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August 2022

Guided Walk-Hogsmill River

August 18 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Bourne Hall, Spring Street
Ewell, Epsom KT17 1UF United Kingdom
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Free
River Hogsmill

A guided walk of the Hogsmill River with a circular route from Bourne Hall to Hogsmill stepping stones. Learn about the chalk stream, its wildlife, the issues it faces and what we are doing to improve and restore it, with a focus on water scarcity. The walk will last approximately 2hrs and will cover a distance of roughly 2 miles.

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River Cleanup – Morning Session -Riverside Gardens – River Cray

August 21 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Riverside Gardens, High Street
St Mary Cray, BR5 3NH United Kingdom
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Free

Join us to remove plastic pollution, other litter and fly-tipping from the River Cray in Orpington. Don waders and pull rubbish from the river or help out along the banks at this riverside greenspace.

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River Cleanup – Afternoon Session -Riverside Gardens – River Cray

August 21 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Riverside Gardens, High Street
St Mary Cray, BR5 3NH United Kingdom
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Free

Join us to remove plastic pollution, other litter and fly-tipping from the River Cray in Orpington. Don waders and pull rubbish from the river or help out along the banks at this riverside greenspace.

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September 2022

Rochester Esplanade Beach Cleanup – River Medway

September 1 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Free 27 spots left

Activity Description: Join Gloria, Hannah (SERT) and Belinda (MSEP) for a litter pick to remove plastic pollution and other litter from the Esplanade Beach in Rochester. We’ll then categorise our finds to help gather data on the main sources of plastic pollution in the Medway. This event is part of the Preventing Plastic Pollution project – preventingplasticpollution.com - you can find out more on the impact PPP volunteers have at data.preventingplasticpollution.com Times: 09:30 - meet up, event and H&S debrief, equipment…

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Family Friendly Guided River Walk – Crawley – Gatwick Stream

September 1 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Grattons Park, Car Park, St Mary's Drive
Crawley, West Sussex RH103BG United Kingdom
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Free 30 spots left
Children river dipping at Grattons Park, Crawley

Walk Description: Discover the wildlife that lives on the Gatwick Stream in Grattons Park, Crawley. This event is most appropriate for five to twelve year olds, who are encouraged to bring along older and younger siblings. The walk is less than a mile long across wide paths on fairly even ground (a mix of paved surface, grass and off-road track). There will be several stops to stand and look at the river and its features, take part in river dipping*…

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River restoration – Morden Hall Park – River Wandle

September 6 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road SM45JD United Kingdom + Google Map
Free
Berm at Morden Hall Park 2020

We'll be continuing our volunteer restoration work through Morden Hall Park to improve this section of the River Wandle for wildlife. Activities could include narrowing the channel by installing brash berms and creating flow diversity with large woody material.

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River restoration – Morden Hall Park – River Wandle

September 7 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road SM45JD United Kingdom + Google Map
Free
Morden Hall Park berm 2022

Activity Description: We'll be continuing our volunteer restoration work through Morden Hall Park to improve this section of the River Wandle for wildlife. Activities could include narrowing the channel by installing brash berms and creating flow diversity with large woody material. This is a fairly physical task that involves working in the river in waders. Read more about the project HERE. Meeting point: The start of the boardwalk leading to the wetland. Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Rd, Morden SM4…

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River restoration – Morden Hall Park – River Wandle

September 8 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road SM45JD United Kingdom + Google Map
Free

We'll be continuing our volunteer restoration work through Morden Hall Park to improve this section of the River Wandle for wildlife. Activities could include narrowing the channel by installing brash berms and creating flow diversity with large woody material. This is a fairly physical task that involves working in the river in waders.

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