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It appears that criminals may have chosen the site not just because of its inaccessibility but also for the nauseous smell of the sewage works which would help to mask the distinctive smell of the plants.PC Sarah Henderson, of Kingston police, said: "The area these plants were growing on was the size of a football pitch, it looked like a small forest of Christmas trees and was complete with a gazebo.Passing Shepperton, home of the famous Shepperton Film Studios, we cruise on through Walton and Sunbury to Hampton where guests will have a full day to visit the spectacular Hampton Court Palace and gardens before the cruise ends at Kingston Upon Thames, an attractive vibrant Surrey market town a stone’s throw from central London.To book please select the required number of cabins below.Mr Singh, who is also responsible for security at the temple, added: "It's too much (cannabis).I think it's over by the water because I've not seen it here." Matt Leary, 30, who works nearby, said: "I am very surprised. "I haven't been aware of other serious crime in the area.If you have any questions or specific requirements please contact us.
Cruising downstream along the outskirts of Caversham and Reading, we head towards Sonning, a pretty village which straddles the Thames with the help of an attractive 18 century bridge and has its own theatre housed in the former Sonning Mill on an island close to the lock.From here the river twists and turns through Egham, Staines and Chertsey to reach Weybridge where the river Wey meets the Thames.Below the lock the last remaining ferry on the non-tidal Thames joins the Thames Path for walkers where it crosses the river."Whoever set this up used a really remote spot, the only way to get there was a 20 minute walk through wasteland.
But all their time, trouble and gardening skills will go unrewarded, as the whole lot will now be destroyed by police." Detectives are now searching for those responsible for the plantation.
From here we follow the river through open countryside towards Henley, skirting Wargrave on the East bank and Shiplake with its splendid college building set into the hillside on the West.