Towns & Cities on the River Thames

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    South Oxfordshire

    You may find that with so many great things to see and do on offer in South Oxfordshire, you might just have to stay a little longer.

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    Staines

    Staines

    Romans settled in Staines in AD43 and named the town “Ad Pontes” meaning “at the Bridges” in reference to the bridge they constructed across the Thames (at the site of the current Staines Bridge).

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    Streatley-on-Thames

    The village of Streatley-on-Thames stands on the opposite side of the River Thames to Goring; Oxfordshire on one side and West Berkshire on the other, linked by a bridge which was built in 1923

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    Sunbury

    Sunbury On Thames

    The name Sunbury derives from the 10th Century Saxon Lord Sunna, who built a Burgh, or settlement on the Sunbury riverside. Today, a conservation area exists in Subury covering numerous historic buildings, restaurants and pubs and a beautiful stretch

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