Over the last few months we’ve been appealing to the angling community to try and gather together more equipment for our angling coaching, and we are delighted to announce it has been a great success. Thanks to generous contributions we now have a range of equipment including rods, nets, reels, feeders, floats, and much more! Ribble Trust recently introduced angling into the schools packages to educate young people about the benefits of rivers and teach
We are recruiting!
Ribble Rivers Trust are looking to recruit a Woodland Creation Officer.
Completed applications should be returned to firstname.lastname@example.org before the closing date of Friday 21st June.
For more conservation jobs see environmentjob.co.uk
The Ribble Rivers Trust’s (RRT) ‘Primrose Lodge Blue and Greenway Project’ which is receiving £500,768 from the Ministry for Housing Communities and Local Government, through the European Regional Development Fund, is now near to commencing work on the site. Over recent months a key step forward for the project was the establishment of a new Trust who will own and maintain the site into the future –
When I first arrived I knew nothing! Or at least I felt like I didn’t. It was something completely new to me and I wasn’t sure if I would make the grade. However, that soon became irrelevant and unimportant. Changing careers can be a daunting prospect as you can never be totally sure whether it’s something you’ll be good at or even like. I somehow knew though that my decision to change from working in
The Tidal Ribble area is a unique landscape characterised by large spreads of urban areas and agricultural land, both of which have significant impacts on the quality of water in our rivers and streams, as well as at the coast. The project looks at working with farmers and communities to try to reduce the amount of pollution entering our watercourses, with work carried out in partnership with United
UPDATED Our first project to restore Blackburn’s rivers is now complete. Bypass channels, or fish passes, have been constructed alongside two large weirs near Hoghton Bottoms and Lower Darwen, these channels will allow fish such as trout, salmon, and eels to migrate further upstream into river habitat that has been inaccessible for decades. The weirs were originally built in order to harness
Ribble Life Together is the ambitious flagship project of the Ribble Catchment Partnership, which is made up of environmental organisations, businesses, local authorities and interest groups, all with a vested interest in improving the catchment’s water environment for the benefit of people and wildlife. After a two-year development phase, Ribble Life Together was awarded £1.6 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund to enable its
We have had two new short films produced by Northern Heart Films as part of our Ribble Life Together project. The first short film looks at the work we are doing with farmers in the Ribble Catchment, and how it not only benefits our environment, but also the farmers who care for it. The second looks takes a light hearted look at how important it is to educate the ne
Monday 4th February to Friday 15th February 2019: Work experience
By Henry, St. Christopher’s CE High School
When I arrived, I was met by Ellie, who showed me around and introduced me to all the welcoming staff at the Ribble Rivers Trust. Firstly, I found out what everyone’s roles were, before learning in more detail what the Trust does and what I would be doing during the next fortnight, including tree planting which I
UPDATE: Our Christmas tree collection scheme has been a huge success this year with hundreds of Christmas trees collected. These trees will be used in our brash bundling work, where they will provide support and stability to eroding river banks, helping us to limit river erosion and build river banks back up.
We’d like to say a massive thank you to the Green Jersey, the landowners who let us