Santa’s Parade

November 25, 2014


Henley Round Table will accompany Santa’s Parade on his annual pre-Christmas visit to Henley-On-Thames

Between 6th and 13th December

Come and meet Santa’s Parade as he brings festive cheer to the streets of Henley and see his newly refurbished reindeer and sleigh!

santaselfieSee Santa and his elves in their run-up to Christmas!

  • Have a #HenleySantaSelfie
  • Welcome Santa’s new reindeer, created this year by our friends at Shiplake College
  • Get into the Christmas mood with festive tunes
  • Christmas sweets for the kids
  • All donations welcome, which go directly to fantastic local causes



Friday 5 December 2014 
Christmas Festival – 5-9pm

Santa will lead the procession from Hotel du Vin at the beginning of the Christmas Fair on Friday 5 December.

This annual Christmas Festival in Henley Town Centre is a magical event with a Christmas Market, Fairground rides, Carol singing around the tree, Father Christmas in his grotto and the Switching-on of the lights on the large Christmas tree.  The event is organised by Henley Town Council.


Santa’s Parade start daily from the 6th December at 6pm weekdays,  5pm weekends and end around 8pm along the following routes (click to enlarge).


Saturday 6th December 5pm – 8pm: Blandy Road / Greys Road

Sunday 7th December 5pm – 8pm: Kings Road / Town Centre

Tuesday 9th December 6pm – 8pm: Shiplake village

Wednesday 10th December 6pm – 8pm: Harpsden Road

Thursday 11th December 6pm – 8pm: St Andrews Road

Friday 12th December 6pm – 8pm: Peppard Lane

Saturday 13th December 5pm – 8pm: Valley Road



2014 will see Santa in a newly refurbished sleigh and his reindeer have had a makeover too!  Make sure that you are in when he visits your street!

With Special Thanks to the Design & Technology students at Shiplake College for their enthusiasm and hard work in crafting our new reindeer.



Henley Round Table is grateful for its continued support from Southern Plant Hire


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