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Crewing our boats? Please contact us to place an order. Our volunteer boat crew wear a different style of polo shirt and sweatshirt with the RST logo on the arms. This means it is visible when a life jacket/buoyancy aid is worn.
Size Guide for Polo Shirts & Sweatshirts (chest measurements):
- S = 36″-38″
- M = 38″-40″
- L = 40″-42″
- XL = 42″-44″
- XXL = 44″-46”
- 3XL = 46″-48”
- 4XL = 48″-50”
- 5XL = 50”-52” (sweatshirts only)
- 6XL = 52”-54” (sweatshirts only)
Tie – £3.50
Dark green with the River Stour Trust’s Lock Lintel motif
Baseball Cap [River Stour Trust Logo on front] – £6.50
100% heavy cotton drill, Self fabric strap with tri-glide buckle, Seamless, Centralised front panel.
Available in French Navy and one size only
Polo Shirt [with River Stour Trust Logo on chest] – £17.50
65% polyester/35% ringspun cotton, 215gsm weight, Taped neck, Reinforced shoulder seams, Cuffed sleeves, Two matching button placket, Twin needle stitching.
Available in French Navy and sizes S-4XL (refer to size guide).
Sweatshirt [with River Stour Trust Logo on chest] – £21.00
50% polyester/50% combed ringspun cotton, 295 gsm weight, Fade resistant, Taped back neck, 1×1 rib trim to hem and cuffs, Twin needle stitch detail, SpotShield™ stain resistant coating
Available in French Navy and sizes S-6XL (refer to size guide).
The Essex and Suffolk Stour: A History By Sean O’Dell
This book details the beginnings, life and trading decline of the Stour Navigation from the seventeenth century to the present day, looking at the circumstances surrounding the construction of the first lock gates and general engineering works that converted the river into an inland navigation and the changing fortunes in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Sean O’ Dell uses the Navigation Company’s records and other data to look at the causes for the decline and looks at the effects the coming of the railways had on the navigations and illustrates the topic with archive and contemporary images.
The Essex and Suffolk River Stour Navigation By John Marriage
Made famous by John Constable’s paintings, the River Stour is one of the major rivers of East Anglia. Navigable for hundreds of years, in 1705 an Act of Parliament was passed making the waterway suitable for barge traffic.
This photographic volume traces the story of the river, through its years of decline and to the present day activities to restore the Stour to a navigable waterway again.
Stour Secrets By Ken Rickwood
An exploration of the estuary between Essex and Suffolk.
Stour Odyssey By Ken Rickwood
Exploration of the river from salt to source
Our River Poems by Edith Freeman, Photographs by Harry Godfrey
The riverscape depicted over the four seasons through photography and poetry.
Flatford: Constable Country By Ian St. John
‘Suffolk Walker’ series. Includes maps and drawings, water colours and photographs.
Sudbury’s Ancient Common Lands By Adrian Walters
Beautifully illustrated. Details the history of Sudbury’s Common Lands.
Notelets *Limited Stock*
Packs of 10, with envelopes, exclusively designed for the Trust
Jotter Pads *Limited Stock*
Suitable for telephone messages, shopping lists, etc
Good quality cotton, exclusively designed for the Trust
River Stour Trust Key Rings *Limited Stock*
Good quality leather in blue or green with image of electric boat
Coin Key Rings
Always have ‘£1’ to hand- suitable for use in supermarket trolleys and gym lockers
Postage & Packaging – £2.50
For all items, please allow up to 28 days for delivery.
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