2018 Round Up

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Whilst we’re raring to go for 2019 it feels wrong to press forward into the new year without a quick look back at 2018 and everything that went on at Oxo Tower Wharf. FASHIONABLE START TO THE YEAR We kicked off the year with a fashion theme at Bargehouse, hosting Xander Zhou’s A/W 18 show…

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  • 2019 Round Up

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    Some of our highlights and favourite moments from the past year: A COLOURFUL START TO THE YEAR To inject some colour into our iconic building, we commissioned Brighton based artist and designer Lois O’Hara. The brief was to create something to encourage people to explore the first floor and discover the shops and studios and…

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  • 2019-02-06 14:00:10

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    Good day,
    I am doing the thames path walk in july and am looking for advice regarding what clothing
    to take.i will be sleeping in bandb,s ,etc every night.are there organised groups who do it etc
    Any advice would be much appreciated.I am capable of walking all day if necessary but would like to do source to kingston in tweny to twenty four days with two nights in some places.
    many thanks
    neil horsman

    2019-02-06 14:00:39

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    Good day,
    I am doing the thames path walk in july and am looking for advice regarding what clothing
    to take.i will be sleeping in bandb,s ,etc every night.are there organised groups who do it etc
    Any advice would be much appreciated.I am capable of walking all day if necessary but would like to do source to kingston in tweny to twenty four days with two nights in some places.
    many thanks
    neil horsman

    2019-11-15 10:55:53

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    Hi there, do you know any way that I could get a status report on a stretch of the Thames Path? We are planning to walk Datchet to Staines on Sunday, and it’s quite a way for us to travel to the start – we don’t want to get there to find the path is flooded. (We live in Wallingford and the path is flooded in places here, with parts of it not passable)

    Many thanks

    Jane