"A Clear Future for our River"

Bristol Avon Rivers Trust

3 Bakers Ground,
Stoke Gifford,
Bristol
BS34 8GD

info@bristolavonriverstrust.org

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Bristol Avon Rivers Trust

Bristol Avon Rivers Trust is a community led organisation which aims to deliver education, land and river management advice and practical river restoration work in the Bristol Avon catchment. Through promoting an ecosystem-based approach, we aim to re-connect communities to their rivers and help river users and lovers better appreciate and improve their local rivers and streams

Latest News…..

BART goes floral

BART goes floral

Wildflower meadow planting Meadows and grasslands were once an intrinsic part of British agriculture, bursting with colour and the hum of insects, but it has now been estimated that these

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Bristol Local Nature Reserve event dates out

Bristol Local Nature Reserve event dates out

A programme of free autumn walks and other events to celebrate Bristol’s LNRs is now finalised and is attached here. We will be at Manor Woods exploring the Malago on Sunday 18th October, 10am

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The Drought Risk and You (DRY) Project – Volunteering opportunities and questionnaire

The Drought Risk and You (DRY) Project – Volunteering opportunities and questionnaire

The DRY Project takes a pioneering approach to better understand drought by bringing together a unique blend of science and stories in drought risk decision-making across seven river catchments in

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Our rivers in history… The RiTCH Project

Our rivers in history… The RiTCH Project

  River Trym Communities and Heritage (RiTCH) Project BART have come to the end of our Heritage Lottery funded RiTCH Project on the Trym through Blaise Castle, which aimed to highlight the

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