It’s the 1st November, the clocks have changed and the Autumn colours are beautiful. Things have been busy on the river with the RTBP team.
Over the last few weeks, schools have been enjoying School on the River onboard Thames Venturer at Teddington Lock and we were delighted to have our first days back in East London at Hermitage Community Moorings in Wapping.
Cruises onboard Thames Discoverer have enjoyed clear skies and dodged any rain showers. Time on the river with fresh air, calm surroundings and good company has raised everyone’s spirits and created great memories. Thank you to The People Hive, Blesma, Crossroads Care, Choice Care, Sherwood Grange and Elleray Hall for joining us onboard for some special time on the river.
Fundraising activities have been possible once more, with waterstation action for local running events, Harry Hawkes Half Marathon, the Cabbage Patch 10 mile and the Kingston Half Marathon with our friends from Quicksilver running. The welcome return of the fireworks display at The Lensbury in Teddington meant that RTBP Friends and volunteers enjoyed an evening onboard Thames Venturer with food, drinks, fireworks and the usual camaraderie. Thank you John Frye for the photo!
We’ve even hosted something a little different, with a riverside event at Teddington Lock of foraging, followed by amazing food and drinks and a cruise onboard Thames Discoverer. Gemma Hindi, who was our first Education Manager at RTBP, ran the fantastic day and there will be more dates in the diary for next year with Earthwild.