Thames at War
Very sadly we are unable to organise Thames at War this year due to Covid restrictions, however we live in hope that we will be able to go ahead April 2022.

We had a fantastic day on Sunday 14th April 2019, a huge amount of thanks to Richard and Frank at the lock and all the re-enactors, exhibitors, boats and vehicles who all came and made the event the success it was.  We had over 17,000 visitors and had so many lovely comments, thank you for coming.

We have been asked if this will be an annual event, at present we are unsure, but have no doubt if we do it all again, you will know about it!

Please contact us if you have any information on the Upper Thames Patrol, we will be developing a website dedicated to them.

We go out and give talks, please see our website

Karen and Bret

The Upper Thames Patrol (UTP)

Two UTP slipper launches racing with Lewis guns, possibly downstream of Whitchurch Lock circa 1943.

Rear Admiral Sir Basil Brooke taking the salute at Wargrave, near Henley, as he inspected the boats from the UTP 8th April 1940.

More UTP Photos

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