A total of 171 summer hanging baskets has been bought by town centre businesses and residents in a bid to help Henley win Britain in Bloom. So who has been buying them?
SIX — Higgs Group, Station Road, First Great Western, Henley station, Station Road.
FIVE — the Argyll, Market Place, the Hub, Station Road, Spice Merchant, River Side, the Row Barge, West Street, Boathouse Reach residents.
FOUR — Ruth Cassidy, Thames Side, Hobbs of Henley, Station Road, Gibbs & Dandy, Reading Road, Scott Investment, Thames Side.
THREE — Patisserie Franco Belge, Duke Street, Ballards, Hart Street, Waitrose, Bell Street, Richard Way Books, Friday Street, Aura Creative, Bell Street, Bird in Hand, Greys Road.
TWO — A Manning UK, Reading Road, Stonehouse Property Care, Station Road, Facy’s, Market Place, Jaeger, River Side, ERCL/SAER, Station Road, the Henley Veterinary Centre, Reading Road, Jean Long, Bell Street, Savills, Bell Street, Tony and Sue Vivian-Wright, Greys Road, Kench & Co, Station Road, Norman Peters, Northfield End, Rive Gauche, Hart Street, Reids of Henley, Reading Road, Duncan Campbell, Greys Road, Clive Helmsley, Hart Street, L Cormack, Northfield End, the Regal, Boroma Way, Robert Dyas, Bell Street, Cargo, Market Place, Legion Trade Finance, Bell Street, Courtiers Investment Services, Hart Street, Strada, Bell Street, anonymous, BR Management, Boathouse Reach, Lord and Lady Remnant, Northfield End, A B Walker, Reading Road, Henley Sales and Charter, Friday Street, St Andrew’s Road residents, Valerie Stoner, Wyndale Close, Red Lion Hotel, Hart Street, Henley Brew House, Market Place.