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What’s Under Your Boat?




Let’s Keep it Clear




Bait Collecting in the Greater Thames Estuary




Walking the Saxon Shoreway




A walk along the Westbrook




Riding Personal Watercraft





  • The Cambria Trust – Volunteers wanted

    Established in 1990, the Cambria Trust is dedicated to preserving the Cambria, a wooden Thames sailing barge built at Greenhithe in 1906 and famed as the last British registered vessel to carry a commercial cargo under sail alone (until 1970). Now fully restored, the trust is looking for......

  • EA plans to reduce estuary flood risk

    Flooding and erosion are real risks currently facing communities and landowners in the low-lying areas around the estuary. Over the coming years aging defences, climate change and sea level rise will all increase the risk of tidal and coastal flooding and erosion.   Over the......