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What We Do

Tyne Rivers Trust is the only independent environmental charity dedicated to improving the Tyne catchment and overseeing the ongoing regeneration of the River from the impacts of its industrial past . We do this through practical conservation work, empowering communities and through education.

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. We need people to support us and get involved.

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Tyne Rivers Trust

Today we joined Land of Oak & Iron by the River Derwent to clear areas ready for the planting of hard wood natives to increase filtration and reduce flooding! #volunteering ... See MoreSee Less

Today we joined Land of Oak & Iron by the River Derwent to clear areas ready for the planting of hard wood natives to increase filtration and reduce flooding! #volunteeringImage attachmentImage attachment

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Tyne Rivers Trust

Our 2019 calendar is on sale from our website!12 fantastic images taken by peopl who live and work in the #Tyne catchment-here's a couple of highlights. Kindly sponsored by EGGER_UK so all money goes towards our projects to improve the #river: ow.ly/lK3330mc5nN Ian Murray ... See MoreSee Less

Our 2019 calendar is on sale from our website!12 fantastic images taken by peopl who live and work in the #Tyne catchment-heres a couple of highlights. Kindly sponsored by EGGER_UK so all money goes towards our projects to improve the #river: http://ow.ly/lK3330mc5nN Ian MurrayImage attachmentImage attachment
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Our 2019 calendar is on sale from our website!12 fantastic images taken by peopl who live and work in the #Tyne cat… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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Thanks to @EnvAgencyYNE for moving #fish ready for work on #ShotleyGrove #Fishpass. Amazing diversity and number of… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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Our #green engineering has done a great job restoring the riverbank at #Fourstones damaged by #stormdesmond. Grass… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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We're joining with #SurfersAgainstSewage to host an #autumn beach and river clean up at #Monkton Burn on Thurs 25th… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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Today our #volunteers continued our work at Blaydon Burn! Clearing the path and creating habitat piles! pic.twitter.com/x1fzMM2Hfq

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