South East Rivers Trust

Category: Water scarcity


On World Rivers Day, we want to remind ourselves of the value of rivers to our society and the impact we have on them … Local legend has it that the River Nailbourne, in Elham valley, is the result of Read more…


Introducing our latest project: Holistic Water for Horticulture What is Polytunnel Horticulture? Polytunnels (pictured above) allow growers to produce high value soft fruits over extended seasons so that fruit is available for a much longer period in the year. For Read more…


On 5th March, we hosted the Rivers Trust Spring Conference in Canterbury (Kent), focussing on Natural Capital and Water Resources and launching the Interreg PROWATER Project.   “There has never been a more important time to talk about water resources.” 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…


Pernod Ricard believes that companies have a responsibility to protect the environment. As a company that produces wines and spirits, they recognise the importance of looking after our water sources. Fortunately for the SuDS in Sutton’s Schools project, they also Read more…


While we’re all suffering in the current heatwave, please spare a thought for the fish!   While we may be jealous of those spending all their time laying around in water 24-7, the fish can be affected at this time Read more…


  There are so many good reasons to install a water butt…   As the Education and Community Outreach Officer on the SuDS in Sutton’s Schools project, I am often singing the praises of water butts. A water butt is 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…


This is the fifth of 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 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…


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…


This is the first of 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. Read more…


Water companies across the UK are consulting on their Water Resource Management Plans, and as a customer, you have the opportunity to comment on these plans and influence how your money is spent. What are Water Resource Management Plans? Since Read more…


We are delighted that SERT is one of five charitable trusts to have been awarded funding from the Patsy Wood Trust, designed to deliver a lasting impact for the environment. The projects will benefit rivers, woodland, butterflies and landscapes as Read more…