Sunday, 27 September 2020

Jousting at Stonor

Jousting at Stonor

JOUSTING tournaments will be held at Stonor Park on September 26 and 27. The Knights of Royal England will be staging two competitions ...

 

Artist’s work comes naturally

Artist’s work comes naturally

A GROUP of artists is staging an exhibition at the Herb Farm in Sonning Common. Painters Sarah Pye and Maria Meerstadt, textile artist ...

 

Exhibition inspired by nature

Exhibition inspired by nature

AN exhibition at a Henley art gallery is raising money for two causes. Informality in Market Place is showing the Spirit of Nature, a ...

 

Brain injury means I can’t remember sporting glory

Brain injury means I can’t remember sporting glory

A FORMER international rower is hoping to inspire other people with a brain injury by telling his life story. Nick Davis, from Emmer ...

 

Life goes on

AN exhibition about living with a brain injury will be launched at the River & Rowing Museum in Henley next month. Life After Brain ...

 

Design day is back for the eighth year

Design day is back for the eighth year

IF you are thinking about building or renovating your home, an event returning to Henley for the eighth year tomorrow (Saturday) could ...

 

Largest collection of artist’s first work

THE first major exhibition in the UK to examine the early years of the artist Rembrandt has opened at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. ...

 

Artist’s work creates tension

Artist’s work creates tension

TOM CARTMILL, who is known for his textured and intricately worked drawings, is presenting a “meet the artist” event next Saturday ...

 

Guild’s exhibition celebrates life and music of late Beatle

Guild’s exhibition celebrates life and music of late Beatle

AN exhibition celebrating the life and career of George Harrison is being staged at the Old Fire Station gallery in Henley. Here Comes ...

 

Double gold boat goes on show

Olympic champion celebrates museum’s new rowing exhibition

AN exhibition saluting the contribution of women to British rowing has been launched in Henley. Double Olympic champion Helen Glover ...

 

Care home stages exhibition of resident’s paintings

Care home stages exhibition of resident’s paintings

AN artist had an exhibition of her work at the Wargrave care home where she lives. Marjie Harris, 87, who has lived at The Mount in ...

 

Mummy scares off opposition in scarecrow competition

Mummy scares off opposition in scarecrow competition

CHILDREN got into the Halloween spirit by delivering scarecrows to Stonor Park. They were invited to enter a competition to create the ...

 

Artist talk

ARTIST Anthony White will talk about his exhibition at the Informality gallery in Market Place, Henley, tomorrow (Saturday) from 2pm ...

 

Snowy owl chick is being hand-reared

Snowy owl chick is being hand-reared

KEEPERS at Beale Wildlife Park were faced with a dilemma when the resident snowy owls hatched out two chicks. Owl chicks have big ...

 

Historian’s back room view of moon landing

Historian’s back room view of moon landing

TOMORROW night (Saturday) will mark the 50th anniversary of man first landing on the moon. At 9.17pm on Sunday, July 20, 1969 — UK ...

 

Film show to mark the moon landings

Film show to mark the moon landings

FANS of the moon landings are counting down the days to the 50th anniversary next Saturday evening (July 20). In Henley, the occasion ...

 

Get ready for return of floral flotilla

Get ready for return of floral flotilla

UPCYCLING, poetry and a floral flotilla along the River Thames are among the attractions at this week’s Chelsea Fringe Henley. The ...

 

Thousands flock to May Fayre

Thousands flock to May Fayre

THOUSANDS of people packed the streets of Henley for the town's annual May Fayre. The event, which was held in Market Place yesterday ...

 

Children’s art display at museum

THE River & Rowing Museum in Henley has put on  display work by children inspired by its William Morris exhibition.  Pupils at ...

 

Record £70,000 raised from ticket sales for festival

Record £70,000 raised from ticket sales for festival

ORGANISERS of the Wargrave Village Festival made a record £70,000 from the start of ticket sales. Hundreds of people queued up for ...