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When: Sunday 1st July 2018

Where: Welsh Harp Reservoir, West Hendon entrance, Edgware, London NW9 7EZ

Why: Join us at the wonderful Welsh Harp SSSI Reservoir on the River Brent to end London Rivers Week with an active fun day combining Himalayan Balsam pulling plus plastic litter picking. Read more...

When: Wednesday 27th June 2018

Where: Welsh Harp Environmental Centre, Birchen Grove, NW9 8RY

Why: Learn about how the shape and dynamic structure of rivers support habitats for aquatic wildlife and how the MoRPh health check can help guide decisions for river enhancements. This event will provide citizen science training in the Modular River Physical (MoRPh) Survey habitat assessment method.

Booking is essential! Please sign up via Eventbrite HERE

For more information contact: Lucy on 07523 512848  or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

When: 11:00 - 1:30pm Wednesday 27th June

Where: Watling Park, Barnet

Why: Join Thames21 and volunteer to help conserve the Burnt Oak Brook. This river, which leads to the River Thames via the River Brent is being harmed by a variety of different plastic pollution and other items of litter. Come join us, and local volunteer groups to enhance this river preventing litter reaching the Thames. Read more...

Saturday June 23 – Sunday 1 July is London Rivers Week 2018

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.

Please check on the Thames21 events pages for more information of activities across the River Brent and other London Rivers.

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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