Thames 21 writes.... London Rivers Week Do you cherish rivers and enjoy exploring them? Do you love the wildlife that roams our countryside? Do you want to learn about what’s being done to protect London’s life-giving rivers and how you can help? Then join us for the third annual London Rivers Week, running from Saturday … Continue reading London Rivers Week – Saturday June 23 to Sunday July 1
For tickets, please contact Rosie Whicheloe
If you love your waterways, want to learn more about them and help make them better, we can help! Thames21 offers a range of FREE training sessions to anyone who is keen to get involved with activities in and around their local waterways. Check out these opportunities. Leading a Waterway Clean UP Imagine leading your own group of volunteers in a … Continue reading Free Training With Thames21
London Borough of Lewisham runs a number of river related volunteering opportunities. We are keen to get people involved in their local rivers and help us maintain them through bankside management and litter picks. We tend to work in 4 parks; Brookmill Park, Chinbrook Meadows, Cornmill Gardens and Ladywell Fields. Our new programme of events … Continue reading Volunteer in Lewisham’s Rivers
As part of this years 3RiversCleanUp London Bubble will be telling stories in the river. Hear about the Ladywell Naiad and other tales based on the species and creatures of Lewisham. Why not take part by taking a 'species selfie' using the #riversandpeople and #whatlivesinlewisham and post them on Twitter or Instgram.
The next Rivers and People walk will take place on Sunday 24 August at 2.00 pm. The walk goes from Catford Bridge station to Ladywell Station via Ladywell Fields and will look at the naturalised sections of the Ravensbourne river and other aspects of this green space, once part of the Kent countryside. We will … Continue reading RaP Walk Sunday 24th August
Big Waterways Clean Up 2012 is a London 2012 inspired, partnership campaign run by Thames 21 to improve the East London’s waterways by July 2012. We want to connect East Londoners to their rivers and canals as safe and fun places for people and wildlife well into the future. Thames 21 want to connect East Londoners to … Continue reading Big Waterways Clean Up 2012 – Thames 21
Join Thames21 in their weekly riverwork days on the River Pool. Please see the poster below or get in contact with Vic RichardsonJoin in the fun with Thames21!
Waterscape, the British Waterways leisure website is asking people to record their sightings. Between now and September, they would like you to tell them about the wildlife you've seen on your local canal, river, dock or reservoir. Each sighting recorded helps British Waterways' ecologists to monitor, protect and preserve the amazing biodiversity found on our waterways. More … Continue reading Get involved in the British Waterways wildlife survey