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Report written by Cllr Stefan Gawrysiak. All views are his own.
Report for the six-week Council cycle ending Tuesday 14th Nov
This report is a summary to keep HRG members and other residents up to date with things that have been happening. After each six-week cycle of Council meetings, a new report with be emailed.
OUR HENLEY TOWN COUNCILLORS
HRG currently have 13 councillors out of 16 in ...
As anyone who drives these days will be painfully aware, Britain’s roads are in an abysmal condition at the moment, perhaps the worst in living memory. We seldom comment on National Politics but in this instance, we really have no choice because Henley’s roads are as badly affected as everyone ...
Finally, a chance to catch up for HRG Members and Councillors!
Following a period when socialising was dangerous (!) and our summer barbeque was lost because of the passing of the Queen, HRG caught up with each other in the Kings Arms Barn in November. And what an evening it was!!
HRG Members Attend AGM and Review Achievements 2021-2022
The Henley Residents Group (HRG) held its Annual General Meeting recently at the Kings Arms Barn. Over 40 members attended the first in-person AGM since 2019.
HRG Leader Gill Dodds welcomed those attending stating that “HRG continue to be the party that residents trust. We have secured the election ...
An amazing success for HRG’s own Kellie Hinton.
Cllr Kellie Hinton was first elected to Henley Town Council representing the Henley Residents Group in 2011. She became Henley’s youngest ever Mayor in 2017 and was elected as a District Councillor in 2019. She has now been chosen by the Council to be Deputy-Chair.
What an amazing story! Well ...
Mayor Making returns to the Queen Elizabeth Hall
At the Town Meeting on 9th May 2022, Cllr Michelle Thomas was elected Mayor for the year and Cllr Donna Crook was elected Deputy Mayor.
There follows Michelle’s acceptance speech:
Deputy lieutenant ladies and gentlemen a very warm welcome back again to the rather aptly named queen ...
The Town Council has engaged Abreu Landscapes to carefully remove the concrete that was put on the slipway in summer 2020.
The land is unregistered, but this area of riverbank, along with the manorial rights, were sold to the Town Council’s predecessor, Henley Borough Council, in 1932 by the previous owner, William Mackenzie of Fawley Court. Henley Town Council has asserted its ownership of the land on several occasions ...
On Tuesday 9th November 2021, another new pedestrian crossing was opened on Gravel Hill close to Hop Gardens.
The crossing will make a busy wide road safe for children to cross on their way to Badgemore School, for students walking to the college, for people from the south side of town visiting the ...