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PostSubject: River Thames Conditions - Quick Dial Numbers   Sun May 21, 2017 10:00 am

New quick dial numbers


The Environment Agency Floodline system has been updated, they have made some changes to the telephone river advice information.

The Floodline phone number remains the same 0345 988 1188.

  • Select option 1 for River information for boaters
  • When prompted, enter one of the quick dial numbers below for the area of the river you want to hear about.
  • If you call the quick dial number and the message states 'there are no messages for this area' then there are currently no boards being displayed at the locks.


You can still view river advice on the River Thames Conditions website http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/riverthamesconditions.

Quick dialReachDescription
415000River Thames Upstream of St John's Lock to Radcot LockSt John's to Radcot Lock, including Buscot and Grafton Locks
415001River Thames Rushey to Godstow LockRushey to Godstow Lock, including Shifford, Northmoor, Pinkhill, Eynsham and Kings Locks
415002River Thames Osney to Iffley LockOsney to Iffley Locks only
415003River Thames Sandford to Clifton LockSandford to Clifton Lock, including Abingdon and Culham Locks
415004River Thames Day's to Mapledurham LockDay's to Mapledurham Lock, including Benson, Cleeve, Goring and Whitchurch Locks
415005River Thames Caversham to Shiplake LockCaversham to Shiplake Lock, including Sonning Lock
415006River Thames Marsh to Boveney LockMarsh to Boveney Lock, including Hambleden, Hurley, Temple, Marlow, Cookham, Boulters and Bray Locks
415007River Thames Romney to Bell Weir LockRomney to Bell Weir Lock, including Old Widsor Lock
415008River Thames Penton Hook  to Chertsey LockPenton Hook to Chertsey Locks only
415009River Thames Shepperton to Teddington LockShepperton to Teddington Lock, including Sunbury and Molesey Locks
415010River Kennet upstream of Blake's LockRiver Kennet for upstream of Blake's Lock and down to the confluence with the River Thames

Warning boards and what they mean

When we are displaying these boards at locks, we advise users of all boats not to navigate because the strong flows make it difficult and dangerous. Those in hire boats arriving at a lock where these boards are displayed should stop immediately and contact their hire boat operator to ask their instructions.
When we are displaying these boards at locks, we advise users of all unpowered boats not to navigate and users of powered boats to find a safe mooring. This is because river flows are likely to strengthen and red boards could be displayed very soon and without warning.
When we are displaying these boards at locks, we advise users of all unpowered boats not to navigate and users of powered boats to navigate with caution.

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