South East Rivers Trust (& the Wandle Trust)

Tag: fish habitat


A river runs through the restored channel at Acacia Hall/Central Park, Dartford. The Central Park/ Acacia Hall River Restoration Project took a massive step forward at the end of March.  On the Thursday 25th of March 2021, after months of Read more…


To a casual observer the River Loddon at Charvil Meadows may feel like a wild and diverse part of the river. In this part of the Loddon large woody material can be found in abundance. Stands of trees line the Read more…


Since we removed three redundant weirs from a 1.5 km stretch of the Lesser Teise in 2016, the river has been doing a great job at repairing itself and turning back into a functioning system. With water levels upstream of Read more…


In October 2016, a collaborative project between the South East Rivers Trust, Kent High Weald Partnership and the Environment Agency successfully removed three redundant weirs from a 1.5 km stretch of the Lesser Teise. The objectives of the project were Read more…