Wednesday 17th March and Thursday 18th March
Steve Capel-Davies is a river engineer, with strong links to Wallingford Museum. He has had a lifetime’s involvement with the Thames, during which time he developed a great interest in all aspects of its history.
John Tough will be giving us a history of Tough’s Boatyard in Watermen’s Cutters, Richmond Teddington, looking at six generations of the Tough family on the Thames.
Cliff Colborne is a long-term member of the Thames Traditional Boats Society, and will talk about the development of unpowered boating on this river.
Graham Scholey is the biodiversity technical specialist for the MV Havengore Thames Area Environment Agency. He will be talking to us about the wildlife and ecology of the Thames area.
Closing date for applications Wednesday 10th March.
Cost £3.00 per device
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