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Welcome to Henley-on-Thames

As a Henley family of 8 generations we provide a unique view on Henley. We share old photos/postcards and more recent photos, provide local weather information, and blog to the world about Henley. If you're not sure where to start you can choose from our short list below or just dive in and go somewhere random. If you have a Henley event to promote, a Henley business to advertise or wish to contribute to our website then why not contact us with your information, suggestions or thoughts.

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Did You Know?

The college which is set off Paradise Road used to be the Henley Grammar School which was founded in 1605. Not sure when it closed but believe it was the late 70s or early 80s. It is said that Margaret Thacher closed more grammar schools than any other education minister then and to date. So it was possibly during her time?

Interactive Aerial Photo of Henley » Aerial View of Henley-on-Thames Friar Park Fair Mile Hop Gardens Paradise Road Northfield End West Street Gravel Hill Town Hall Market Place Bell Street New Street Wharfe Lane River Thames Duke Street Hart Street Thames Side Friday Street Saint Mary's Church Reading Road Henley Bridge Aston Remenham Lambridge Wood Road Station Road Grove Road Countryside Pack and Prime Lane Grange Road Marmion Road Goodall Close

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About Henley-on-Thames

Henley is a market town in Oxfordshire, England. It can be found in the beautiful Thames Valley region along one of the most scenic stretches of the River Thames. The town is picturesque and relaxing with plenty to see and do.

Henley Bridge sits proudly on the river and joins the town to the village of Remenham where the famous Henley Royal Regatta is held. Henley Royal Regatta lasts for four days in late June / early July and truly brings the town to life. The Regatta culminates with a fireworks finale to send the town partying into the Henley Festival a week later.

A visit to Henley is good at any time of the year. Tourism is a very important to the Henley area and you can be assured of a friendly welcome from the local residents. Henley is home to a number of small curiosity and antique shops that are sure to spark your interest. The award winning River and Rowing Museum is an extremely popular attraction.

Key landmarks in Henley include Saint Mary's Church which sits magnificently opposite Henley Bridge. If you're looking for somewhere to eat then you can't go wrong in Henley. The bustling town centre is overflowing with good restaurants.

Please take some time to explore our website and take a "virtual tour" of Henley. If there's an area of the town or surrounding area that you'd like to see us feature please contact us.

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