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Tyne Rivers Trust is the only environmental charity looking after the River Tyne and its tributaries. The work that we do is not just for a better river, but a better region and a better life.

We work with volunteers to drive the ongoing regeneration of the River from the impacts of its industrial past . We do this through practical conservation work. The projects that we carry out have a profound effect on our wildlife, our personal health, our homes and land, leisure and tourism and our communities.

We want the Tyne catchment to be healthy, biodiverse, and an asset for present and future generations.

We can only achieve this by working with volunteers and securing funding for our projects. Your support enables us to continue improving the river to enhance our region and enrich lives, for now and the future.

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