South East Rivers Trust

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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…


Our very own Toby and Nick are taking part in the London to Brighton Cycle Ride this September to raise money for our local rivers. The route is pretty famous, starting in Clapham Common (London) and travelling 54 miles to Read more…


You have the chance to have your say in how your local river is managed in the future.  The Environment Agency has published draft River Basin Management Plans for every river in the UK and they want to hear your opinion! Read more…


The invasive quagga mussel (Dreissena bugensis) has been found in the Thames Catchment on the River Colne! What is the quagga mussel? The quagga mussel is an invasive freshwater filter-feeder with an extremely large capacity to filter water and the Read more…