THP Solicitors is continuing its sponsorship of the Henley Festival, as part of the firm’s efforts to support arts in the local community.

Commenting on the firm’s continued support of the Henley Festival, THP Solicitor Partner, Richard Rodway, said: “As an established firm in Henley we believe it is important to support the town as a destination for music and the arts. Henley Festival is such an important event to have in our town’s cultural calendar that being involved is a privilege.”

Henley Festival was set up in 1982 as a charity to stage a music and arts Festival for the local community and it continues to run as a non-profit organisation, supporting charitable projects at both a national and local level.

The devastating impact of the COVID pandemic across the arts and culture sector in the UK was unparalleled and the Festival’s aim is to support aspiring musicians, artists and performers, both financially and by giving them a platform to perform or show their work. Alongside this, the Festival opens up its Sunday to event 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.

There are lots of emerging musicians, DJs, comedians, artists and entertainers at this years’ event as well as the headliners Madness, James Blunt, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Sara Cox, Kathy Sledge of Sister Sledge. You can get your tickets at