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Our rehabilitation work on the River Wandle’s Carshalton Arm has won the Urban Category of the 2016 UK River Prize. By opening up fish passage, enhancing river habitat, addressing urban diffuse pollution and reintroducing brown trout, we have attained ‘Good Ecological Potential’ for the Carshalton Arm and re-established trout for the first time in over 80 years!
We attended the Awards Ceremony in Blackpool this week at the River Restoration Centre‘s Annual Conference to collect our award and showcase our project to the wider river community.
We wouldn’t have been able to achieve this without all the people and organisations who helped us along way.
This entry was posted in News & Events, The Wandle Trust and tagged Awards, Community, Fish passage, River Prize, River restoration, South East Rivers Trust, Urban, Wandle on April 28, 2016 by Polly. To apply, please send email a CV (2 pages max) and a covering letter (2 pages max) focusing on your relevant experience, knowledge and skills, before 5pm on Monday 6th April. This entry was posted in Jobs, Schools and Education, The Wandle Trust and tagged Education, HLF, Jobs, living wandle landscape partnership, Wandle on March 6, 2015 by Bella. We have had a busy start to 2015 – maybe it is time for you to catch up with what we have been up to?
River Restoration ~ Luke has been busy transforming the Ravensbury Park Back Channel on the River Wandle for both the local community and wildlife. Pollution Control ~ Olly has been working hard trialling new methods to mitigate against urban diffuse pollution.
Looking Forward ~ We’ve got restoration projects this year on the Hogsmill and Beverley Brook so keep your eyes peeled for more updates! This entry was posted in News & Events, The Wandle Trust and tagged Community, diffuse pollution, Environment Agency, Fish passage, Hogsmill, mycofilters, River restoration, South East Rivers Trust, Volunteering, Wandle, Water Quality on February 13, 2015 by Polly. The Wandle Trust (part of the South East Rivers Trust) is recruiting a part-time Invasive Non-Native Species (INNS) Officer to help coordinate and deliver work to tackle aquatic INNS on the River Wandle. INNS can have a negative impact on rivers by both directly out-competing native species and indirectly altering habitats, for example by causing the excessive ingress of silt which can smother the natural gravel riverbed. The post is supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund and is part of the Living Wandle Landscape Partnership, a programme which involves the local community in the restoration and enhancement of the River Wandle landscape. The Project Officer will be responsible for the day-to-day implementation of the River Wandle Invasive Non-Native Species Action Plan and Work Programme.  The role will involve both coordinating the work of a range of partners and contributing to the delivery of the INNS Work Programme. This entry was posted in News & Events, The Team, The Wandle Trust and tagged INNS, invasive species, Jobs, living wandle landscape partnership, South East Rivers Trust, Staff, Wandle on December 19, 2014 by Polly. In a highly developed landscape such as Greater London, urban ponds can provide an important haven for wildlife and therefore it is important to keep the waters happy and healthy. Unfortunately over time urban ponds tend to fill up with sediment washed from the surrounding area such as leaf litter and bird droppings. The Wandle Trust are trialling Siltex in Carshalton Ponds as a potential solution to the surplus of silt. Siltex is a natural chalk-like substance which helps to increase the speed of silt breakdown by stimulating natural processes.
We will of course keep you updated with our news – so keep your eyes out for more Siltex blogs. This entry was posted in River Restoration, The Wandle Trust and tagged diffuse pollution, Environment Agency, River restoration, siltex, South East Rivers Trust, Volunteering, Wandle, Water Quality on December 8, 2014 by Olly. Over the last 2 years, the Wandle Trust has been intensifying efforts to tackle the considerable problem of pollution in the river.
For example, contaminants such as particles from car exhaust, the loss of engine oil and other contaminants from the roads can all be washed into the river from no one “point” source. Although changes to the law and car technology may help one day in the future, we need to start acting now.


In the current phase of our Pollution Busting Project, four measures are being installed and trialled to determine their effectiveness in reducing the contamination coming into the River Wandle. This entry was posted in River Restoration, The Wandle Trust and tagged diffuse pollution, downstream defenders, Environment Agency, mycofilters, Pollution, River restoration, siltex, smart sponges, South East Rivers Trust, Volunteering, Volunteers, Wandle, Water Quality on December 8, 2014 by Olly. Our work on the River Wandle continues with a habitat and fish passage project on the Ravensbury Park by-pass channel. This entry was posted in River Restoration, The Wandle Trust and tagged Fish passage, habitat, Ravensbury Park back channel, River restoration, South East Rivers Trust, Wandle on October 29, 2014 by Luke. Working in partnership with Earthwatch, the South East Rivers Trust were proud to host two river walks along the Wandle as part of the H2O Development Programme.
