Over the years Thames Rivers Trust has completed a wide range of projects on the Thames and its tributaries

From large projects such as the restoration of the Mayes Brook and adjoining park in the London Borough of Barking (excess £1million) to smaller community projects such as the restoration of water meadows next to the River Kennet at Cooper’s Meadow in the centre of Marlborough (£45k).

Most recently we led Thames Catchment Community Eels Project, an exciting partnership project (£250k).

The project had three main strands:
To identify barriers to eel migration
To increase scientific knowledge (eel trap monitoring)
To connect and re-connect communities with nature (in this case rivers and eels)

We have worked and continue to work with an equally wide range of partners, in both the private and public sector. As the hub for Rivers Trusts in the Thames Catchment, we work in partnership with our partner Trusts in a variety of ways.

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