News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

The Winter season is now definitely upon us and so is our latest Volunteer Update our Newsletter and Task Diary - to carry us through  ...
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The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) has just launched three brand new walks around London's waterways as part of its prestigious Discovering ...
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The 104-mile Thames Pilgrim Way is a brand new pilgrim route running through the heart of the Diocese of Oxford, which covers the three counties of ...
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Cover of newsletter for September to November
We hope you'll enjoy the new Volunteer Newsletter and Task Diary for September through to November which is available online. With news from the ...
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White swan glides through calm waters of the Thames
The producer for the ITV programme “Wild Britain with Ray Mears” asked the National Trails Office to advise on good places to find wild ...
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We hope you'll enjoy the new Volunteer Newsletter and Task Diary for June to August which is available online. With news from the trail ...
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Alex Bingham and the national trails team ready to record a podcast on site
We’ve been podcasting during one of our National Trails Volunteers vegetation clearance days down in Sonning. So have a listen to the sounds ...
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The latest update on the path condition from the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead is that the Thames Path is now open to use, however a section ...
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The National Trail Volunteers were awarded the River Thames Society Shield for 2013 at the Society’s AGM at The River and Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames ...
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26/03/2014
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Thames Path in sunshine with view towards Christ Church Meadow, Oxford
Up until now, walkers and volunteer monitors have not been able to access the path so reports have been few and far between. We have had reports in ...
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