Thames 21 writes.... London Rivers Week Do you cherish rivers and enjoy exploring them? Do you love the wildlife that roams our countryside? Do you want to learn about what’s being done to protect London’s life-giving rivers and how you can help? Then join us for the third annual London Rivers Week, running from Saturday … Continue reading London Rivers Week – Saturday June 23 to Sunday July 1
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
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
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
The first 3RCU took place in 2008 with the main aim to control the growth of Himalayan Balsam along the rivers. Himalayan Balsam is an invasive non-native plant that spreads quickly, clogging up river banks and reducing biodiversity. It shades and crowds native species and causes riverbank erosion, leading to an increase in the risk of … Continue reading The new 3 Rivers Clean Up blog is now live!
The January - March 2017 RBSM programme is now available. If you are new to the River Bankside Sessions, please check out our How to get Involved, FAQ and River Volunteering pages where hopefully you will find all the information that you need. If after reading this you have any other questions, please feel free to contact … Continue reading New RBSM Programme now available
The new River Bankside Management programme is now available. The volunteers will be continuing their work along the rivers, Pool, Quaggy and Ravensbourne. If you would like to join us, please read more about what we do on our volunteering page.
The New Rivers and People programme is now available. The volunteer sessions will focus on, bankside management, litter clearance and the eradication of invasive species. More information about how you can get involved in these sessions can be found on the River Volunteering tab.
The River The river Ravensbourne rises, 4 miles south of Bromley town centre at Caesar's Well in Keston. It then flows through the London Boroughs of Bromley, Lewisham and Greenwich where it then joins the River Thames at Deptford, where its 1/2 mile muddy tidal reach is known as Deptford Creek. The Ravensbourne is 11 miles (17 km) … Continue reading Ravensbourne Catchment Improvement Plan