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14.07.18 – NAVIGATION RESTRICTION – POLICE INCIDENT – UPDATE

13:55 hrs – The police incident has ended and Millmead lock has reopened. You can also check the latest river conditions by calling Thames Lock 01932 843106 or the Navigations office 01483 561389 (recorded message not updated at weekends). Advertisements

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14.07.18 – NAVIGATION RESTRICTION – POLICE INCIDENT

10:25 hrs – Due to a police incident Millmead lock is closed until further notice. You can also check the latest river conditions by calling Thames Lock 01932 843106 or the Navigations office 01483 561389 (recorded message not updated at … Continue reading

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10.07.18 – PAPERCOURT LOCK – UPDATE

11:50hrs – The bottom sluice, cottage side, at Papercourt Lock, has now been fixed and the lock is now fully operational. You can also check the latest river conditions by calling Thames Lock 01932 843106 or the Navigations office 01483 … Continue reading

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09.07.18 – PAPERCOURT LOCK

12.30hrs – The bottom sluice, cottage side, at Papercourt Lock, is currently out of action. The lock is still usable with only one sluice operational. Property staff are aware of the problem, and will be on site asap. You can … Continue reading

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07.07.18 – NAVIGATION RESTRICTION – FALLEN TREE – UPDATE

16:05 hrs – The Fallen tree downstream of Pigeon House FB has been partially cleared and is now passable with care. You can also check the latest river conditions by calling Thames Lock 01932 843106 or the Navigations office 01483 … Continue reading

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07.07.18 – NAVIGATION RESTRICTION – FALLEN TREE

10:00 hrs – There is a fallen tree across the Navigation just down stream of Pigeon House FB. It is not passable. You can also check the latest river conditions by calling Thames Lock 01932 843106 or the Navigations office … Continue reading

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22.06.2018 Tuesday 26 June – Navigation restriction

Engineers working on behalf of Network Rail will be inspecting Dapdune railway bridge, approximately 50m downstream of Dapdune Wharf.  Navigation will remain open but please proceed with caution and at dead slow speed passed the works pontoon.  Advance signage will … Continue reading

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