The Wear Rivers Trust are proud and excited to be associated with Lambton Primary School football team and will continue to work to get our children involved in looking after the river and the wider environment. Lambton Primary is a stones throw from the River Wear at Fatfield in Washington, so the kids all know the river well and are keen to make sure we all look after it! Many thanks to WRT Trustee Dan Britton who funded the strips for both the boys and girls teams
Howay the Lads & Lasses!
Wear Rivers Trust are pleased to be partnering with Northumbrian Water to tackle the source of Giant Hogweed in the Wear catchment on Old Durham Beck, as well as other INNS found throughout the wider catchment. Read more about these projects in the press release, produced by Northumbrian Water, below:
The City of Durham Trust have issued an informative flyer alongside their March bulletin which features a call for volunteers in support of the Invasive Non-Native Species (INNS) Durham Peninsula Project and the wider Durham City Riverscapes Community of which this project is a part. WRT is grateful to have the City of Durham Trust’s support for the INNS Durham Peninsula Project.
If you would like to be involved in either project, please let us know by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.
For additional information on this event please see the flyer below.
“The City of Durham Trust’s recent bulletin included a very informative article on the invasive non-native species (INNS) found in the city and the INNS Durham Peninsula Project. Wear Rivers Trust is pleased to be working with the Trust and to have their invaluable support on this project.
To read more about the project and other interesting information relating to the area, please have a look through the bulletin below.”
River water levels via Farson Digital