The Sealed Knot re-enacting a battle at Goring
Goring on Thames is a quiet riverside village where the river Thames cut its way through the chalk to form a gorge during the last ice age. The Icknield way and the Ridgeway both cross the Thames at Goring.
During building work at the Catherine Wheel, Goring, a miniature whisky bottle was discovered in the wall of a barn at the back of the pub
A study of some of the place names in the Goring area and their meanings
Some of the Historic Environment Consultancy's collection of historic photographs of Goring and Streatley
Framed reproduction photographs and maps of the Goring and Streatley area available to buy
The Historic Environment Consultancy has considerable experience in dealing with riverside properties