shopping locally and twice each month to Reading. It is for people who do not have transport, those with mobility difficulties as well as for local organisations.
The bus will collect you from your home and take you to various places in Henley on a daily basis. The HandyBus carries wheelchairs and the drivers will help with heavy shopping bags and trolleys.
Each day the bus has its regular duties which include shopping at Tesco and Waitrose. Most weekdays it takes passengers to the Over 60s Social Club in the town centre. The bus is also available for outings in the evenings and at weekends.
See the website, or call or email for more details.
New Henley Handybus Scheme
A weekly shopping bus service replacing the now defunct Oxfordshire Dial-a-Ride, this service is a different one – but confusingly has chosen the same name – to the old Henley and District Handibus Scheme, that renamed itself to Henley Handybus a year or so ago and is listed above.
This new scheme serves the villages of Bix, Nettlebed, Park Corner, Cookley Green, Howe Hill, Pishill, Stonor and the Assendons, and is a door-to-door service picking up those without access to public or private transport and taking them to Tesco or Waitrose in Henley and then bringing them home. There is no charge for tickets but a bus pass would be useful if you have one.
Runs at 9.30 am on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday each month, returning by 1 pm. The OCC Comet runs on the other weeks at 10.30 am on Thursdays, returning by 2 pm.
The Oxfordshire Comet
A bookable transport service from Oxfordshire County Council for those who can’t access suitable public transport to allow them to make the journeys they want.
The Oxfordshire Comet can be booked for any type of trip. Whether it’s to meet friends in town, travel across the county, attend an appointment or pop to the shops. The service is available 10.15 am – 2.30 pm Monday to Friday (not Bank Holidays). More details on their website.
Click here to book – it’s very easy with a pre-paid account that can be set up on the phone.
More news about the launch of the Comet here.
OCC has discontinued this service due to budget cuts.
Volunteer Car Transport
Henley On Thames Volunteer Bureau Car Scheme
Provides volunteer drivers for the elderly and for infirm and disabled housebound adults and children.
34 Market Place
(Behind the Citizens’ Advice Bureau)
Henley On Thames
Henley on Thames Station
National Rail Enquiries
Traveline South East & Anglia provides a public transport journey planning within Great Britain.