In this last Newsletter issue you can read about the River Wensum - winner of the inaugural England River Prize - and the Thames and Ganges River Twinning Programme formed after the Thames was awarded the Thiess international RiverPrize. It also features two interesting river restoration project articles about the Dorset Wild Rivers and the Lower Raypits in Essex. Last but not least, WTT's Andy Thomas provides an insightful review of the 2014 RRC conference.

Newsletter issue 43 included feature articles on Yorkshire Water’s Rodley weir by-pass channel; the 2013 winner of the Wild Trout Trust/Thames Water conservation award; the updated Manual of River Restoration Techniques and a review on the presentations, activities and events held at ECRR’s 5th European River Restoration Conference.

In this issue you will find a witty review of our 14th Annual Network Conference by Allan Frake; three exciting and inspiring river restoration success stories from around the UK; an update on the Catchment Restoration Fund scheme; and an informative article on the outcomes of JBA's River Restoration Workshop.
Restoration in a Special Area of Conservation: Rottal Burn, LIFE+ Project: Pearls in Peril, The winners of the 2012 WTT/Orvis Awards, A new assessment methodology: Fish Passage at Riverine Structures
Implementing a catchment based approach through the Catchment Restoration Fund, Payments for Ecosystem Services in south west England, update on RESTORE LIFE+ project progress and the 2012 RRC annual network conference.
Spotlight on the work of community groups, river trusts, voluntary groups and partnership working.
Re-wilding British Rivers, climate change and the impact on rivers and approaching sediment-affected streams.
WTT Conservation Awards 2010, Flood Risk Management and working with natural processes, river restoration in Costa Rica and short-term indicators of rehabilitation success
The Kennet at Avington restoration, details on the Riverfly Partnership and an insight from an attendee at the 2010 RRC Network Conference from Nottingham.
River and floodplain restoration in the New Forest, the launch of the new CIRIA culvert design and operation guide, details on the SEPA restoration fund and how to manage water level control structures.