The River Cray Project Supports Thames River Watch.
Last week’ event at Erith in support of the Thames River Watch ‘Big Count’ was a great success for the Cray Project. Thanks to all who attended and also the team from the Erith Depot of Select Plant Hire.
The Thames Estuary at Crayford Ness is a good example showing us some of the rubbish still getting into the Thames. With these clean up events we make a difference on this site of the Saltings and Ancient Forest here on Bexley’s section of the Thames and also reinforce the message of Thames21’s Thames River Watch
For more information on the Thames River watch visit http://www.thames21.org.uk/projects/thames-river-watch/
This 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, Places are limited so do let me know if you wish to attend.
I will be publishing the programme for next Month later this week.