Contact or visit Henley-on-Thames Town Council
Whatever you need to know about Henley and the surrounding area, we're here to help. You can find us at
Council Offices, Town Hall, Market Place, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 2AQ.
You can call us on weekdays from 9am - 4pm:
If you contact us outside of our normal opening hours, there is an answerphone service.
Please leave a message and we will ring you back as soon as possible.
In an emergency, contact the Town Clerk, Sheridan Jacklin-Edward, on 07595 608577
If you have a specific enquiry and know who to contact please use the following contact information
(click the name to send an email)
General enquiries: Information Centre 01491 576982
Town Clerk: Sheridan Jacklin-Edward 07595 608577
Planning and Projects Manager / Deputy Clerk: Cath Adams 07801 594121
Planning Officer (and Neighbourhood Plan): Jodie Rhymes 07398 285131
Projects Officer (Climate Emergency and Transport Strategy): Fiona Hewer 01491 576982
Accountant: Liz Jones 01491 630070
Accounts Assistant: Eileen Dennehy 01491 630080
Town & Community Manager: Helen Barnett 07702 884321
Markets and Events Manager: Nicci Taylor 01491 630071
Mayor's PA and Office Manager: Leena Wisely 01491 630079
Communications Manager: Naomi Hutchinson 07950 668439
Parks Manager: Karl Bishop 01491 576982
Assistant Parks Manager: Kyle Dowling 01491 576982
Estate Manager: Becky Walker 01491 630076
Town Sergeant: James Churchill-Coleman 01491 630078
Estate Officer: Caroline Adamson 01491 630072
Estate Officer: Judith Smith 01491 630077
Fairmile Cemetery and Columbarium enquiries 07724 837604
9am - 4pm
Open during normal office hours for phone calls/emails. We cannot accommodate in person appointments at this time.
Monday to Friday
9am to 4pm
Should your enquiry or complaint relate to a function of another tier of authority, such as highways, rubbish collection, or housing-related queries, then it may be possible for Council officers to assist or they may need to refer you to somebody else.
Henley-on-Thames Town Council prides itself in having a strong working relationship with the other tiers of authority and as a result residents problems are much more easily dealt with.
If you have any issues to report on the state of the street you live in, you should report them here. Your report will be passed on to Oxfordshire County Council who will acknowledge your communication and keep you posted as to progress being made.