Projects

The Corn Mill

  Spittal Brook (Western Cleddau catchment)   In partnership with the landowner, The Countryside Council For Wales and Environment Agency Wales, we are constructing a small fish passage at the junction of Spittal Brook and the Corn Mill leet. We are also narrowing...

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Shoals Hook Farm

  Cartlett Brook (Western Cleddau catchment)   In conjunction with the landowner, The Countryside Council For Wales and Environment Agency Wales, we are in the process of installing approx 650m of new fencing, 2 access gates and a drinking bay at Shoals Hook farm. The...

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Llangwarren Habitat Improvement

  In 2008 the Habitat Challenge Fund was created by the Environment Agency Wales (EAW) to help Rivers Trusts to deliver local riparian habitat restoration projects. The fund was an opportunity for the Rivers Trusts to gain experience in River habitat restoration...

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Project Implementation In Ireland

  Below we describe actions that we will take in South East Ireland to meet each of the six Joint Project objectives and to achieve their key outcome Milestones. Many of the actions will be carried out in collaboration with our partners in Wales, partly because we...

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Project Implementation In Wales

  Here we describe the actions that we will take in West Wales to meet each of the six Joint Project objectives.   1. Develop Community Capacity via the Rivers Trust Network, by: a) Developing Pembrokeshire Rivers Trust as a sustainable charity funded by an...

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Celtic Rivers Trust Project Partners – Wales

  University of Wales Aberystwyth (UWA) is a teaching organisation, and the Centre for Health and Environment Research Expertise (CHERE) is a department of UWA aiming to contribute to Sustainable Development through the provision of expert services and advice to...

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Celtic Rivers Trust Partnership

  This joint Irish / Welsh project, promotes sustainable development of the cross-border region through an integrated approach to economic social and environmental development. The project is supported by the European Union's INTERREG IIIA programme via the Welsh...

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The Cleddau Trail Map

The Pembrokeshire Rivers Trust Cleddau Trail takes you on two 'Source to Sea' river journeys. Follow the Western Cleddau Trail to discover unspoilt natural habitats, home to migratory salmon and sewin, kingfishers and other wildlife. The Eastern Cleddau Trail follows the flow of Pembrokeshire's rainwater as it becomes drinking water.

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