Boat fans of all ages flocked to the River Thames today for the thirty-fifth 'Thames Traditional Boat Rally'. There were vintage steamboats, slipper launches and electric canoes parading down the river. And this year - unlike last - the event was blessed with good weather.
The five-day Henley Festival is underway. It's known as one of the more unusual festivals - with celebrity chefs, famous bands, pop up restaurants and an 'armada' of pleasure boats on the River Thames. Divya Kohli has been watching the preparations.
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.
A4155 Duke Street Southbound closed, delays due to building fire between A4130 Hart Street / West Street / Market Place and Greys Road.
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.