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DON-HENLEY
BORIS JOHNSON
ROYAL REGATTA
CAMBRIDGE BOAT RACE
HENLEY BRIDGE
HONOUR DON HENLEY
ROBERT HENLEY
HENLEY REGATTA
DON HENLEY
PUBLISHED
DEVELOPED
POPULATION
YOUNG
TWYFORD
JUNCTION
SHOPPING
SONG
SONGS
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WEBSITE
OUTSKIRTS
HOTEL
RIVER
BY-ELECTION
TRAIN
MILES
RIGHT HAND SIDE
PASTOR
WALSH
NUMBER
ROWERS
HENLEY MANAGEMENT COLLEGE
BUSINESS SCHOOLS
CENTRE
WINDSOR CASTLE
REGATTAS
RIVER THAMES
HENLEY ROYAL REGATTA
TOWN
BARONY
OXFORDSHIRE
WOODSTOCK
TOWN CENTRE
ENGLAND
HURLEY
SHORTS
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Definitions

  1. Henley is a centre for rowing, each summer holding the Henley Royal Regatta, one of the highlights of the social calendar of the English upper classes.
  2. Henley is a good base to commute to London from for those with families who don't want to live in the city.
  3. Henley is a picturesque and compact town situated on the edge of the Chiltern Hills and the banks of the River Thames.
  4. Henley was getting ready for the regatta, and was full of bustle. (Web site)
  5. Henley is one of an elite of business schools worldwide to hold triple accreditation.

Don-Henley

  1. Mr. Henley wanted a Web site and so he registered the domain name "don-henley.com" and set one up. (Web site)

Boris Johnson

  1. Boris Johnson - Profile of the editor of the Spectator and MP for Henley from the newspaper's list of the most influential people in the media in 2001.

Royal Regatta

  1. He was then asked by Jack Beresford to cox the Thames eight in the Grand Challenge Cup at Henley Royal Regatta.
  2. Henley hosted the rowing events of the London Olympic Games in mid-July 1908, two weeks after the Royal Regatta.

Cambridge Boat Race

  1. Its first coup was the very first Oxford and Cambridge boat race, held at Henley in 1829.

Henley Bridge

  1. Henley Royal Regatta has always been raced over a distance of ‘about one mile and 550 yards’ from Temple Island upstream towards Henley Bridge. (Web site)

Honour Don Henley

  1. On the same occasion, she also sang her cover of " Desperado " to honour Don Henley of The Eagles as her solo act.

Robert Henley

  1. USS Henley, four American warships, named for Robert Henley and John D. Henley This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. (Web site)

Henley Regatta

  1. Festivals and rituals such as the Boat Race, Henley Regatta and the annual Swan Upping imbue a character found nowhere but Old Father Thames. (Web site)

Don Henley

  1. Timothy B. Schmit is part of the current Eagles lineup along with Joe Walsh and founding members Glenn Frey and Don Henley. (Web site)

Published

  1. Their son, the second Baron, assumed the surname of Henley in lieu of Eden and notably published a biography of his maternal grandfather. (Web site)

Developed

  1. It was Robert Henley, nephew of M. C. Henley, who developed the ballbearing skate.

Population

  1. But it is known that the abbot of Reading Abbey, Henry of Appleford, was one of its victims in 1361, and that nearby Henley lost 60% of its population.

Young

  1. Henley has written several chess books, and also served as a chess trainer and promoter of young, women chess stars such as Irina Krush. (Web site)

Twyford

  1. Wargrave railway station is situated on the Henley Branch Line from Twyford to Henley. (Web site)

Junction

  1. Come off at this junction and follow the signs for Henley.

Shopping

  1. After lunch there is time to catch up on some shopping in this fashionable town, home to the world famous annual Henley Royal Regatta.

Song

  1. Writing credits for the song are shared by Don Henley, Glenn Frey and Don Felder.

Songs

  1. Henley 10. Who had written the song "Life in the Fast Lane" one of the songs on Eagles Greatest Hits, Vol. (Web site)
  2. Outside the Heartbreakers, Campbell has co-written an array of songs including "The Boys of Summer" and "Heart of the Matter" (both with Don Henley). (Web site)

Museum

  1. The Museum is a home for rowing's heritage in the domain of Henley Royal Regatta and the world-famous Leander Club. (Web site)

Website

  1. The website claimed that Henley had set the date as October 30 at a solo show held the previous weekend.

Outskirts

  1. The Freeman family of Fawley Court: Several generations of Freemans lived at Fawley Court on the outskirts of Henley from 1684 to 1852. (Web site)

Hotel

  1. The hotel is walking distance to Maidenhead train station with a direct service into Henley. (Web site)

River

  1. Henley Bridge is a five arched bridge across the river which was built in 1786. (Web site)
  2. They do a great breakfast, the garden and river is lovely and it is very convenient for the Henley regatta.
  3. With magnificent views of the river, the world’s best rowers and unrivalled hospitality, Henley Royal Regatta is a unique experience not to be missed.

