What a happy bunch of liitterpickers! We had a tremendous turn out on the 29 January at the Melton Riverside Litter Pick and thank you so much to all of you who came out. We were over 30 in number and had a great couple of hours of clearing the riverside environs.
Please join us for the half term session on 14th February, meeting at Felixstowe Ferry Sailing Club at 10.30. Continue reading →
The RDA is running the first of three litter picks on Sunday, 29 January, as part of the Plastic Prevention Project being led by the Essex and Suffolk Rivers Trust (ESRT). Continue reading →
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“Carbon Capture” reproduced by kind permission of James Ferguson at the Financial Times
COP 27 and beyond.
What can we do to help reach Net Zero?
A talk about Climate Change by Lord Deben
Thursday December 8th 7pm, Seckford Theatre, Woodbridge
(doors open 6 pm)
Change of speaker – Councillor Richard Rout has kindly stepped in at the last moment to give a talk instead of Lord Deben.
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Previous minutes can be found here.
The East Suffolk Rivers area of 1,364 km2 encompasses the valleys, waterbodies, tributaries and estuaries of the Rivers Gipping (Orwell), Deben, Alde and Ore, Thorpeness Hundred, Yox, Blyth and Lothingland Hundred.
This area is mostly rural with significant urban areas at Felixstowe, Ipswich, Woodbridge, Wickham Market, Stowmarket, Saxmundham, Halesworth, Southwold and Kessingland.
Agriculture is the predominant land use (root veg and pig farming in the east and arable). Other pockets of land-based industry exist, including food processing, milling, malting and the manufacture of farm machinery and fertilisers.
The attached report by the Essex and Suffolk Rivers Trust looks at the current state of these Suffolks Rivers.
Members are welcome to come to the AGM (in person for the first time in 3 years!) at the Woodbridge Community Hall, 6.30 pm
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