A public consultation on allowing cyclists to use the Thames Path between Reading and Purley has opened.
The new dual status would run from the River Kennet oil the east confluence to the Roebuck Hotel near Tilehurst Station in the west. in the west to where it meets the Kennet mouth in the east.
Tony Page, Reading Council’s lead member for Strategic Planning and Transport, says that the opening of Christchurch Bridges encouraged more cycling.
The consultation runs until runs until Thursday 25 May.
May Day Bank Holiday is on the right day this year: May Day!
So on Monday 1 May Deptford’s Jack-in-the-Green will appear outside The Dog & Bell at noon.
The pub is in Prince Street behind Convoys Wharf and on the Thames Path between Deptford Creek and Sayes Court Park.
The PS Tattershall Castle was towed upstream on a falling tide to its new berth on Monday.
The move comes three months later than planned.
The gangplanks will be in place by the end of May when the 556 ton paddle steamer reopens as a floating pub.
The PS Tattershall Castle is opposite the London Eye and between Hungerford and Westminster Bridges.
Boarding will be from the Victoria Embankment.
Britain’s 30 greatest Pub Walks in the Sunday Telegraph is more pubs than walks.
But two Thames pubs are featured: The Bulls Head at Barnes and The Perch at Binsey near Oxford.