Friday, 23 March 2018
HUNDREDS of people turned out to support Henley’s new look May Fayre today (Monday).
Despite showers and grey
This year the event moved back to the town centre for the first time in more
Organiser Sarah Miller, a town councillor, said she had received positive feedback on relocating the event.
She said: “It’s been an absolutely amazing day. There has been a real buzz and people have been telling me they are glad it’s back in the town square.
“The cafés and restaurants are busy and everyone was having a good time.”
The event was opened by Henley Mayor Julian Brookes, which was followed by
The winners of the fancy dress competition, judged by Angie Best, were Ethan Procter, seven, and Ada Stevens-Sly, six.
They were crowned May king and queen and were given a ride around the town centre on a rickshaw.
Later in the
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