The National Trails website has posted advice to walkers on the Thames Path who reach Inglesham in Wiltshire.
It suggests that “the section of Thames Path between Upper Inglesham and Inglesham is currently best negotiated by taxi or bus”.
The section is just over a mile long and follows a main road rather than the river.
Taxis can be called out from nearby Lechlade on (01367) 252575 or (01367) 253424.
The fare is about £5.
Buses 64 and 74 run between Lechlade and Upper Inglesham except on Sundays.
Traffic has increase since the route was planned in the 1980s. A management strategy published in 2006 indicated that negotiations on an alternative route were “moving forward”.
The Thames Path upstream of Tate Modern by the southern exit of Blackfriars Station will close for further work on the station during the following weekends: 11 and 12 February; 18 and 19 February and 25 and 26 February.
There is advance notice of a much longer closure from the evening of Friday 9 March to Monday morning 12 March.
The diversion is by way of Hopton Street, Southwark Street and Blackfriars Road.
All next week from Monday 16 January the Metropolitan Police and Royal Marines are taking part in a joint security exercise ahead of the London Olympics. Expect to see fast craft on the water and helicopters above from time to time day or night.
The Thames Path under Blackfriars Railway Bridge will be liable to closure from 10.30pm to 5am until April.
There will also be some weekend closures.
These measures are to allow the construction of the new Blackfriars Station to be completed this Spring. The new southern station entrance will remain open on weekdays.
The lectern stolen from Ashton Keynes Church last September has been found in Romania.
The Daily Telegraph has the story today.
The partly Saxon church, restored by William Butterfield, is near the Thames Path which runs through the Wiltshire village near Cricklade.