The Spring Court (AKA Joint Court of the Thames) was traditionally held by the Old man of the Thames upriver at Lechlade, at the time of the Spring Equinox. This used to take the shape of a large funfair.
Spring Court at Bernie Spain GardensEdit
Lady Tyburn and Oxley decided tho hold a joint Spring Court at Bernie Spain Gardens on the South Bank. This was the first joint Court since 1857, due to Father Thames leaving the city during the Big Stink in 1858.
During the Spring Court a fair or festival was held in the park, which at the time was covered in a mist. When the God and Goddess of the River Thames arrived to the Spring Court in their respective river cruisers their presence was preceded by vestigium, and when they docked the pier a wave of vestigium swept over the park.