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Wild swimming reads

Wild swimming reads

Posted by Emily Cooper

Wild swimming and reading go together like strawberries and cream. Whether you're preparing to take the plunge, or warming up after your swim, having a good book to get stuck into can be a fantastic feeling. That's why we've prepared a list of our favourite nature-based books for your next…

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What to take wild swimming

What to take wild swimming

Posted by Emily Cooper

Wild swimming is a fantastic hobby, even more so because it can be done for free! However, there are a few items that can make your swim safer and more enjoyable. Here's our list of items that you might want to consider taking on your river swimming debut. Before &…

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Welcome to Wild Swimming!

Welcome to Wild Swimming!

Posted by Emily Cooper

With summer in... uhh... full swing, you might be thinking about starting your wild/river swimming journey. We're here to make your first river swimming session go, well, swimmingly. This week, we're going to teach you everything you need to take up river swimming. Before anything else, we want to point…

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The Waterpocalypse: Drought

The Waterpocalypse: Drought

Posted by Emily Cooper

This World Water Week, we're investigating four of the most serious threats facing water across the globe: the Four Horses of the Waterpocalypse. Drought is a natural phenomenon, occurring as a result of high temperatures and low rainfall. However, drought has increased in both severity and frequency in recent years—largely…

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The Waterpocalypse: Urbanisation

The Waterpocalypse: Urbanisation

Posted by Emily Cooper

This World Water Week, we're looking at four of the greatest threats to water across the globe: the Four Horsemen of the Waterpocalypse. Today, we're talking about urbanisation. We haven’t treated our rivers kindly over the years. We have straightened, dammed, deepened, reinforced, diverted, embanked and culverted them for our…

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