The CEO Blog 3 – Vote for Rivers

The CEO Blog 3 – Vote for Rivers

Read the third installment from our CEO, Laurence, as he discusses rivers on the political agenda ahead of the upcoming General Election. Vote for Rivers “The role of charities is to not be Political with a big P, where you support individual parties, but we can...
Vote for Rivers

Vote for Rivers

Get involved with the #VoteForRivers campaign from The Rivers Trust and wider rivers movement. There are tips below on what questions to ask prospective candidates, what action you can take and what is wanted from the next government. Visit...
The Big River Watch is back!

The Big River Watch is back!

Brought to you by our national organisation The Rivers Trust, and the wider Rivers Trust movement, everyone is invited to join the only UK and Ireland-wide citizen science survey of river health. In the first Big River Watch in September 2023 more than 5,000 people...
The CEO Blog 2

The CEO Blog 2

Our CEO Dr Laurence Couldrick speaks about how, with an impending general election in late 2024, our rivers continue to be in the spotlight and are forming part of the political battlefield field. On one hand this is good news as it raises the profile of these amazing...
Water Restoration Fund to use water company fines

Water Restoration Fund to use water company fines

TODAY, the Government opened the application process to the long-awaited Water Restoration Fund (WRF). Environment secretary Steve Barclay announced up to £11 million from water company fines and penalties (accrued from April 2022 to Oct 2023) are to be invested in...