Wednesday, 20 September 2017
RETAILERS and residents bought a total of 167 small Christmas trees to decorate Henley this year.
The trees, which have fairy lights, were installed outside shops and houses across the town by WindowFlowers, which also provides the town’s hanging baskets. They were put up at the start of December and will come down next month.
Town manager Helen Barnett said: “We are very grateful to all the shops and businesses which had the wonderful festive trees outside their shops and units. It makes Henley a fantastic ambient environment for people to come and enjoy and do their shopping.” The buyers were as follows: Five trees: Leander Club; Four trees: Ruth Cassidy; Three trees: Ballards, Courtiers, Higgs & Co, Mercers, Pachangas; Two trees: Angel on the Bridge, Aura Creative, Bird in Hand, Facy, Henley Town Council, Hobbs of Henley, Kench & Co, Kenton Theatre, Live Designs, Patisserie Franco Belge, Regal Picturehouse, Reids of Henley, River & Rowing Museum, Sainsbury’s, Savills, Scott Investment Partnership, Screaming Frog, Simmons & Sons, St Mary’s Church, the Chocolate Café, the Head Partnership, Villa Marina, Vinegar Hill, Anne Menzies, Philip Allison, Vivian Wright, Tony Hall, Sue Butler; One tree: Active VIII Physiotherapy, Adventures in Music, Anthony Paul Jewellery, Bagatelle Toys, Bell Bookshop, Biggie Best, Blores, Boatique, Bohun Gallery, Brook House Trading, Buffery & Co, Candela, CAU restaurant, Central Home, Charmosa, Christ Church Centre, d:two, Davis Tate, E T Sheppard, ERCL, Estilo, Frost Borneo, Gorvett & Stone, Henley Barbers, Henley Chiropractic Centre, Henley Goldsmiths, JoJo Maman Bébé, Jonkers Bookshop, La Medusa, Laurence Menswear, Lawsons Goldsmiths, Liz Felix Millinery, Lloyds, Loch Fyne, Magoos, Manzana, Marc Antoni, NatWest, Naughty Mutt Nice, P Armati & Co, Pizza Express, Royal House Dental Centre, Sparkes Jewellery, Spoon, Starvale, Temptation Gifts, the Argyll, the Henley Group International, the Kiln Ceramic Café, the Square, the Three Tuns, Tomalin & Son, Towergate Insurance, Yoga Central Plus, Alan Simmons, Andy Symons, Helen Bonsor, Denmark House, Helen Gaynor, Jo Burgess, John Robinson, John Sommers, Kate Tooley, Lauren Connelly, Mrs Breadner, Mrs C Dunning, Mrs P Beggin, Mrs Jean Lowery, Mrs Simonds, Nicola Dandridge, Pat MacKenzie, Sally Batty, Thomas Falconar, Tony Fox, Valerie Pickard, Blue Cross, Citizens Advice, Cancer Research UK, Helen and Douglas House, Henley day centre, Oxfam, Oxfam Books and Music, Sue Ryder.
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