Sunday 31 July 2022

Thames Festival Trust - More events coming up at Totally Thames: A Trinity Buoy Wharf walking tour, an exhibition at Greenwich Yacht Club


London's Lost Village: Trinity Buoy Wharf Walking Tour
Mon 5 Sep | Trinity Buoy Wharf
 From the arrival of Trinity House and the experiments of Michael Faraday, to the buregeoning arts hub that exists beside the Thames today, join Trinity Buoy Wharf manager John Burton for this historical walking tour exploring this fascinating site's rich heritage.
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Classic Boat Festival | Sat 10 & Sun 11 Sep
St. Katharine Docks will host the 13th annual Classic Boat Festival. With around 40 beautiful vintage boats on display, and an array of activities including workshops, live music, our SKD Talks series and free kids activities; it’s the perfect day for all the family.
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Harvest Festival at Surrey Docks Farm | Sat 10 Sep
At this food-themed event on a riverside farm, you can play fair games with a veggie twist (butternut squash skittles anyone?), enjoy a BBQ and beer in the field, sample fresh bread baked from a wood oven and stock up on fresh fruit and vegetables grown on the Farm. Plus much more!
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There's still time to apply to volunteer at Totally Thames 2022!
Want to learn new skills, take part in our events, and help us make this the best Totally Thames yet? Apply by Fri 5 August.
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Greenwich Yacht Club Art Exhibition| Sat 10 & Sun 11 Sep
An exhibition created by Greenwich Yacht Club members and associates including painting, crafts, sculpture and photography about activities on the river Thames, such as sailing on the Thames; boat repairing, wildlife, flora, fauna, and objects found along the foreshore.
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Erith Made | Sat 10 & Sun 11 Sep
Head to Erith for a celebration of the town, people, local businesses and more with workshops, markets, walks and more. Check out the full programme to see 30 + events taking place there over the weekend.
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The Nine Elms Sessions: The Settlers & Ebb and Flow | Online | All Sep
'The Settlers' music video, part of World Heart Beat's 'The Nine Elms Sessions', highlights the importance of the River Thames and this section of London’s South Bank as a popular destination over the centuries for Irish settlers seeking employment, particularly in the construction industry.
Also online by World Heart Beat is the Ebb and Flow project, enabling young musicians to engage with communities in Nine Elms to celebrate the local area, the Thames and people's relationships with it through music.
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Thames Run: Source to Sea | gallery@oxo | Thu 8 - Sun 11 Sep
See this fascinating exhibition artistically depicting data, maps, photos and more from  artist Veronique Chance's 14 day Thames Run that was completed in May.
River Walk • River Talk • River Listen | Channelsea River | Sun 11 Sep
Join Surge Cooperative for a walk along the old route of the Channelsea River, and discuss hidden rivers, buried eco systems, culveted flow and what this means for our environment today, followed by a deep listening session to truly connect with your surroundings. 
London's Villages: Deptford | Guildhall Library | Tue 13 Sep 
For four centuries Deptford, which takes its name from a deep ford across the Thames, was a thriving Royal dockyard. Join this illustrated talk by City Guide Pete Smith to find out more.
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Turning Tides Music Festival | Greenwich Peninsula | Sat 10 - Sun 11 Sep
Turning Tides returns to Greenwich Peninsula for a weekend of eclectic live performances, street food,  a pop up bar and more.
Hands on History: Exploring the Royal River Walk | Greenwich Foreshore | Sun 11 Sep
Explore the archaeology of the Royal Palace at Greenwich on the foreshore and on land with archaeologists from Thames Discovery Programme.
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