Towns & Cities on the River Thames

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    Chertsey

    Chertsey


    The historic town of Chertsey dates back to 666AD when Erkenwald who became the Bishop of London established an Abbey with a water mill on a tributary that loops back into the Thames, now named the Abbey River. Every year the Abbey River is blessed…

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    Cirencester

    Cirencester

    Cirencester, in the heart of the Cotswolds, has been a choice destination for nearly 2000 years.

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    Cookham

    Cookham

    The Royal Manor of Cookham was held by the Crown until 1818 and today, although many changes have taken place, the village has made the most of its position and is now one of the most popular Thameside resorts with its many superb restaurants and…

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    Cricklade

    Cricklade

    Cricklade is the only Wiltshire town on the young River Thames. Although there had been earlier Iron Age trackways it was the Romans who built the first metalled road, Ermin Street, to cross the low flood plains between Speen and Gloucester.

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