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  • Lancashire Telegraph

    AN extra 9,000 newly-planted trees will help to improve the quality of a number of East Lancashire’s waterways this summer. Continue Reading...

  • GPS WORLD

    The Ribble River flowing through Preston in Lancashire, United Kingdom, has hidden depths. “The challenge with rivers is that much of the beauty and interest is hidden from view beneath the surface,” said Jack Spees, CEO of the Ribble Rivers Trust. Continue Reading...

  • Environmental Technology

    Flood and pollution prevention specialists, Detectronic (UK), are supporting the Ribble Rivers Trust by providing monitoring equipment for its ‘Ribble Life Together’ Heritage Lottery Funded project. The project aims to achieve a healthier water environment for the benefit of everyone within the Ribble Catchment by improving its natural heritage and is being delivered in partnership with other organisations operating within the catchment. Continue Reading...

  • Lancashire Telegraph

    AN army of volunteers worked to protect a Ribble Valley river from future erosion after nearby fencing collapsed. More than 60 people from United Utilities and the Ribble Rivers Trust helped to restore a stretch of Bashall Brook which runs into the River Ribble near Edisford Bridge in Clitheroe. Continue Reading...

  • Clitheroe Advertiser

    Pupils at Whalley Church of England Primary School are sharpening their pencils and flexing their creative writing muscles in preparation for a special assignment exploring what happened to cause last winter’s floods and how their school and community were affected. Continue Reading...