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It is thought that the lock at Goring dates back to a flash weir way back in the 16th century. Goring itself lies next to the village of Streatley situated on the Berkshire bank, linked by a largely wooden bridge across the river.

A couple of miles downstream, the river passes Hartslock nature reserve, a chalk grassland site and home to some interesting wildflowers.

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