Thames 21 Essential Training Course Thame 21's foundational course, called Leading a aterway Clean Up, is for people interested in learning more about waterways and why they are important. The course contains everything you need to know to plan and run safe, effective and enjoyable waterway improvement events. There is no obligation to actually run events once you have … Continue reading Leading a Waterway Cleanup with Thames21
A little bit out of the Borough, but some of you might find this training interesting! (Thanks to the Rivers Trust for the information) Location: Manchester, United Kingdom Date and Time: February 15, 2018 10:30am—3:30 pm The Rivers Trust is joining Keep Britain Tidy in assembling an army of #litterheroes for a UK wide mass clean-up … Continue reading Keep Britain Tidy Spring Clean 2018 – training for Rivers Trusts
Our first 3 Rivers Clean Up planning session will be taking place later this week. We hope that by the end o it we will have confirmed the dates for this year’s festival. We hope that will be able to overlap with London Rivers Week. This will be the 10th year that we have … Continue reading 3 Rivers Clean Up 2018
Location: National Council For Voluntary Organisations, All Saints Street, London N1 9RL, United Kingdom Date: January 30, 2018 10:00am—4:00 pm Booking: Via Eventbrite Joint the Rivers Trust for a CaBA (Catchment Based Approach) Workshop in London to cover a range of issues including the 2018 benefits, evaluation and monitoring reporting, monitoring for catchment management encompassing water quality … Continue reading CaBA Workshop – London, 30 January 2018
The new Rivers and People programme is now available. Join us for our Tuesday sessions where tasks will include the removal of invasive species, litter picks, pond work and clearing of the river banks. If you have any questions about our sessions, please visit the Rivers and People page on this blog.
An illustrated talk by Edward Mayer of Swift Conservation 22 February 2018, 19.00 to 21.00 Lewisham Council Chambers - Booking via Eventbrite This talk should be useful for planners, developers, architects, bird-watchers, nature lovers and anyone with an interest in how we live in our towns and cities. Swifts are our fastest bird in level … Continue reading Swifts & Enhancing Urban Biodiversity
Thank you all of your hard work over the last year. Lewisham's rivers are in much better condition thanks to the work that you do. We look forward to seeing you again in the New Year.
Thames 21 Essential Train Course Thames 21 foundational course, called Leading a Waterway Clean Up, is for people interested in learning more about waterways and why they are important. The course contains everything you need to know to plan and run safe, effective and enjoyable waterway improvement events. There is no obligation to actually run events once you … Continue reading Leading a Waterway Clean up – Thames 21