Managed by Henley in Bloom
We work alongside resident and community groups, including the Allotments Association, Henley in Transition and Henley Wildlife Group, to help maintain a beautiful and sustainable town and create new events and features for residents and tourists to enjoy for years to come. From working with local schools and businesses to holding competitions and community planting schemes, our work covers the whole town and is inclusive to anyone with an interest in keeping Henley clean, welcoming and attractive.
Henley in Bloom is always looking for new challenges. Previous projects have included:
Championing the hedgehog! Encouraging people to get their own hedgehog houses and create hedgehog friendly habitats.
Bee-happy, Bee-healthy, Bee-utiful - celebrating bees! Encouraging everyone in town to grow pollinator-friendly plants as organically as possible.
Greening Great Britain! Following the RHS Britain in Bloom theme, trying to make Henley less grey and more green.
How you can get involved
• Enter our competitions.
• Purchase a hanging basket, or donate and we can hang a basket in your name - Download your form here
• Request to join the Henley in Bloom committee or attend our meetings.
• Donate to the Henley in Bloom funds for community projects.
• Sponsor one of our planters or flowerbeds.
• Suggest or participate in a community project.
Sponsors and Supporters
Our main sponsors are or have included Toad Hall Garden Centre, Higgs Group, Henley Standard, Southern Plant & Tool Hire, Manning UK, Chiltern House Business Centre, Delegate Office and Business Services, Davis Tate, First Great Western, Hotel du Vin, Bridge Care Homes, St Mary’s Preparatory School and Nursery and Brakspear Brewery. All these organisations have been involved in helping us create an environment in Henley to be proud of.
For more information about becoming a sponsor contact Councillor Miss K Hinton (email@example.com)
Chair: The Deputy Mayor, Councillor Dave Eggleton
Vice Chair: Councillor Donna Crook
Henley Town Councillors: The Mayor, Councillor Ken Arlett, Councillor Kellie Hinton
Henley in Transition and Best Garden Competitions and Hanging Baskets: Mrs Caroline Langler
Henley Standard - Gee Harland
Henley Wildlife Group - Catherine Notaras
For further information contact the Town & Community Manager