Thames Maritime Heritage was conceived in the first decade of the 21st century as a dream of one man. Danny Creedon was a lifetime riverman with an idea Dannny's dream for Thames Maritime Heritage was to pursue every avenue to protect, preserve and restore maritime activities at Greenwich and centred on the Steel Jetty. Thames Maritime Heritage (TMH) was to be a joint venture centrally involving the Maritime Volunteer Service (MVS), Swiftstone Trust, Massey Shaw fireboat, Steam Tug Portwey, Tilbury-based Kenya Jacaranda and other important historic craft. English Partnerships, various shipwright-training interests, positive elements of the now defunct Mayflower Sail Training Society and a number of focussed specialists were involved in an embryonic plan to bring historic small ships, shipwrighting and river life together on and by the Greenwich Peninsula. The whole plan folded when people with agendas high-jacked the dream (and the keys of the steel jetty) and this website suddenly found itself redundant.
Then, In 2015, in Dartford Conrad Broadley had a dream which rapodly led to the setting up of
"Friends of Dartford and Crayford Creek"
and this website became available as it's webmaster shared the dream.