Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Petition for a statue of George Harrison in Henley-on-Thames

Ever heard of Henley-on-Thames? This wonderfully nice town in Oxfordshire, England is by Beatle fans remembered as the place where George Harrison lived at Friar park from 1970 till his death in 2001. Many of George's albums have been recorded at F.P.S.H.O.T (Friar Park Studio, Henley-on-Thames).

Now a local from Henley-on-Thames has launced a petition to put up a statue for George Harrison. In his words : "George was a longstanding resident of Henley and did so much for the town that a new landmark in Henley would best recognise his work"

So if you are sympathetic to this cause, why don't you surf to the petition and give your support?

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