2019 Catchment Delivery Events - Previous Events

Training RRC Community Engagement > Integrated Catchment Delivery Events 2019 > Previous Events (2019)

 

September 2019      
When? Where? What? Theme Information

Wednesday
11th September

9:30 - 16:30

Scarcroft Village Hall, Wetherby Road, Scarcroft, LS14 3AS Understanding and sustaining benefits from natural flood management. Collingham visit and workshop Farming, land and natural flood management

Booking

Invite

Monday 9th September

National NFM surgery webinar - Construction techniques and learning from the NERC NFM Programme Farming, land and natural flood management

Designing, constructing and evidencing NFM slides

LANDWISE Project slides

 

July 2019        
When? Where? What? Theme Information

Wednesday July 17th

  NFM surgery webinar

Farming, land and natural flood management

Slides

Thursday
July 11th,
10:00-16:00

Woodhall Estate, Shoot Hall. Woodhall Park, Watton At Stone,
SG14 3NF

River Beane,
Lea catchment visit - Restoring rivers, soils and groundwater
Rejuvenating landscapes, rivers and wildlife

Invite - Output PDF

Woodhall river restoration and soils, Affinity Water

Lea Catchment Partnership vision, Wildlife Trust

Towards re-introducing water voles, River Beane Restoration Association

Saturday
July 6th,
10:00-15:00

Lower Marsh Lane, Surrey, KT1 3BW Hogsmill Thames Water and partners open day Rejuvenating landscapes, rivers and wildlife

Postcard Invite

Invite

Thursday
July 4th,
14:30-19:30

Cecelia Hall Puttenham, HP23 4PR Nature and nurture in the Thames catchment, Long Marston Farming, land and natural flood management

Invite - Output Slides

Severn & Wye community NFM Delivery Slides

Wednesday
July 3rd,
10:00-15:30

Milton-under-Wychwood Village
Hall, Shipton Road,
OX7 6JW

Evenlode Catchment Partnership Natural Flood Management visit

Farming, land and natural flood management

Invite

Littlestock Brook NFM Slides

NFM Tool Slides

Tuesday
July 2nd,
10:00-14:30

River Coln,
Coln Rogers, GL54 3LB

Restoring the Coln - practical work with the Gloucester Wildlife Trust and Upper Thames Catchment Partnership

Farming, land and natural flood management

Rejuvenating landscapes, rivers and wildlife

Practical events connecting people and environments

Invite

1st - 11th July 2019

London London Climate Action Week

Farming, land and natural flood management

Output report

EA Woody debris quick guide

Woody debris guide case studies

Improving the River Blackwater

How the Loddon catchment floods

 

June 2019      
When? Where? What? Theme Information

Wednesday June
19th, 10:00 - 17:30

WWF, the Living Planet Centre, Rufford House, Brewery Road, Woking, GU12 4LL Catchment-based Approach National Conference    

Thursday June 13th, 10:00 - 16:00

Coleshill Town Council, Town Hall, High Street, Coleshill, Warwickshire, B46 3BG Creating an attachment to your catchment - visit on agriculture, Natural Flood Management and good practice Farming, land and natural flood management

Invite

Tuesday June 11th. 10:00 - 16:00

The Core,
Bath Lane,
Newcastle upon Tyne,
NE4 5TF
Green Fund Fair  

 

Monday June 3rd, 13:00-17:00

Roadford Lake,
Broadwoodwidger,
PL16 0RL
Devon Soils Alliance workshop  

 

 

April 2019      
When? Where? What? Theme Information

Tuesday April 2nd

Lynn Road, Hillington, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 6BJ

Norfolk Integrated Constructed Wetlands - How can we scale up and maximise opportunities?

Farming, land and​ natural flood management

Meeting Pack

Outputs

 

March 2019      
When? Where? What? Theme Information

Thursday March 21st, 9:00-16:00

Life Sciences Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4EP

The Water Hub: RIPPLE 2019 - Space for networking between technology, Government and end users

People, partnerships and systems governance  

Saturday March 16th

Pangbourne Village Hall, Pangbourne, RG8 7AN

Flooding in the Pang Valley: Past, Present and Future

Farming, land and Natural Flood Management Invite

Thursday March 7th

Thursday March 14th

Birmingham

London

A systems approach to finding common ground: The environment, partnerships and governance - identifying shared priorities for action informing local and national approaches

People, partnerships and systems governance

Output

Meeting pack

Invite

Friday 8th March - Sunday 10th March

  Visit tree planting with Treesponsibility   Website

Monday March 4th

Southern RIvers Trust Youth Conference

People, partnerships and systems governance

 

 

February 2019      
When? Where? What? Theme Information

Tuesday February 19th

School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol, University Road, Bristol, BS8 1SS Bristol Avon Rivers Trust - AGOL for schools training course Innovation data and evidence, appraising and evaluating

Details

Agenda

Monday February 18th

 

CaBA annual events and urban workshops - a story of three catchment based approach annual events and two urban workshops

People, partnerships & systems governance Output

Friday February 15th

Durham Sustainable Urban Water Management Workshop Inclusive sustainable growth

Invite

Thursday February 14th

Durham CaBA Annual  

Invite

Wednesday February 13th  

Building capacity for community groups, local authorities and catchment partnerships to do successful natural flood management

Farming, land and Natural Flood Management

Output

Wednesday February 6th, 19:30

Kings College, Strand Campus

'Back from Blackwater to Brazil' Applying UK lessons from restoring the River Blackwater with natural processes to Brazil

  Invite
Monday February 4th, 10:00-15:15 Solihull, West Midlands CaBA Annual Conference People, partnerships & systems governance

Agenda

Saturday February 2nd, 9:45-12:30 Meet @ The Cunning Man, Burghfield, RG30 3RD Visit to Fobney Island Wetland Nature Reserve Rejuvenating landscapes, rivers and wildlife

Invite

 

January 2019      
When? Where? What? Theme Information

Monday January 28th 2019, 10:00-15:15

Mary Sumner House, 24 Tufton Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3RB CaBA Workshop   Agenda

Thursday January 17th 2019, 10:00-16:00

Kettering Conference Centre, Thurston Dr, Ketting, NN15 6PB Urban Water Management Workshop Inclusive sustainable growth Agenda

Monday January 14th 2019

North West NERC Q-NFM, Landwise and Newcastle Farming, land and Natural Flood Management  

Wednesday January 9th 2019, 10:00-13:00

Calman learning Centre, Durham University Developing a collaboration and crowdfunding platform for the environment sector - roundtable discussion Integrating programmes mobilising money Agenda

 

November 2018    
When? Where? What? Theme

Thursday November 1st 2018

North East Using natural language to improve third cycle RBMPs Webinar People, partnerships
and systems governance