The River Cray is not for Scrap it’s our Nature!

Dear All

The River Cray is not for Scrap it’s our Nature!

The Task

It was wonderful to be joined by old faces (returning volunteers) when they and our regular team quite spectacularly removed the car parts from the river at Crayford last Friday, a huge well done to you all (Thanks to Ron for the images, these tell the story of the day).

Get it Out

It is very sad that some appear to be willing to dump these parts into our rivers. Our volunteers continue to give their time to clean the rivers with the message that this behaviour is not acceptable and more should be done to prevent it.

up on the bank and away

Tomorrow the Thursday 19th February 2015. Thames21 Thames River Watch ‘The Big Count Event. Meet outside Erith Yacht Club Manor Road, Erith DA8 2AJ: 0900 – 1300

Next Week There is only the one event on Friday 27th February 2015. Thames21 volunteers to assist Hall Place Gardens, Following on from our clearance of the River Cray at Hall Place last summer, we shall be working with the grounds team to enhance the raised river bank as a wildlife habitat. Meet at the Hall Place Gardens Car Park, Bourne Road, DA5 1PQ.  1030 – 1430, although I hope to meet some of you at the Big Count Conference on Monday evening.

The Veolia River Enhancement Project Foots Cray Meadows will not now take place on Tuesday 24th February but the project restarts on Thursday 5, Friday 6 Tuesday 24 and Wednesday 25 March, this will be followed by the planting or our marginal plugs dates to be confirmed


The job well done

Details on our the website


Looking forward to catching up soon

Michael Heath

Cray Project Officer

18 February 2015