"A Clear Future for our River"

Bristol Avon Rivers Trust,

36-38 Cross Hayes,
Malmesbury,
Wiltshire,
SN16 9BG

info@bristolavonriverstrust.org

 

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BART is a non-profit organisation and all of our work requires funding. If you would like to help us to improve our rivers then please click on the link below:

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Bristol Avon Rivers Trust

 

Bristol Avon Rivers Trust (BART) is a community led organisation which delivers 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 them to better appreciate and improve their local rivers and streams for the benefit of people and wildlife.

 

Latest News…..

River Marden 2018 fisheries improvements

River Marden 2018 fisheries improvements

Project background In 2017, Bristol Avon Rivers Trust (BART) applied to the Environment Agency’s 'Fisheries Improvement Fund' following a walkover survey of the entire length of the river

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New BART/University research students

New BART/University research students

BART are pleased to welcome our newest University research students this month from the University of Bristol who will be continuing our water quality monitoring along tributaries of the Bristol

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Can you help us to improve the River Marden in Calne, Wiltshire?

Can you help us to improve the River Marden in Calne, Wiltshire?

We are looking for volunteers to take part in a river restoration project which is taking place from 26th February - 2nd March and on the 5th and 7th March 2018. Work days will be from 10am - 3.30pm

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Rod licence funds – Environment Agency reports

Rod licence funds – Environment Agency reports

The Environment Agency has today released the annual fisheries report detailing how rod licence income was distributed by the agency and its partners to protect and enhance angling and fisheries.

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