River Thames

First TideFest is a Great Success

The first TideFest was held on the tidal Thames last Sunday (28 September) to commemorate World Rivers Day. ... Full story

Thames Fishery Research Experiment 2014

A total of 101 fish were caught in the annual ‘research’ match on the Thames tideway. ... Full story

Green Light for Thames Super Sewer

Environmental and waterways groups welcome the green light being given for the Thames 'super sewer'. ... Full story

TideFest

The Angling Trust and Thames Anglers’ Conservancy (TAC) have announced the establishment of an annual angling competition to take place as part of the new TideFest event in London. ... Full story

Thames21 Launches New Tidal Thames Project

Thames River Watch will enable Londoners to get closer to the river and involved with understanding the health of the tidal Thames. ... Full story

Making a Mark for Water

In his latest blog Martin Salter is back in the ‘old place’ for the Water Bill, but this time observing the political process rather than being actively involved in it... ... Full story

Thames Hydro Scheme Approved

Abingdon Hydro is given the green light by local council ... Full story

New Bypass Channel to Boost Thames Fish Populations

Fish in the River Thames around Oxford will now be able to swim more freely thanks to Environment Agency work at Hinksey Weir. ... Full story

Live River Data Service Launched for Thames Region Anglers

Anglers across the Thames region can now get live temperature and clarity information thanks to a new free service from the Environment Agency in association with the Thames Anglers’ Conservancy and Thames Valley Angling Association. ... Full story

River Thames Angling Access

New video footage of one of the top River Thames hotspots that is now is open for fishing with access to all. ... Full story

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