News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

If you are interested in planning an event on the Thames Path National Trail we've some comprehensive event guidelines to help with the planning ...
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If you're thinking of walking the Thames Path in the next week or so we are receiving reports that although the flood waters have receded, ...
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Have you completed the Thames Path? If so, we'd love to know how you got on and find out your views of the experience (good and bad). Please give ...
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Sonning Bridge, which crosses the River Thames near Caversham, has been closed to traffic for the second time in a month.Oxfordshire County Council ...
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The latest update on the condition Thames Path from the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead is that the Cookham section of the path is now re-opened, ...
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Flood waters cover the Thames Path, Datchet
In Windsor and Maidenhead most of the sections of Thames Path affected by the emergency  closures are still flooded.  The linking footpath  ...
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Two volunteers digging a hole in snowy ground to install a sign post
The Volunteer Newsletter and Task Diary shows the dates and locations of tasks taking place along The Ridgeway and Thames Path throughout ...
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We’re always on the look-out for new volunteers.Volunteers perform a vital role in helping to maintain the Thames Path National Trail. If you're ...
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Thames Path invisible, submerged under floodwater. Radcot bridge upstream.
Due to prolonged, heavy rainfall, most of the Thames Path is impassable.There are Emergency Closures on the following stretches of ...
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Flood water upstream of Castle Eaton covers the Thames Path
If you are planning a walk along the Thames Path, please be aware that due to heavy rainfall the surface condition of the Thames Path may have deteriorated ...
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