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» Feargal Sharkey accuses Thames Water of sewage 'dumping'
Hogsmill volunteers, A Job Well done :-) - Page 2 EmptyFri Sep 04, 2020 4:24 pm by Ed Randall

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» Semi-Tidal Draw off 2019
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» Thames So Full Of Cocaine It’s Pranging Out London’s Eels
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» Semi-Tidal draw-off 2018
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» Thames Water Blitz - 19th/20th October 2018
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» Citizen Crane Forum ~ 26th October 2018
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» Invitation to the 2018 Eel forum ~ 15th October
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» Mystery of dead eels found in rivers
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» Hampton Riviera removed
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» Roads closed everywhere ~ July 29th/30th ~ bike race
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» *Thames Tunnel (Tideway Tunnel)*
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» new hotel at hampton court means loss of fishing
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» FORCE clean-up in Donkey Wood ~ Sun 13th May 2018
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Neil Depledge

Neil Depledge

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Excellent work chaps, sorry I missed it.
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Keith Collett

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Age : 59
Location : ADDLESTONE

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the water was a bit cold that day
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James Mitchell

James Mitchell

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Awesome work,that is some serious engineering work, well done chaps

Lol @ Dave sparking up a fag as usual whilst everyone else gets on with the hard work Hogsmill volunteers, A Job Well done :-) - Page 2 2097397156
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David Harvey

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I think we should off warmed up the tubes first
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