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Blog: Updates from the Hillylaid Wetlands
March CEOs Update
For March’s newsletter, our Chief Exec, Mark Lloyd reflects on our annual Spring Conference, speaking on the need to work together with different members of the water movement, the successes of raising public consciousness around rivers and the pathways to actions that help our rivers thrive.
Blog: River Waveney Trust: Canoe Access
Storm Overflows Reduction Plan lacks urgency — our rivers deserve better
Government today announced the start of consultation on its Storm Overflows Discharge Reduction Plan (
). The plan from Defra sets out targets for water companies to reduce the harm caused by pollution from combined sewer (or storm) overflows, meeting the objective set in the Environment Act last year.
Press Release: Sewage Pollution — The crappiest map
The reality of sewage pollution in your local area.
World Fish Migration Family Day
to get second designated river bathing site at Oxford’s Port Meadow
A stretch of the River Thames at Port Meadow, Oxford, has been designated as an official river bathing location after a nearly two-year long local battle against sewage pollution.
Where’s there’s muck…
Christine Colvin, Director of Partnerships and Communications, writes about the Storm Overflows Discharge Reduction Plan.
The Green Match Fund
We’re fundraising with the Green Match Fund to help us compile our State of Our Rivers report. Donations are matched so your money counts double — we need your help to reach our goal of £