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RECRUITING: Engagement Officer

The Trent Rivers Trust

is looking for a

Engagement Officer

You will be an environmentally minded ‘people person’ who is able to engage and enthuse a range of people to enjoy and look after their local brooks. You will be working in the headwaters of the rivers Amber and Erewash in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, bringing businesses, communities and organisations together to make these often neglected brooks cleaner, more enjoyable and better for wildlife.

Based in Ilkeston, Derbyshire. Half time, 18.75 hours per week

Starting salary between £22,704 to £25,543 pro rata depending on experience

You can view the Application Pack HERE

Applicants wishing to apply for the post must complete the application form HERE and forward this to rosie@trentriverstrust.org before the closing date

Closing date for applications: 9am, Monday 24th February 2020

CVs and other forms of application will not be accepted.

No agency applications, please.

If you have any questions about the role, please contact rosie@trentriverstrust.org

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River-Friendly Businesses honoured as scheme sparks growing environmental network

Local, regional, national and global firms have secured River-Friendly Business status through an initiative which is helping companies work together to tackle water pollution.

Trent Rivers Trust’s River-Friendly Business accreditation scheme is backed by the Environment Agency and Severn Trent and was launched in 2018. It awards businesses based within the Trent catchment Bronze, Silver and Gold status for helping to improve their local water environment. The overriding message is, “Only rain down the drain.”

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New funds to improve River Mease

The water quality and environment of the River Mease, described as one of the UK’s best examples of an unspoilt meandering lowland river, will be improved thanks to new funding secured by The Trent Rivers Trust.

The Trust, a charity which works with farmers, anglers, landowners, other partners and the general public to improve the environment in the catchment area of the Mease, has appointed Emma Smail as the new River Mease Project Manager.

Emma (pictured above) will work closely with farmers and others to deliver a wide range of environmental projects across the River Mease catchment.

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TRT Spring Newsletter 2019

Welcome to The Trent Rivers Trust (TRT) Spring Newsletter

TRT is taking action across the Trent catchment to make our rivers and streams a better place for wildlife to live and for people to enjoy.

Take a look to to find out what we have been up to in our SPRING NEWSLETTER

 

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Annual Review for 2018

The Trent Rivers Trust Annual Review is now available to download

TRT – Annual Review

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Streams of Wool – 2019

The River Starts Here! Your brooks are important tributaries of the rivers Amber, Erewash and Trent.

The Trent Rivers Trust is working with businesses, communities and organisations like the Environment Agency and local authorities. Together we are making your brooks cleaner, more enjoyable and better for wildlife.

Streams of Wool is part of ‘The River Starts Here!’

May 18th to June 2nd 2019

Woollen decorations on a water and wildlife theme will adorn the trees along footpaths by the brooks around Alfreton, Ripley, South Normanton, Huthwaite and Westhouses. A fortnight of beauty and fun with brook walks, river-dipping, fishing, butterfly walks, history etc.

Why not come and join us… anyone can: groups and individuals, young and old, businesses and schools. Make decorations, publicise Streams of Wool, put on an activity or display, keep an eye on Streams of Wool along your section of brook in case of vandalism, or just wander along!

Interested? Contact projects@trentriverstrust.org or ring 07827 667888

You can also Find us on facebook

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Lowdham NFM – tree planting

TRT has been involved in planting 1,700 trees as part of a Natural Flood Management (NFM) scheme in Lowdham

TRT’s role in delivering NFM has been recognised again. As part of the Government’s £15m funding for the development of NFM, 34 Community Scale projects were allocated funding to deliver and monitor the effectiveness of NFM with TRT working in the Lowdham catchment.

We are well into the delivery in multiple locations of a range of NFM features including leaky barriers, reconnected floodplain and creation of temporary water storage areas.  As part of the project we offered a volunteer day to the Environment Agency to plant trees which will improve ground infiltration and slow down overland flows of heavy rainwater. The day was covered by East Midlands Today, Radio Four, Radio Nottingham and the local press.

The local press who covered the story were West Bridgford Wire and Nottinghamshire Live 

 

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Flood Relief Scheme for Lowdham

As part of the Defra funded NFM Community projects, The Trent Rivers Trust (TRT) have been asked to introduce Natural Flood Management (NFM) works which will complement the Environment Agency flood relief scheme for Lowdham in Nottinghamshire.

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TRT Autumn Newsletter 2018

The Trent Rivers Trust (TRT) is taking action across the Trent catchment to make our rivers and streams a better place for wildlife to live and for people to enjoy.

Take a look to to find out what we have been up to in our AUTUMN NEWSLETTER

 

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TRT Summer Newsletter 2018

The Trent Rivers Trust (TRT) is taking action across the Trent catchment to make our rivers and streams a better place for wildlife to live and for people to enjoy.

Take a look here to to find out what we have been up to in our Summer newsletter

 

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