PROJECT

Restoring the Emm Brook

A new and exciting partnership project to breathe life back into the Emm Brook with plans to restore 230 metres of the Brook as it flows through Riverside Park in Woosehill.

The project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund under its European Structural & Investment Fund and the Environment Agency.

 

  • Started in

    2020

  • metres of river will be restored

    230

  • children engaged with the river

    900

Want to find out more?

This is a live project, with work underway as we speak to make our vision a reality.

We aim to restore and reconnect 230 m of the historic Emm Brook channel as it flows through Riverside Park in Woosehill. This will create a free-flowing, natural channel that is a haven for aquatic wildlife and a wonderful asset to the local community.

Our work will also take action to improve the water quality of the Brook, engage communities with the river through a series of events, and run sessions with local schools.

To stay up to date with the project’s progress, please visit its dedicated webpage.

Find out more

Emm Brook before restoration © South East Rivers Trust

Thanks to our supporters

Environment Agency
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Friends of the Emm Brook
Wokingham Borough Council