Press Releases

  • The Ribble Rivers Trust has secured £1.6 million from National Lottery players, granted through the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), to deliver projects that raise awareness of the plight of our rivers and enable people to get involved in restoring them for the benefit of our wildlife and communities. July 7, 2017The Trust has been working closely with its catchment partners for the last two years to shape the £3.2 million project, which will now be Continue Reading...

  • Between November 2016 and March 2017 over 9,000 trees have been planted at four sites in the Ribble Catchment to help improve water quality, as part of the European Life Integrated Project, Natural Course. Continue Reading...

  • Preston teens are cleaning up a local patch for school fish February 20, 2017If you go down to Eaves Brook today… you may be mistaken for thinking that the Wombles have moved into town. It’s all thanks to an army of eco-friendly staff and students from a Preston high school. They have been diligently doing litter picks in areas around their local brook. You might wonder what motivates these green youngsters to do such a Continue Reading...

  • Local river conservation charity Ribble Rivers Trust has benefitted from a share of Fat Face’s Black Friday profits through the clothing retailer’s ‘Thanks for Giving’ initiative. Continue Reading...

  • 9,000 trees will be planted this winter in North West England to help improve water quality as part of the European Life Integrated Project, Natural Course. Continue Reading...