WATER LEVEL, ACCESS AND HAZARD UPDATES: Southeast England

Hampshire Avon drainage and eastwards, with the Nene as the northern limit
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WATER LEVEL, ACCESS AND HAZARD UPDATES: Southeast England

Post by Mark R » Sat Sep 13, 2008 11:01 am

This area is for posting useful info to quickly update and complement the river guides; e.g. water levels, access hassles and new hazards.

Please refrain from creating new threads unless absolutely necessary - there is a thread for each riverguide on the site, use these wherever possible.

If you wish to submit a correction to an existing riverguide, or photos, or a new riverguide, you are welcome to submit it here ... but please first consider using the Contribute page.

The regional editor for Southeast England is Chas Couchman.

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Re: WATER LEVEL, ACCESS AND HAZARD UPDATES: Southeast England

Post by Medway Squirrel » Sat Dec 13, 2008 9:35 am

**UPDATED 8TH OCT 2009**

River Medway - Kent
For all updates and river conditions visit http://www.allingtonlock.co.uk

In the meantime please be aware of the following construction works:

Installation of new canoe portages at Teston Lock and East Farleigh Lock.
Works have commenced and are due to be completed by end of Jan 2010. Portaging is possible using the riverbanks either side.

Eldridges Lock Combined Canoe and Fish Pass Water levels either side of the lock will be lowered from 26th Oct.

For further details and updates, please visit Allington Lock website as above.

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Re: WATER LEVEL, ACCESS AND HAZARD UPDATES: Southeast England

Post by Eliza Dolittle » Mon Feb 02, 2009 1:19 pm

River Thames

The Environment Agency now posts river flow status online. The information includes a likely forecast summary and explains the red and yellow boards system that you see at locks.

http://riverconditions.visitthames.co.uk/

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