Eysey Footbridge is a footbridge across the River Thames just below Cricklade, Wiltshire and to the south of Eysey Manor. It is one of the first bridges on the Thames Path, if beginning from the source of the river, and one of very few footbridges to span the Thames where both banks are in one county, Wiltshire.
This section of the Thames is wholly within Wiltshire, but marks the boundary between the parishes of Cricklade to the south of the river, and Latton on the north. The River Key joins the Thames upstream of the bridge.
|Bridges and crossings on the River Thames|
|Cricklade Town Bridge||Cricklade sewage works bridge||A419 Road Bridge||Eysey Footbridge||Water Eaton House Bridge||Castle Eaton Bridge||Hannington Bridge|