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London has over 600km of waterway, with twenty-one tributaries within Greater London and countless smaller streams. London Rivers Week is a celebration of all these places.

Events across the capital will also be listed on the Thames21 events pages

Get down to an event near you on the River Brent ... Read more...

1st - 3rd June 2018 @10am to 2pm

Join Thames 21 at Pitshangar Park, Ealing for the River Brent Planting Weekend

With the support of Ealing’s Park Rangers, we will be spending 3 days planting marginal native species along the River Brent as it goes through Pitshanger Park.

Help create an inviting space for people and wildlife, no experience necessary, all tools and equipment will be provided, just turn up on the day and be prepared to get stuck in!

Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Meeting 10am in Pitshangar Park at the Bandstand, next to the Will to Win cafe.

Please see Thames21 events listing here for more information, location and contact details.

Come and join us at the Welsh Harp to manage this north London wetland, a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Practical conservation tasks will include meadow management, woodland and reedbed management. It's a great place for bird-watching, so don't forget to bring your binoculars.  Please contactThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.for further information and meeting place details.

River Brent catchment

The River Brent catchment in relation to Greater London and the Thames.

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Revitalised River Brent Catchment Partnership for 2018

January 2018 saw a new start for the River Brent Catchment Partnership, with the appointment of a new BCP Development Manager, with specific aims to:

> identify, plan and develop potential projects to improve river Brent water bodies;

> fundraise to deliver improvement projects;

> work closely with local stakeholder organisations and community groups; and

> share and build knowledge of surface water and river management across the whole river Brent catchment.

 

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