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Well done to the National Trail Volunteers who were recently awarded the River Thames Society Shield for 2013 at the Society’s AGM.The...
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When you are out enjoying the Thames Path over Easter please do let us know what you see.  Although we want to hear about any problems or...
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We have yet to inspect the whole of the Trail following the recent floods and strong winds but have received some useful reports from other...
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The new edition of the Volunteers Newsletter has recently been produced which contains useful information about the work of the volunteers who...
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Thames Path near Marlow
Just as there are signs of the weather improving, hopefully spring is just around the corner, and the Thames Path should be beginning to dry out...
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The River Thames has burst its banks and flooded the Thames Path in many areas all the way from the source to London.  At the moment the...
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It is always good to receive feedback from Trail users; positive comments are especially appreciated by the Trails Team but negative comments...
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Last week I was suggesting that the flood waters were beginning to recede and, with caution, you could start to enjoy the Thames Path again....
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A wooden footbridge deep in water, no footpath visible
Although the flood waters have started to drop they are still causing a danger and problem to walkers on many stretches of the Trail.  We...
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Flood water covers the Thames Path, at Iffley, Oxford
Dear Old Father Thames continues to exert his influence over the fields and properties close to the River as well as the Thames Path. ...
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