River Thames Society
We are pleased to offer links to other organisations with river interests that you may find useful.
Organisations dedicated to the care and improvement of the River Thames:
Other organisations with an interest in the Thames:
Information for visitors and other river users:
Discovering Britain - From the Royal Geographic Society, a series of walking routes, including the Thames near Marlow and Oxford.
Thames Landscape Strategy - a 100 year blueprint for the Arcadian Thames between Weybridge and Kew.
Local interests & societies:
BlueTown Heritage Centre - Sheerness, Kent
Watersports & clubs
Thames Traditional Rowing Association - Promoting fixed seat rowing and sculling in traditional cutters
Westminster Boating Base - A charity teaching water skills in the heart of London
On the Water - British Marine Federation's online guide to boating and watersports; essential information to inspire you to get on the water.
DBA - The Barge Association - For anyone interested in leisure boating on the inland waterways of Europe.
Outdoor Swimmer - The world’s first and only dedicated open water swimming magazine.
Active 360 - Stand Up Paddleboarding
Education and promoting access to the river:
Rivertime Boat Trust - access to boating for children and adults with disabilities
River and Rowing Museum - Henley-on-Thames
Researching the River Thames - an environmental history guide from the University of Greenwich
Panorama of the Thames - a unique visual record of the river from Georgian times to the present day
Medway Queen - Heroine of Dunkirk
Consuta - 1898 fast steam launch
Cambria - Thames sailing barge reconstruction
"Thames Smooth Waters" - the Thames in literature
Riverside Property Experts - sponsors of Thames Guardian magazine.
Thames Clippers - Tate Modern
Trad Boat Festival Henley
Teddington Lock Weir
Tudor Pull, Richmond
Richmond Canoe Club
Bridge at Walton-on-Thames