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  • Craven Herald & Pioneer

    River Ribble at Settle clean-up this weekend as part of Earth Day celebrations

    PEOPLE are being invited to take part in a clean up of the River Ribble near Settle on Sunday (April 22) as part of Earth Day celebrations. Earth Day is the world's largest environmental movement which every year is marked by a variety of events.

  • Lancashire Post

    River Ribble clean up operation comes to Penwortham

    Environmentalists and council officials are set to take part in a clean up operation along the banks of the River Ribble this weekend.

  • Lancashire Telegraph

    Lancashire’s 11th wettest summer spurs meeting of local farmers

    FARMERS have voiced concerns about the weather after records show Lancashire has experienced the 11th wettest summer since records began. A number of farmers from the Ribble Valley said the wet weather has created many problems.

  • Ribble FM

    Farming & Countryside Matters

    Sarah Bolton from Ribble Rivers Trust offers advice and guidance for local farmers and how to access grant funding.

  • Pendle Today

    Ribble Rivers Trust’s new walk route

    The Ribble Rivers Trust are leading a free circular walk around Burnley’s rivers - the Calder and the Brun - to celebrate the newly-created river walk route.

  • That's Lancashire TV

    Hyndburn Brook improvements set to bring salmon to Accrington

    An exciting river improvement scheme on the River Hyndburn between Clayton-Le-Moors and Great Harwood will help migrating salmon, trout and eels bypass a historic weir.

  • Lancashire Telegraph

    Project hopes to return salmon to Hyndburn Brook

    SALMON could be returning to Hyndburn Brook thanks to a new £128,000 river improvement scheme. The improvements between Clayton-le-Moors and Great Harwood will help migrating salmon, trout and eels bypass a historic weir.

  • That's Lancashire TV

    Protecting the Future of Lancashire’s Rivers

    That's Lancashire Headline News. Tune in everyday on Freeview Channel 7. Local TV for Lancashire.

  • Clitheroe Advertiser & Times

    Ribble Rivers Trust secures £1.6m grant

    A local rivers charity has secured £1.6 million to raise awareness of the plight of our rivers and restore them for the benefit of our wildlife and communities. The Ribble Rivers Trust landed the funds - which were granted from the National Lottery players through the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) - and has been shaping their £3.2 million partnership project, which will now be delivered until 2020.

  • Lancashire Post

    Huge plans for River Ribble as trust celebrate £3.2m cash injection

    A cash injection of £3.2m is set to be pumped into improvements to the River Ribble after two years of development work. The money will go towards improving and maintaining the river as part of a “flagship project” for the Ribble Catchment Partnership over the next three years.

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