News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

08/09/2017
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The Silk River Walks are part of Silk River, a project that links 10 locations along the Thames with 10 places along the River Hooghly which runs ...
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We’ve a lot to tell you about in The Autumn newsletter for the Trail. and we hope you enjoy reading it through these last days of Summer.• ...
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Welcome to the Summer edition of our Thames Path National Trail newsletter. Connection to the countryside is of growing importance for our personal ...
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Spring is here and the Thames Path newsletter has emerged along with the daffodils!As well as updating you on our workshop and office move, we're ...
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Revetment works in progress along the Thames in Oxford
Along the southern sections of the river in Oxford, the river has eroded the bank and undermined the Trail. Moving the Trail away from its current ...
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09/02/2017
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The first National Trail newsletter of 2017 is out - and it offers the opportunity to win a fabulous holiday in the Yorkshire Dales. If you have ...
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We rely on the quarterly reports of our Volunteer  monitors and user feedback along the route for details of recent surface conditions along ...
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In this winter issue we're looking at the Thames Estuary Partnership, taking a walk along the estuary and seeing the wildlife along the riverside ...
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Thames Estuary Partnership Forum
One of our key partners on the tidal Thames, The Thames Estuary Partnership will be holding their annual forum, focusing on -Sustainable Development ...
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Our new Autumn Volunteer newsletter for The Thames Path features the Thames Path 20th Anniversary Walking Relay, section improvements at Benson and ...
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