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  • Charlotte Ireland
    Ribble Rivers Trust are proud to announce that No.1 Fairham Gin have joined forces with the Trust as part of a new partnership. Ribble Trust Woodland Officer Kristina shows Ellis and Liam of No. 1 Fairham Gin how their support will benefit Lancashire’s woodlands. Penwortham based No.1 Fairham Gin have already made a splash in the gin industry with Liam Read More
  • Charlotte Ireland
    Two Ribble Valley schools are taking part in specially designed ‘Introduction to Fishing’ sessions with the Ribble Rivers Trust. St Mary’s, Chipping and Brennand’s Endowed, Slaidburn will take part in the sessions, which begin on Bashall Brook, near Waddington, before moving on to fish the Rivers Hodder and Ribble. Planned and part funded by the Hodder Consultative, an organisation made Read More
  • Charlotte Ireland
    Four schools from Burnley are to take part in Himalayan balsam pulling sessions in and around Towneley Park this summer. This is just one of many activities that the local schools have undertaken in the Park as part of Ribble Rivers Trust’s long-term initiative to engage with local children and encourage them, and their families, to respect and look after Read More
  • Charlotte Ireland
    Our planets oceans currently cover around 70% of the Earth’s surface, contain 97% of the Earth’s water, and support over 230,000+ known species. Today is World Oceans Day, and as we know all our rivers eventually make their way to the sea, but do you know just how heavily linked they are? Did you know, for example, that outdoor drains Read More
  • Charlotte Ireland
    Did you know that invasive non native species cost the UK economy around £1.8 billion a year? There are around 2,000 non-native plants and animals that have been introduced to the UK by human activities, and whilst not all of these are harmful, approximately 10-15% become invasive. These plants and animals negatively impact our economy, and even human health. However, Read More