Thames Head is a site in Gloucestershire, traditionally identified as the source of
the River Thames, a major river which runs through the centre of London.
The source of the River Thames. Thames Head. Height above sea level: 108.5
metres (356 feet) Click to see a map of this area. Use the aerial photograph ...
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Mar 23, 2009 ... The start of a 200-mile journey from the source of the River Thames in the
Cotswolds, through London, to where it meets the North Sea.
Brief Introduction. The River Thames is the second longest river in Great Britain
flowing for 215 miles(346km)from Thames Head near Cirencester(Glos) to the ...
The source of the Thames is marked by a stone and signpost indicating the start
of ... (294 km), and forms a green corridor beside the river to the Thames Barrier.
The final part of the Thames Path is from the town of Cricklade, to the source of
the ... Soon you come to a small bridge over the river, now a narrow stream, to the
Sep 5, 2010 ... An expert describes what to look for as the source of the River Thames.
Aug 22, 2012 ... An expert from the Environment Agency describes what to look for as the source
of the River Thames. From dry channels to flowing water, she ...
Nov 10, 2014 ... Rising in the Cotswold Hills, its basin covers an area of approximately 5500
square miles (14250 square km). The traditional source at Thames.
Now in its third year the Source to Sea River Relay is bigger and more diverse
than ever. The Bottle's journey will begin at the source of the river in a field near ...