It's known for being one of the quirkiest summer events. And today the five-day Henley Festival gets underway with celebrity chefs, pop up restaurants and an 'armada' of pleasure boats taking to the River Thames.
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Two former soldiers who took part in the Row2Recovery challenge to row across the Atlantic have been telling their story in Henley-on-Thames.
Corporal Neil Heritage, who lost both his legs in Iraq, and Alex Mackenzie travelled three thousand miles in 51 days. The boat they used has gone on display at the town's River and Rowing Museum. In the video Alex shares his story.
We are very excited about meeting the @row2recovery crew at the Museum this afternoon! Come and see their amazing boat, on display now!
The boat used by the Row2Recovery team to cross the Atlantic is on display for first time at the River & Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames.
Early this year, the four amputee and two able bodied servicemen completed an epic journey, rowing 3,000 miles across the Atlantic from the coast of Africa to Barbados.
Huge crowds have gathered in Henley-on-Thames to greet the British Olympics rowers.
Thousands joined the celebrations in the hope of catching a glimpse of the athletes, as they headed up river and then through the town on an open top bus.
Juliette Fletcher spoke to Mark Hunter Silver Medallist, Anna Watkins Gold Medallist and Alex Gregory Gold Medallist.