West Cumbria Rivers Trust and Hayton Castle Fields are upskilling local volunteers to protect wildlife and their own homes
West Cumbria Rivers Trust is working with Hayton Castle Fields and the local community to clean up the local woodland and river to create a haven for people and wildlife and aims to reduce flooding downstream of the site. The cleanup is part of a weekly permaculture project and allows…Read more
Cycle past the Wandle River Restoration Project, whilst riding for rivers at this year’s London to Brighton cycle ride for The Rivers Trust
Cycling 54miles up and down hills might not be the most idyllic way to spend your Sunday but knowing you’re doing it for a good cause and seeing benefits of your support whilst at this year's London to Brighton cycle ride, might ease the pain a little. That’s why we’ve…Read more
Over 500 children take part in the Ribble Rivers Trust ‘Rivers in the Classroom’
Over 500 children across 17 schools have taken part in the ‘Rivers in the Classroom’ education programme this school year. This forms part of the Ribble Rivers Trust’s Ribble Life Together project and other ongoing schemes. Part funded by the Community Challenge Fund, the project helped the trust to inspire…Read more
South East Rivers Trust feature in documentary about Richmond Park, narrated and presented by Sir David Attenborough.
South East Rivers Trust were lucky enough to meet their all-time hero Sir David Attenborough during the launch event of a documentary about Richmond Park, broadcast on London Live Wednesday 26th April. Presented and narrated by Sir David Attenborough, the film, commissioned by Friends of Richmond Park, documents the largest of…Read more