Our Corporate Supporters

We at Ribble Rivers Trust are really appreciative of our Corporate Supporters, they help to deliver and raise awareness of our aim of conserving the Ribble Catchment and all of its tributaries for people and wildlife to enjoy.  If you would like to know more about why our Corporate Supporters help us, and what they have done, please click below!

If you would like to find out how to become a Corporate Supporter please see our giving page.

Fat Face – Clitheroe

The clothing store Fat Face began their ‘Thanks for Giving’ campaign at Christmas in 2015.  Rather than discounting their products ...
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Glasdon Uk Ltd, based in Lancashire proudly supports RRT. As a company based locally, and one that produces safety equipment ...
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Hanson Cement – Ribblesdale

As a riparian owner of the Ribble (and several of its tributaries), as well as a significant part of the ...
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Inn at Whitewell

We at The Inn At Whitewell are passionate about the landscape we sit in and paramount within that is the ...
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Lowe Maintenance

Lowe Maintenance based in the heart of the Ribble Catchment in Settle, are locally based company providing training to those ...
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The Spread Eagle

The Spread Eagle Inn at Sawley sits alongside the Ribble River, at surely one of the most picturesque spots in ...
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance- please read

Please note that, following Government guidelines and the fact UK Chief Medical Officers have now raised the Coronavirus (COVID-19) risk to the UK from moderate to high, Ribble Rivers Trust are taking precautions, and making changes to our day to day operations.

Some Ribble Rivers Trust staff are now working from home. If you wish to speak to a specific member of staff and you know their mobile phone number or email address please contact them in this way. Otherwise please contact us in the usual way.

Volunteer event cancellations

Dear volunteers,

It is with regret that we announce that we are postponing all volunteer activity with Ribble Rivers Trust. We know there are many benefits to volunteering, including the positive boost to mental and physical health, the chance to meet others and contribute positively to your local area. However, given the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and the most recent Government advice – asking everybody in the UK to stay at home and only go out for essentials such as food and medicine – we feel that continuing to include volunteers in the limited work we are able to do now would put people at unnecessary risk and be irresponsible. We all want to improve and protect our environment and rivers, but to do that we need to stay healthy and this must be our priority for the time being. We will continue to keep you up to date with the work we are able to do and will organise new volunteer days as soon as we possibly can. Please stay connected with us over the coming weeks and keep yourselves safe and well.

Refer to gov.uk/coronavirus for up to date information and guidance.

We will come through this and our environment and rivers will still need you, let’s make sure we’re all ready for it when the time comes.

Yours faithfully,

Jack Spees.