Friends Of The Hythe

Friends of The Hythe serves the interests of residents in and adjacent to the Egham Hythe Conservation Area next to Staines Bridge on the Runnymede side of the river. It was established in 1983 and is managed by a committee of street representatives.
The Hythe road runs through the heart of the Conservation Area and is one of the most historically important and interesting enclaves along the river Thames. Its history reaches back to Roman times when this part of the river was a small port (“hythe”), and it has had a colourful history since then. Today, The Hythe boasts 28 Grade II Listed properties and land-mark structures, most dating from the 17th and 18th centuries.

A stroll around the Hythe