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Anglers with disabilities

The River Thames offers a number of locations for anglers with special requirements.

Fishing platforms for anglers using wheelchairs have been installed at several sites along the River River Thame disabled angling platformThames. They are at the following locations:

• Ray Mill - with free access, any registered disabled person may drive onto Ray Mill Island and park in the dedicated car park next to the platform
• Penton Hook - an Environment Agency lock and weir permit is required to fish here
• Romney - day tickets are available on the bank. Parking is with permission from Tom Jones Boatyard, Riverside Walk
• Runnymede - day tickets and car parking available from the tea-room or find out more from the National Trust website
• Silver Sands - on Truss's Island near Staines. There is free access and parking
• Jubilee River - free access from the car park at Lake End road.

If you need more information contact the British Disabled Angling Association.

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