Henley-in-Arden is a small market town with a population of about 4000. It is located midway between Solihull and Stratford-upon-Avon and lies on the borders of West Midlands and Warwickshire. It is well served by a good selection of shops, five pubs and ten or so restaurants/wine bars. The town is a popular spot for the local visitors on a Sunday who arrive in large numbers during the summer months to enjoy a stroll along the High Street and purchase a "Henley Ice cream" from the locally well known Ice Cream Parlour. Market day is on a Wednesday and from time to time there are livestock markets including the infamous Christmas Turkey Market in December. The town has a railway station on a local line which runs between Startford-upon Avon and Birmingham and is within 10 minutes of the M40 motorway.
Profile and activities with newsletters, publications and local directory.
A Trust whose aim is to raise awareness, especially in children of local communities, about the importance of caring for the environment.
Describes the church and its officers, schedule of forthcoming events, access to a number of past sermons, and some points on which to ponder.
Specialises in selling businesses in the manufacturing, distribution and B2B service sectors.
Details of facilities, membership, dresscode and history of this golf course opened in 1994.
Includes news, fixtures, results and photos.
Fortnightly electronic newspaper with news of the town's events, societies, sports clubs and other organisations.
The site outlines the opening times of the centre and shows examples of some of its exhibits. There are some references to the town's Court Leet.
Features practice area and surgery location maps.
Describes this church with service times, missions and annual report.
Describes its cosmetic and implant dentistry services with information about fees.
Includes fleet information, services and contact details.
History, events, businesses, transportation, tourism and links to the websites of the town's societies, sports clubs and other organisations.
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