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Welcome to the Revive the Wye Website. The River Wye is special for many reasons that are briefly described on this website. It is one of only a few rare chalk stream habitats in the South Buckinghamshire Chilterns. For many centuries the Wye has also been the main natural artery through Wycombe District and High Wycombe town,

A small team of university students developing a monitoring tool for rivers & lakes. . The aim of the project is to monitor the quality of the Colne with a hope that this will help restoration efforts and change attitudes, raising the quality of water to a higher standard and in accordance with the WFD, preventing loss of species and other long term damages.

Welcome to the website of the Lea Catchment Partnerships – bringing together people and projects for the benefit of the River Lea and its tributaries. The River Lea and its tributaries - the Mimram, Beane, Ash, Rib, Quin and Stort - drain over 1000 km2 of south-east England. These rivers include rare and precious chalk streams, canals and navigations, and urban watercourses.

The Living Wandle Landscape Partnership Scheme is delivering a series of improvement projects along the river, aimed to help preserve its special heritage and reconnect local communities to it. The natural signature of the Wandle and the Wandle Landscape is unique in London.

"The Thames Estuary Partnership is a charity which brings Thames Estuary stakeholders together to work towards the best social, economic and environmental outcomes for the Thames. Our network runs from Teddington in west London to the North Sea.We are based in University College London."

The Chiswick Pier Trust runs the Chiswick Pier, managing both the residential and visitor mooring facilities and hiring out the hall and conference room. "We support major river events, organise talks about the Thames, and run cruises, while the RNLI, Chiswick Pier Canoe Club, Chiswick Sea Cadets and Thames Explorer Trust are all stationed at the Pier."

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The organisation, previously called the Friends of the Quaggy, was formed in 1990 in response to a proposed flood alleviation scheme which would have destroyed the remaining natural sections of the River Quaggy. Due to the intervention of QWAG, that proposal has now been replaced with a flood alleviation scheme that will increase and improve the Quaggy's more natural sections.

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The Thames River Basin Management Plan is about the pressures facing the water environment in this river basin district, and the actions that will address them. It has been prepared in consultation with a wide range of organisations and individuals and is the first of a series of six-year planning cycles. The Thames River Basin Management Plan, annexes and supporting information, can be downloaded from this link.

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