Restoring Enfield’s Rivers Event – Turkey Brook River Action Day, 17.06.2021
June 17 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
We are looking to give this wonderful stretch of river back to nature and wildlife. Join us at the Prince of Wales Wetlands.
The stretch of the Turkey Brook around Prince of Wales Wetland is very important for wildlife as it is connected to the Lea Valley and helps extend a strip of wild land that forms an excellent corridor for wildlife. Birds like egrets, kingfishers and herons fish in the shallow waters and waterfowl explore up the Turkey Brook from the River Lea. Insects born along the river provide food for dragonflies and other birds and muntjac deer prints can be found dotted on the muddy banks.
However, this stretch of the Turkey Brook is quite badly littered so Thames21 in Partnership with Enfield Council are looking to restore it back to its natural glory! Come and give nature a hand! We welcome anyone to come down and join in and no experience is necessary! We will provide all equipment include waders so you can gain a completely new perspective from IN THE RIVER! This is an excellent opportunity to give back to your local community and a good first step to protecting your local wildlife and green spaces. Hopefully see you there..
Date – 17th June 2021
Time – 11.00 am to 15.00 pm
Location – Meet at the entrance to the Prince of Wales Wetlands from Aldridge Avenue (for people who use the what3words app the code is risk.flies.precautions)
Toilets – None
Please also bring with you lunch and plenty of water. You can claim expenses for lunch and travel.
We look forward to meeting you and making a difference to your local river!
Everyone is welcome, but please register below.
To read more about the Restoring Enfield’s Rivers Project please visit our webpage at Restoring Enfield’s Rivers – Thames21.
If you have any questions about the event you can contact our team on firstname.lastname@example.org, or give us a call on 07597580014.