Meet the Henley-on-Thames Town Councillors
Town and parish councils were established by Act of Parliament in 1894. Henley-on-Thames is one of around 9,000 such local councils in England and our 16 councillors are among some 80,000 citizens serving as elected councillors.
Councillors are democratically elected every four years. Some represent a political party, others are independent of party affiliations. The chairman of a Town Council can also be called the ‘Town Mayor’ . Some are also District or County councillors, they are often referred to as dual or multi-hatted councillors.
Town, District and County Councillors
Please see below for details of our councillors for the 2019 to 2023 term of office.
HRG - Henley Residents Group
Con - Conservative
Ind - Independent
Under the councillors' Code of Conduct, councillors are required to declare their interests. For details on their interests please click here.
Henley North Ward
For residents living to the north side (the Marlow side) of the centre of Greys Road and Friday Street
Henley South Ward
For residents living on the south side (the Reading side) of the centre of Greys Road and Friday Street
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South Oxfordshire District Council