By-Election

  1. A by-election decided Conservative John Howell to be the next MP of Henley.

Train

  1. The train from Twyford to Henley left at 8.51 and I had to wait for the 9.51.

Miles

  1. Henley noted that Hudson Valley Foie Gras is only a few miles down the road from the Culinary Institute of America. (Web site)
  2. Situated in a conservation area, the village lies to the south of Twyford and is only 8 miles from the pretty, riverside market town of Henley -on- Thames.
  3. NB - There is an option to cut this walk short at Wargrave (approx 9 miles) by catching the train back to Henley.

Right Hand Side

  1. Do not turn into the village, but carry on towards Henley and you will see us on the Right Hand Side We are in Black Boy Lane. (Web site)

Pastor

  1. Humphrey Gainsborough (1718-1776), brother of the artist Thomas Gainsborough, was a pastor and inventor who lived in Henley. (Web site)

Walsh

  1. Also in 2003, Warren Zevon, a friend of the Eagles, began work on his final album, The Wind, with the assistance of Henley, Walsh, and Schmit.

Number

  1. The Henley Boat Races are a number of rowing races between the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge. (Web site)
  2. This song was recorded by Don Henley and became a Billboard Top 10 hit in March, 1985, peaking at number 9 on the chart.
  3. Invictus is a short poem by the British poet William Ernest Henley, which is the source of a number of familiar clichs and quotations.

Rowers

  1. For those rowers who think that life is just one big musical, there is a Gilbert and Sullivanesque version of Henley not to be missed. (Web site)

Henley Management College

  1. Any public showing of the website is not allowed without written permission of Henley Management College.
  2. The Henley Management College, situated in Buckinghamshire and about 10 miles (16 km) from Reading, was taken over in 2008, becoming Greenlands Campus. (Web site)
  3. The QAAHE conducted a Quality Audit of Henley Management College in June 2005 and published a report, which was extremely positive.

Business Schools

  1. Henley Management College is one of the longest established and highest ranked business schools in the world.

Centre

  1. A well renowned hotel overlooking the Thames in the centre of Henley.

Windsor Castle

  1. It is ideally placed for visits to Windsor Castle, LEGOLAND, Henley and Oxford.

Regattas

  1. However sporting and leisure use increased with the establishment of regattas such as Henley and The Boat Race.
  2. Henley hosted the first University Boat Race in 1829, established the Royal Regatta in 1839 and hosted Olympic regattas in 1908 and 1948. (Web site)

River Thames

  1. River and rowing Museum in Henley, Oxfordshire guides you theough the story of life on the River Thames and how it has developed over the past 400 years.

Henley Royal Regatta

  1. This patronage means the Regatta can be called Henley Royal Regatta.
  2. A century or so later, the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race and Henley Royal Regatta also began drawing the crowds. (Web site)
  3. Wood traveled to London ahead of the rest of the team and won the Diamond Challenge Sculls event at the Henley Royal Regatta.

Town

  1. After lunch some time to explore the town and enjoy some shopping in this fashionable town, home to the world famous annual Henley Royal Regatta.

Barony

  1. The Barony of Henley has been created twice: first in the Peerage of Great Britain and then in the Peerage of Ireland.

Oxfordshire

  1. Henley Management College is an English triple accredited business school based at Greenlands, near Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. (Web site)
  2. The Henley Branch Line is a branch railway line between Twyford and Henley-on-Thames, between the English counties of Berkshire and Oxfordshire.
  3. Brakspear is the name of a brand of English beers and pubs, based in Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire.

Woodstock

  1. Various small industries grew up, such as plush -making at Banbury, leather works at Bampton and Burford, gloves at Woodstock, and malt at Henley. (Web site)

Town Centre

  1. The majestic Thames comes through the town just north of the town centre, on its way from Henley to Oxford.
  2. It is an area of natural beauty close to the town centre of Henley. (Web site)

England

  1. Henley Royal Regatta is a rowing event held every year on the River Thames by the town of Henley-on-Thames, England.
  2. During the Black Death that swept through England in the 14th century, Henley lost 60% of its population.

Hurley

  1. Leave the road at the turn off for Henley and at the next roundabout (Burchetts Green) take the A4130 towards Hurley and Henley.
  2. At the first roundabout go straight on following signs for Henley and Hurley. (Web site)

Shorts

  1. Bear Ware - Shirts, tank tops, henley, baseball, denim shirts, caps and shorts with the Bear Ware logo.

Categories

  1. Marlow
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  3. Society > Culture > Sports > Rowing
  4. Ascot
  5. Capitals > London > River Thames > Cookham

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