Wildlife organisations, river and environmental groups and community associations have this week announced plans for the fourth TideFest to be held on the tidal Thames in London on Sunday September 10th
TideFest is a relatively new River Thames event which took place for the first time in 2014 to highlight the recreational importance of the Thames to Londoners and to encourage people to ‘enjoy the river’. TideFest 2017 takes place at Strand-on-the-Green in Chiswick and at Brentford, Barnes and other locations along the Thames Tideway, as part of the month long Totally Thames festival.
A wide range of activities have been planned from 9am to 7pm on Sunday 10th September at either free or heavily subsidised rates including:
- Tidesfest Fishing Match
- Stand-Up Paddleboarding
- Boat trips
- Secret Island Visits
- Archeological walks
- Historical Tours
- Have a go activities
And much, much more !
Activities and events will be available to book online soon.
Tidefest partners: Active 360, Angling Trust, Brentford FC Community Sports Trusts, Edge Paddling, Get Hooked on Fishing, London Wildlife Trust, River Thames Society, RSPB, Strand on the Green Assoc, Strand on the Green Sailing Club, Thames 21, Thames Tunnel Now, Thames Anglers Conservancy, Totally Thames, Port of London Authority.