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Henley Conservatives are local people who work for a better future for our town.
A prosperous and secure Britain has at its heart vibrant local communities and since gaining the majority of seats on Henley Town Council in 2015 we have striven to make a positive impact on the lives of all who live and work in our area.
By working together for a safe, pleasant and prosperous town, we best ensure opportunities
for all of us and our children.

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Want to find out more? Feel free to attend the next Henley Town Council meeting. We'd love you to come along and share your ideas and concerns. You can speak to the councillors at the start of the meeting.
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The Recreation and Amenities drive been very busy since 2015 with regeneration projects improving Henley's horticulture, parks
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We have established the Henley Transport Strategy Group to study and implement the most effective means to tackle the traffic and
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We are fighting hard to ensure our residents' Neighbourhood Plan will be delivered to meet the affordable housing needs with a
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Meet Your Councillors

Henley Conservatives are the majority party on the Henley Town Council and also with seats on South Oxfordshire District Council and on Oxfordshire County Council. Your councillors are volunteering to serve our very special town, and you. So if you have any problems, queries or suggestions about our town and community, they are always happy to help.

Learn a little bit more about your Conservative councillors.

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Upcoming Events and News

By Kirstie Lamont 15 Jul, 2016
AN Olympic-style competition between Henley and Marlow could be launched next year.

Teams from the neighbouring towns would take each other on in up to 20 different sports with the highlight being a tug of war contest across the Thames.

The event would be held every two years and each town would take it in turn to host it.

The idea has been put forward by Sam Evans, chairwoman of Henley Town Council’s recreation and amenities committee, to celebrate and promote sports in the town.

She said: “We would like to aim for a Henley versus Marlow Olympics in 2017 over one of the three-day  weekends.

“It would be a competition between the two towns — we know we’re best but we would like the opportunity to prove it. I see the Mayor of Henley and the Mayor of Marlow laying down the gauntlet over the bridge and we can have fun with it. Every age group would be involved. It’s potentially 20 sports, with some familiar ones. Tug of war across the river could be quite interesting.
By Kirstie Lamont 01 Sep, 2016

From 6.30pm

Venue: Kings Arms Barn, Henley

To include food and drink

No cost

By Kirstie Lamont 19 Aug, 2016

7.00pm for 7:30pm

Venue: Badgemore Golf Club

Guest Speaker: Jacob Rees Mogg MP

Tickets: £50 per head to include 2 course meal & wine

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