Kellie Hinton is Vice-Chair of SODC !
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 2022
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 ...
Henley Town Council Removes Concrete from Slipway
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 ...
Another zebra crossing is open!
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 ...
The Mayor Unveils the Oxfordshire Way Marker
On Monday 13th September 2021, the Mayor of Henley, Cllr Sarah Miller, unveiled a marker to show one end of the Oxfordshire Way.
The plan to design and install markers at each end of the Oxfordshire Way was formed after Kevin Rodd completed the walk three years ago and was disappointed to find no marker ...
Henley Town Council co-opts new councillor
Henley Town Council prepares to welcome Tom Buckley
Henley Town Council is proposing to co-opt local resident Tom Buckley to fill the current vacancy on the Town Council. Tom is not a member of either the Henley Residents Group or of the Conservative Party (or any other political party) but has the respect and support of both in taking on the ...
A Personal Thank You From Stefan
Two More Pedestrian Crossings Approved!!!
Swiss Farm and Gravel Hill, Henley
TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDERS PASSED!
Today, Thursday 29th April, the OCC Cabinet Member for the Environment Yvonne Constance passed the Traffic regulation order to bring these two crossings into existence.
The Swiss farm consultation resulted in 126 people in favour of the ...
10,000 up and still counting!
Councillor Stefan Gawrysiak was the instigator behind providing volunteers to marshall the car park at the Bell and Hart surgeries. Stefan was on duty today as the total number of jabs passed the target of 10,000. The Henley surgeries are also providing inoculations for both Nettlebed and Shiplake. ...