River Wardens are volunteers who keep a regular eye out on particular stretches of waterway. They notice changes and spot issues. A reporting and support system allows any issues found by them to be dealt with promptly by the relevant people.
Anyone who already or would like to regularly walk a section of watercourse can be a River Warden.
Training is given on health and safety, what to look out for and how to report issues. Any resources required will be supplied by us.
At least four visits a year are requested but more frequent visits would be very welcomed, or less frequent where several wardens cover the same area.
If you are interested in the condition of your local stream or river and would like to help maintain or improve it then please get in touch.
The password protected River Wardens pages can be accessed here: River Wardens.