News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

Sandycombe Lodge, Turner's House
The artist J. M. W. Turner, who features on the new £20 note launched today (20 February) lived near the Thames at Twickenham. Take our ...
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When you're planning a winter walk along the Thames Path - particularly in the upper reaches near the source and down to Oxford -  there's ...
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Flooding possible upstream
River levels are high on the River Thames upstream of Oxford. Flooding of low lying roads and land is possible close to the river. It is likely after ...
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I'm afarid that following on from heavy rainfall, The Thames Path has a number of flood warnings, but especially around the Upper Reaches in the ...
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'LOOPY'  Walkers standing by the Thames Path near the Barrier
On 7th September, the “LOOPY Walkers” completed their third and final fundraising challenge – walking 184 miles of the River Thames ...
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Man and dog
The Thames Path has sections which meander through meadows along field paths but also has flat surfaced eassily accessible stretches. ...
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The LOOPY Walkers are undertaking their final fundraising Challenge – walking the length of the River Thames from its source (in the Cotswolds) ...
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We're becoming more active on social media and have set up our Thames Path National Trail Facebook page. It would be great if you would visit ...
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Our new Thames Path leaflet - is an interactive PDF with links to lots to see and places to visit along the whole length of the Trail.
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Runnymede Memorial
Jon Maxwell, an American visitor to the UK, recently sent us this short account of his walk along the Thames. Few rivers in the world contain ...
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