The River Thames Society publishes Thames Guardian, the colourful quarterly magazine which looks at all aspects of the river. Each issue includes several pages of news, features reflecting life and traditions on the river, a comprehensive diary of events and activities, and regular reports from the Society and its five branches. All members receive each issue through the post.
Thames Guardian is produced in full colour and always includes high quality photographs, including pictures from the archives and images from some of the varied riverside events and festivals. Whatever your interests - history and heritage, wildlife and environment, people and places, boating and rowing, or simply enjoying a stroll by the water – you’ll always enjoy reading our magazine.
Click here to read 'The Victorian Thames', published Winter 2011.
Thames Guardian also helps publicise the Society’s campaigns, and recent articles have supported efforts to halt the proposed sale of lock-keeper’s houses and have promoted plans for major riverside clean-ups. Each issue describes the varied work of the Society’s members and supporters and readers can enjoy their regular tales from the riverbank.