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...

Litter accumulated at Brent Lodge on the River Brent has been at the centre of attention for months and it has sparked several community river clean-ups with Thames21, the intervention of the Environment Agency contracting a tree specialist and of course the Ealing park rangers and Amey.

Although, it is not an isolated or unusual scene, what is most impressive is that organisations and people acted together and volunteered their time in the interest of the environment. Read more...

Book your place to discover London as you have never seen it before. London Rivers Week, 26th June - 3rd July, is going to be a week of walks, bike rides and talks guided by the expert and passionate community working to improve access, recreation, ecology and understanding of rivers, ponds and the green open spaces surrounding them in London. Read more...

We've just set up a Facebook group. Please do join it and share photos, events, asks, opinions, comments, ideas, frustrations... our combined energy could really draw in lots more people.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/wildwesthuddle/

Join in also on twitter @WildWestHuddle #WildWestHuddle Read more...

The Zoological Society of London ZSL has been monitoring the migration of eels into the Thames catchment since 2005 and now needs your help to: Read more...

Coming to a series of snappy talks on the innovative ways people are rewilding hearts, minds and places in the North-West of London? The Wild West Huddle will be packed full of high-energy, interesting talks from speakers energised by the natural world in the Brent catchment and beyond. Read more...

In 2015-16, the Welsh Harp has been experiencing a Reinassance. We are really thrilled and would like to share with you some of the news. Read more...

To capture the essence of our Living Waterways, we launched our amateur photo competition in North & West London and were inundated with beautiful images of waterways that flow through Barnet, Harrow, Brent, Ealing and Hounslow. Read more...

Hurray!! An outfall next to Ealing Hospital was deemed as significantly improved by the Environment Agency this month, after Read more...

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