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About Henley

Have a look at our History page to discover more about Henley's interesting past.

If you are more interested in the present day Henley on Thames, perhaps you would like to look at our Map link which will help you to find your way around.

We've also attached some Useful Links to our website to help you to find out about the many festivals, activities, clubs and organisations operating in the town. There is also lots of information on the website about the make-up of the Henley on Thames Town Council itself.  The Council takes an active part in much that goes on in the town and maintains many of the open spaces and flower beds and baskets that make the town so uniquely attractive.

Henley falls under the South Oxfordshire District Council, which in turn comes under Oxfordshire County Council.  If you wish to contact someone about an issue and you are not sure who is responsible then have a look at our Responsibilities page.  If it is a Town Council responsibility then you will find our contact details under the Contact Us tab above or just use this link.  We're here to help.

If you live outside of Henley and you would like help in planning your visit please also use the Contact Us tab.  Our Visitor Information staff will offer friendly advice on things to do in Henley as well as in the surrounding area and further afield.  We can help with accommodation, and let you know about walks, cycle rides, local transport, river trips and places to eat and shop. 

If you'd like to know more about our local MP, John Howell, or about our MEPs, just click to follow the links.

And finally in this section, if you are interested in our Twinning Associations, click to follow the link.

You'll find lots more information on this website as you browse around.  Whether you come for the day or are here to stay we hope you enjoy being part of our town in this beautiful corner of England.