Covid 19 update

On 24th March all recreational and leisure activities on the Thames were effectively banned by the PLA, but there was better news on 13th May, when, following the slight easing of lockdown, some activity was allowed.  In line with government guidelines social distancing of 2 metres must be adhered to and the only group activities are restricted to people living in the same household. There have been a few kayakers and sailors out, but we are hardly back to the normal level of traffic and won’t be until the lockdown is eased further.

Because of the situation we have reluctantly decided that it is necessary to cancel this year’s popular Party on the Pier which had been planned for July.  However once our furloughed staff are back at work you can be assured that planning will begin in earnest and with enthusiasm to organise an exciting programme of events on and off the water and we will look forward to seeing you all.

In the meantime, stay safe!

Past Events

Great River Race

Saturday 14th September 2019 As part of the Totally Thames Festival the Great River Race will be run upstream from London...

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No Longer an Island

No Longer an Island: The Port of London and the Thames in the First World War A talk by Chris Everett from the Docklands...

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First Aid Course

October 16 Join us at Chiswick Pier on October 16th from 10.00-12.00 to learn some basic first aid skills with Hilary...

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The Living Thames

Film showing followed by panel discussion with film maker, scientist and Thames archaeologist Tuesday 26 November 2019,...

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Great River Race

Totally Thames Saturday 8 September 2018 As part of the Totally Thames Festival the Great River Race will be run upstream...

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