The stretch covered by the river user groups is part of the longest river in England, it has 45 locks, is home to over 25 species of fish, has 3 areas of outstanding natural beauty and it is the only river in Europe to have a national trail follow its entire length.
Starting as a small trickle in the Cotswolds the River Thames travels over 210 miles through the heart of some of England’s most picturesque towns, right into the centre of London and eventually, out into the North Sea.
It is important that all visitors and residents respect the river in order to maintain the safety, charm, and important natural functions of the river. Please take a few minutes to read the notes below before heading out for a day or more on the river.
Respect other people
Respect the river environment
In the event of an accident or emergency whilst on or around the river call 999 or 112.
|Lechlade to Sandford (RUG1&2)|
|Sandford to Cleeve (RUG3)|
|Cleeve to Marsh (RUG4&5)|
|Marsh to Boulters (RUG6)|
|Boulters to Bell Weir (RUG7)|
|Bell Weir to Teddington (RUG8)|