Tour of Historical Goring

Goring-on-Thames (Goring) is a village on the River Thames in South Oxfordshire.  Across the river is the smaller Berkshire village of Streatley, often seen as a twin village.  They are linked by Goring and Streatley Bridge and its adjacent lock and weir. A regatta is held here annually. It is at the intersection of The Ridgeway, Icknield Way and Thames Path. The village church, dedicated to St Thomas Becket, has a nave that was built within 50 years of the saint’s death, in the early 13th century.

Join the Goring Gap History Society for a tour of their village, located by an ancient crossing of the River Thames and Great Western Railway line.  Learn about the people and businesses that thrived there in the past, distant and not so distant.

The meeting place in Goring will be notified in the week running up to the walk. 

Numbers are limited, so pre-booking is required. Bookings close three days before the walk. 

To book, scroll down.

Image: Goring church from the bridge over the River Thames by Simon Mortimer, CC BY-SA 2.0 

Location image: Goring lock by Bill Nicholls, CC BY-SA 2.0

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£4
Available Tickets: 16

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£5
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Date

Tue 06 Aug

Time

14:00 - 15:30

Tickets

£5.00

Location

Goring Village
Goring Village
Category

Organiser

The Centre - Berkshire FHS
Email
booking@berksfhs.org.uk
Website
https://berksfhs.org/branches/
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