Thames 21 clean up 5 February 2012

Join Thames 21 for a clean up along the River Pool in Lewisham.  They will be meeting on the bridge at the end of Winsford Road, SE6.  For more information, please contact Vic Richardson.  For more events on the Rivew Pool, please see our earlier post or check out the Rivers and People page on the … Continue reading Thames 21 clean up 5 February 2012

Big Waterways Clean Up 2012 – Thames 21

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

Ladywell Fields River Clean Up

Join Thames 21 and the Friends of Ladywell Fields for a river clean up on Sunday 30 Oct 10am-1pm.  They will be meeting at the cafe in the north field.  Gloves and waders will be provided.  Please arrive prompty so as not to miss the important safety talk. Children are welcome if accompanied by an … Continue reading Ladywell Fields River Clean Up

Tuesday 31st of August, 6pm-7pm, Discover Lewisham’s Waterways Wade with Thames21

Join Thames 21 with Chris McGaw and Matthew Blumler as we launch the Waterway Treasure Hunt in Lewisham. Get into the river for this wade to explore the wealth of wildlife one of the Thames’ urban tributaries can hold. You’ll be able to celebrate all that you find on the new online map. This engaging … Continue reading Tuesday 31st of August, 6pm-7pm, Discover Lewisham’s Waterways Wade with Thames21

The 3 Rivers Clean Up

In June 2010 Lewisham Council along with London Borough of Bromley, the London Borough of Greenwich and another of other local groups spent 10 days clearing 3 of Lewisham's Rivers (Ravensbourne, Pool and Quaggy) of the invasive species Himalayan Balsam. Thanks to Thames 21, FSC, Glendale, Quaggy Waterways Action Group and many others for all their … Continue reading The 3 Rivers Clean Up