Henley Festival are proud to work in partnership with The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust and two new partnerships to be announced very soon.
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.
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
Two new partnerships to be announced soon…