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Living in the Material World coincided with the creation of George Harrisons own charitable foundation.  The royalties of that album, including the single Give me Love, were donated by George, in perpetuity, to the Material World Charitable Foundation.  Without the amazingly generous support of MWF Henley Music School could not continue. 

The Mosawi Foundation is a catalyst for galvanising communities, supporting healthcare initiatives and nurturing talent. The Foundation works on projects, with selected Charities that are led by inspired teams.

Shiplake College

Shiplake College have been an incredible support to us, allowing us to use their wonderful facilities all free of charge. 


Invesco have been staunch supporters of HMS, and all things community in and around Henley.

Henley Lions

The Lions Club of Henley on Thames consists of a group of men and women dedicated to the concept of helping others. 

Cheryl George Photography

We can attribute many of our beautiful photos to Cheryl George

Thamesfield Youth Association

Supporting the Young People of Henley

The charity provides support to the young people of Henley. In June 2014, the Association decided to sell the Henley Youth Centre and focus on providing services to young people.


Registered Charity 304315

St Judes Trust

St Judes Trust have kindly supported HMS for a number of years.

Rotary Club of Henley Bridge

Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbours, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who come together to make positive, lasting change in communities at home and abroad.

Charlotte has taken many of the beautiful photographs you see on our website.

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Henley Symphony Orchestra are friends and partners of HMS.  Together we promote concerts, and events with a shared ethos that music should be available to all, we hope to encourage and inspire musicians everywhere. 


H.S.O. was founded in 1970 and is now one of the leading amateur orchestras in the country.  It attracts some 70 players from across the Thames Valley.  Under the guidance of their music director, Ian Brown, the orchestra promotes an annual series of four concerts and engages internationally acclaimed soloists, providing high-quality classical music for the enjoyment of local concert goers.


Summer Camp was fully funded by the Wates Foundation, making it possible for all children to attend.  It was a huge hit, with over 70 children attending each day.  

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