The H2O Development Programme is a unique opportunity for participants to learn about environmental issues, spend time outdoors working with scientists and community members, and explore what sustainability means to organisations – and to them. Bella and I gave our banking guests a tour of the River Wandle from Carshalton Ponds to our river restoration works on Butterhill, sharing the journey of our Trust from its volunteer beginnings to its current expansion into the South East Rivers Trust. On both walks, we also stopped to take water samples from the Wandle, comparing the water quality at the groundwater source (Carshalton Ponds) with water further downstream.
This entry was posted in News & Events, The Wandle Trust and tagged Community, Earthwatch, Media, Partnerships, River restoration, South East Rivers Trust, Wandle, Water Quality on October 3, 2014 by Polly. We are delighted to have them on board and that they’re so enthusiastic – within half an hour of arriving at the Trust, they were already getting stuck in planting up our river restoration on the River Wandle! This entry was posted in News & Events, The Team, The Wandle Trust and tagged River restoration, Staff, Team, Volunteering, Volunteers, Wandle, Water Quality on September 10, 2014 by Bella.
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The design, build finance and maintain (DBFM) projects, with a combined value of ?57m, will attract revenue support from the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) as part of the Scottish Government’s ‘Scotland’s Schools for the Future’ Phase 3 programme.
Marr College in Troon will undergo a comprehensive refurbishment, modernisation and expansion programme. All works to Marr College will be carried out while the school remains operational and work is due to start in the third quarter of next year. Kier is also due to begin work on the site of the new Ayr Academy in the third quarter of next year. Councillor Robin Reid, portfolio holder for resources and performance at South Ayrshire Council said: “It’s a very exciting time and, subject to planning approval being granted later this year, work can go ahead to create two fantastic new schools, delivering a top-class, teaching and learning experience for the 21st century and beyond.
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To express our gratitude, we created this short film about the journey this project has taken us on. We have trialled Siltex in Carshalton Ponds and installed Mycofilters at problematic outfalls. The effects of Siltex will then be monitored closely over the next few months by our staff to determine the effectiveness of the measure and its effects on water quality.
Often contamination can be tackled by our partners in the Environment Agency, tracking down pollution to the source. It has been calculated that this would equate to 261,635 gallons of oils dripping onto roads every year! It has been the Wandle Trust’s mission to find out how the contaminated waters from the surface water drains can be cleaned up before entering our river. This work will address habitat deficiencies, stream form and fish passage around the tilting weir which is a significant barrier to upstream fish movement. During the programme, participants become citizen scientists and take an active role in scientific data gathering by joining the global FreshWater Watch community working together to promote freshwater sustainability. Should have experience with large complexes such as hotels, theme parks, convention centre, shopping centres. This position requires a professionally trained chef with experience in training and teaching students. The group has opened five Radisson Blu hotels in the first six months of 2016 and signed four new hotels including the first Quorvus Collection in Africa.
The original listed Grade B building will be refurbished and a brand new wing will be built over three storeys, connecting it to the rear of the original building over all floors. The school currently has a roll of 1,033 pupils and following completion in summer 2018, its capacity will increase to 1,360 pupils.
The secondary school, which is currently located in the town’s Fort Street, will relocate to the new Craigie Estate when the new build is complete in spring 2017.
We will be working closely with the local council and hub South West Scotland to construct state-of-the-art education, teaching and sporting facilities, which will not only greatly enhance the lives of the students, but will also benefit everyone within the area by encouraging greater access to education, sports and community amenities.
We are very proud to be associated with these significant projects in South Ayrshire and the benefits that they will provide for students in the area. This is vitally important because water quality is a major determinant of what wildlife can live in the rivers, how beautiful the rivers are, and how much the community value their local water landscapes.
The successful candidate would have at least 2 years experience in large scale events and functions in a hotel or casino environment. A single-storey sports facility will also be built, which will be easily accessible for both pupils and the wider community out of school hours.
The new school, with integrated sports block, will initially cater for 1,000 pupils, with the potential to increase that number to 1,300 following completion of housing developments within the catchment area, effectively doubling the current roll of 617. These high densities of geese and ducks can be a particular problem with their droppings increasing the organic content of the ponds, resulting in algae blooms and a deterioration in the water quality. We have a great new restaurant opening that is looking for real professionals at this level too. A» has been established for over 20 years and specialises in recruitment of professionals for the hospitality industry. The College sits at the centre of the community and prides itself on offering an exceptional experience to its students.



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