The chalk stream entering the Thames still flows there, but is now very much smaller.
Lcations are marked mostly by engraved stone slabs set in the pavement, but numbers 1 and 3 are tourist information notice boards.
These notice boards are numbered but when renewed recently the Henley Heritage Trail information was omitted.
There is long term parking both at the station and in Mill Meadows. Starting from Mill Meadows walk along the river frontage past the end of Friday Street
where commercial premises have been converted into charming houses. Cross the Henley to London Road at the Angel and continue to the end of New Street.
From here it is possible to look along the whole length of the Regatta course to Temple Island. Walk along New Street past the former
Henley Brewery to the Kenton before retracing your steps to take the lane through the Church Yard. Turn right into Hart Street.
At the crossroads walk a little way along Bell Street to the Old Bell before returning to the Market Place. Continue along Duke Street
To the corner of Friday Street and the final paving slab on the Trail.
Retrace your steps back along New Street and take the narrow lane
on the right after the former Henley Brewery Office leading towards the Chantry House and Church, passing
almshouses endowed in 1664 and 1669.