In July 2009 the River Crouch was polluted in the area of Memorial Park Wickford. This was found by Peter Steward who contacted Roy Hart. An enormous amount of fish and other species were killed.
Subsequently they discovered flytipped rubbish and organised a
The River Crouch Conservation Trust was formed in July 2009.
The remit of the organization is to clean up the river of rubbish and to bring the river back to a quality which will benefit all forms of wildlife, from water voles, fish to invertebrates and for the pleasure of the general public.
The next Work party will be on Spring 2017.
Here are some of the team of volunteers that took part in our work party on Sunday 23rd October 2016,
having a well earned break, refreshments supplied by Roy Hart.
The river is looking very good and on the day a two Kingfishers, Moorhens, Mallards and shoals of fish were seen.
If you would like to come and help please
From time to time letters are written regarding the River & Trust.
© 2016 River Crouch Conservation Trust