RRC Members Site Visits

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The River Restoration Centre (RRC) has a long history of running friendly and informative site visits to really good examples of restoration best practice and innovation. Site visits are free to members. If space is available non-members are also welcome to attend at a small cost (usually approx. £30).

If you want to find out more about our site visits contact us.

 

Previous Site Visits - 2019
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New Forest Wetland Project Tichborne Restoration Project  

Winner of the 2019 UK River Prize

16th October 2019

New Forest

Flyer - RiverWiki

Project video

Photos & blog coming soon

30th July 2019

Tichborne, near
Winchester, Hampshire

Flyer - RiverWiki

Photos - Blog

 
2019 UK River Prize Finalist: River Otter Beaver Trial 2019 UK River Prize Finalist: Love Your River Telford  

11th July 2019

Budleigh Salterton, Devon

Flyer - RiverWiki

Photos - Blog

Lower Otter Restoration Project

22nd May 2019

Shropshire

Flyer - RiverWiki

Photos - Blog

 
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Guided site visits
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The RRC can offer guided tours to a number of restoration sites, either as part of your membership package, or at an additional cost. During these the Centre staff will explain the techniques used on site and demonstrate lessons that can be learnt.
  • River Cole, Coleshill, near Swindon.  1995 river restoration project and the associated development of this rural site thereafter.
  • River Brent, Tokyngton Park, Wembley.  2002 restoration project in a London urban park setting.
  • River Skerne, Haughton-le-Skerne, Darlington.  1995 river restoration project and the associated development of this semi urban site.
  • River Quaggy, Chinbrook Meadows (2002)/ Sutcliffe Park (2004), Lewisham.  Restoration of a tributary of the Ravensbourne through two London parks.
If you are interested in attending a site visit to a particular type of catchment or restoration site please contact us.
 
This visit was to the Carshalton arm of the River Wandle which has in the past been overwide, impounded and contaminated. It is now in much better condition thanks to this project.