News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

Cover of Dec2015 to March 2016 newsletter
If you'd like to be actively involved in the Trail please take a look at our Volunteer Newsletter which has details about our Volunteer Scheme ...
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Volunteers by the newly installed gate_Shiplake_Apr 2015
You may have noticed as you walk up and down the Thames how few stiles there are – we only have 2 left in the upper reaches. That's because ...
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Volunteers making Thames Path signs
If you've enjoyed being close to the river and walking the Thames Path, you can help us to maintain and enhance our National Trail. We face some ...
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In this issue we are looking ahead on The Ridgeway with the new Ridgeway Project Manager, Sara Wright and on the Thames Path we're inviting volunteers ...
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In this issue we're happy to report on two schemes - our Thames Path volunteer monitors and the River Thames Society monitors - coming together ...
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A new organisation, The Thames Path Partnership, is now responsible for the management, development and promotion of the Thames Path ...
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cover of latest newsletter
In this issue we're reporting on the Information Boards being replaced along The Ridgeway,  volunteer groups working out on the Trails, implementing ...
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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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