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London Wildlife Trust’s newest project, Water for Wildlife is a four year project, funded by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and Thames Water, aiming to delve a little deeper into London’s freshwaters. London’s freshwater habitats Read more...

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In 2013 extensive detective work began in Harrow after dirty water, which should have been destined for sewer pipes and the local treatment works, was found to be running into drains meant only for surface water (rainwater from homes) and then out into the brook, a tributary of the River Brent. Read more...

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.

This 3rd Friends of event will be starting at the Welsh Harp at 10 am and finshing at 2pm. The starting location for the event is Birchen Grove at the Environmental Centre, NW9 8RY. Contact details at the bottom......

INTERESTED IN CONSERVATION? Be part of a new Friends of the Welsh Harp group at this 3rd Conservation Day. Read more...

River Brent catchment

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

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Thames Water stops an outfall washing-up winding-up in the Wealdstone Brook

42 appliances, including sinks and toilets, no longer empty their loads through an outfall into the Wealdstone Brook thanks to three years of hard graft by Thames Water and the Environment Agency.

Following the successful identification of the problem properties, Thames Water worked with home owners to make sure their pipes were properly reconnected. Read more in the latest news.

 

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