8-12th JULY 2020
Henley Festival

Our Charity

In 2019 Henley Festival worked in partnership with The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust and The Teenage Wilderness Trust.

The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust was set up in 1997 in memory of Charlie Waller, a young man who took his own life whilst suffering from depression. In aid of educating young people in the importance of staying mentally well, Charlie's family set up The Charlie Waller Trust. The Trust aims to help people recognise the signs of depression, equip people to look after their mental well-being and ensure expert help is available when needed.

The Teenage Wilderness Trust was set up by Matt Bailey in 2011 to support students who find it difficult to engage with mainstream education. Often these students are unable to cope emotionally and physically with conventional education or authority due to their personal lives and social development. Having never received care and attention that children are entitled to, many of the students feel let down, angry and confused. The Trust's aim is to calm students, allow them to regain their self-esteem and then reignite the desire to learn.

Henley Festival also continues to deliver daytime concerts to the Over 60's Club and Chiltern Court in Henley and this year we will also be performing at Sue Ryder in Nettlebed.

Alongside this we open Henley Festival's Family Sunday to families who use Camp Mohawk in Wargrave and Nomad in Henley and a range of other young people who otherwise would not be able to attend the Festival.

Find out more about The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust

Find out more about The Teenage Wilderness Trust


FESTIVAL TIPS

ARRIVE EARLY

There’s so much to experience at the Festival it’s worth being ready to go when the gates open at 6pm.

DIG OUT YOUR BEST FROCK

You can never be overdressed at Henley!

FOOD & DRINK

DRINK WITH A VIEW

Head to the Moet Champagne lawn for a glass of fizz and an amazing view of the river.

HUNGRY?

All our non-bookable restaurants are open throughout the evening and are less busy during the floating stage concert.

YOUR VISIT

WHAT SHALL I WEAR?

The Festival has a black tie dress code.

WHAT TIME SHOULD I ARRIVE?

The car park opens at 4pm, Festival gates open at 6pm.

DO I NEED A WRISTBAND?

Wristbands will be given out at the Festival gates upon presentation of a valid ticket.

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