South East Rivers Trust

Author: Polly


We would like to introduce David Courtneidge as our new Project Officer in the River Restoration Delivery Team. David started in mid-January and is already getting stuck into several projects on the River Darent at Otford and Eynsford, the River Read more…


We are very happy to welcome Niki Karagkouni, our new GIS Analyst! Niki’s background is in Geo-informatics and Topography, joining us with an MSc in Environmental Sciences. Niki has many years of experience as a researcher, working on both marine Read more…


We are pleased to introduce Harry – our new Assistant Project Officer! Harry will be joining Toby, Nick and Miguel in the River Restoration Delivery Team. He has already been put to the test supporting our work at Acacia Hall Read more…


We’re pleased to welcome Miguel – our new Assistant Project Officer. Miguel will be joining our River Restoration Team. He has already been out and about with the Team delivering our restoration work at Acacia Hall on the Darent – Read more…


We are pleased to announce our new project – Preventing Plastic Pollution! What is the Preventing Plastic Pollution Project? Working in partnership with 18 organisations from across France and England, the Preventing Plastic Pollution Project seeks to understand and reduce Read more…


Come and volunteer with our Team! Public communications and promotion are a key tool for the Trust, and we are seeking a Communications and Engagement Volunteer to help support and expand this work. The purpose of this volunteer position is Read more…


We are looking for photographs showcasing the rivers of the South East of England to include on our new website. Can you help us? What are we looking for? We are in desperate need of photos which showcase the beautiful Read more…


Defra has proposed changes to how our rivers are managed and regulated which could bring about major benefits. Healthy rivers need good, sustainable flows of high quality water. Natural processes shaped by these two fundamental factors combine to create a Read more…


Last year we called on you all to respond to your local water company’s Water Resource Management and Business plan consultations. Collectively, these will lay out the water company’s investment for the next five years, as well as the long-term Read more…


This year, South East Rivers Trust is hosting the annual Rivers Trust Conference and putting the focus on protecting and restoring water resources in a changing climate. We are using the opportunity to launch our Interreg 2 Seas project, PROWATER, Read more…


  Buy your Christmas cards from us and help support our work!   Our charity Christmas cards highlight the importance of river cleanups. Created by local illustrator Jane Porter, the cards showcase her famous Wandle Alphabet.  “It took five years Read more…


Green Lanes Recreation Ground Pollution   On Tuesday 16th October 2018, a pollution incident at Green Lanes Recreation Ground was flagged to us by a member of the local community. Having visited the site later that day, it looks as Read more…


  Loddon Rivers Week: 24th – 30th September 2018 Please browse the events available during Loddon Rivers Week and make sure you book your place!   Monday 24th September Evening Bat Walk at Millfield Local Nature Reserve Time: 18:45  Meet: Read more…


You can vote to fund our education programme, Project Kingfisher, in Tesco stores along the Hogsmill now.   Do you live in Kingston? Or perhaps the Epsom/Ewell area? Do you buy your food and other shopping from your local Tesco Read more…


Getting hot in this heatwave?   With this sunny, hot weather, we all want to find a way to cool down, quickly. One tempting way of doing this is to use more water than usual. Perhaps for an outdoor paddling Read more…


Pets attract parasites and protecting our pets from parasites is part of the deal we make when we become responsible for them. There’s a wide range of products to choose from, designed to fit with your lifestyle and preferences.   Read more…


This is the fourth in a series on blogs focusing on the Water Resource Management Plans for the water companies operating in the south east. To find out what these plans are and why they are important, read our Introduction Blog. Blog Read more…


The Teacher Diaries is a new blog series written by our Education Officer, Verity Thomson. Read our series to find out all about our efforts to get kids outside and engaged with their local river. The project is kindly supported by the Read more…


This is the third in a series on blogs focusing on the Water Resource Management Plans for the water companies operating in the south east. To find out what these plans are and why they are important, read our Introduction Blog. Blog Read more…


This is the second in a series on blogs focusing on the Water Resource Management Plans for the water companies operating in the south east. To find out what these plans are and why they are important, read our Introduction Blog. Blog Read more…