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Thames Lens 2023: Winners

Thames Festival Trust in partnership with the Port of London Authority are thrilled to announce our winning Thames Lens 2022 photos.

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Thames Lens 2022: Winners

Thames Festival Trust in partnership with the Port of London Authority are thrilled to announce our winning Thames Lens 2022 photos.

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Thames Lens 2021: Winners

Our annual photography competition inviting non-professional photographers to travel onto and by the river to capture unique shots of the River Thames.

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Thames Lens 2020: Winners

Our annual photography competition inviting non-professional photographers to travel onto and by the river to capture unique shots of the River Thames.

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Thames Lens 2019: Winners

Our annual photography competition inviting non-professional photographers to travel onto and by the river to capture unique shots of the River Thames.

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Thames Lens 2018: Winners

Our annual photography competition inviting non-professional photographers to travel onto and by the river to capture unique shots of the River Thames.

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Thames Lens 2017: Winners

Our annual photography competition inviting non-professional photographers to travel onto and by the river to capture unique shots of the River Thames.

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Tide Changers

Tide Changers is a development programme that provides early career artists under 30 with support to shape, develop and deliver their River Thames projects, with seed funding, marketing and development sessions. Following an extremely difficult 18 months in the creative industries, Tide Changers sees young artists provided with vital support at this important stage of their professional development.

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Reflections

Taking place at dusk on Saturday 24 September 2022, the Reflections flotilla is a tribute by the river community marking the passing of Her Majesty the Queen and the accession of King Charles III. As the boats glide peacefully by, it will allow those viewing to remember the past and think positively about the future. The event will raise up to £20,000 for the RNLI, supporting the construction of a new lifeboat station at Waterloo Bridge.The illuminated…

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