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A new Chalk Aquifer Alliance has been formed to bring together all those working to protect chalk streams and their aquifers across England.

Anyone with an interest in chalk rivers is invited to subscribe (for free) to receive regular updates, hear about events and get their latest news updates direct to your inbox. See chalkaquiferalliance.wordpress.com for more details.

The River Beane is an internationally rare chalk stream habitat which has undergone decades of degradation due to historic weirs which have caused slow flows, sedimentation and blockages to fish passage.

Work begins on the Houghton Brook Flood Storage Area this week, beginning with some tree felling and site clearance. 

Luton Lea Upper Lea Middle Lea Mimram Lower Lea Ash Rib and Quin Beane London Lea Stort

Roll over the map to highlight a river catchment, click to view information for that river and view the projects and their progress.

Riverfly button

A fantastic citizen science scheme helping local volunteers monitor the water quality of their local river

Design by LTD Design Consultants and build by Garganey Consulting.