• KWVR at Haworth

  • Rodley Nature Reserve Fish Pass

    Rodley Nature Reserve Fish Pass

  • Green Ripples

  • Castleford Millenium Bridge

  • River Aire at Ferrybridge

  • Malham Cove

  • Saltaire

Category Archives: Fish Passes

Your views are needed for DNAire

Our DNAire project is moving forward apace and we are starting to collect some data about community perceptions of this river. The results of this survey will support our Stage 2 Application and guide exactly what we deliver to people and communities as part of the deliver phase.

You can help by taking just a few minutes to complete this simple survey. Enter your email at the end of you want to be in with a chance of winning a free meal for 2 (see bottom for rules).

Complete the survey here

Please feel free to circulate this link widely – the more responses we get, the stronger our case will be.

 

 

The rules for our prize draw are:

  • All persons completing our survey and leaving their email address will be automatically entered into the draw
  • The draw will take place on 30th November.
  • The prize is a voucher for a meal for two at The Boathouse, Saltaire.
  • There is no cash alternative.
  • The Aire Rivers Trust reserves the right to amend this to an equivalent meal at a venue on the River Aire.

2017 – An important year for River Aire fish passage

  2017 – An important year for River Aire fish passage Work has been going on for a number of years to improve fish passage for migratory fish in the Aire below Leeds. This work has provided fish passes at Castleford, Lemonroyd, Fleet, Rothwell Country Park and Thwaite Mills. Fish passes are required on a… Continue Reading

Chapel Haddlesey update

Work on the weir at Chapel Haddlesey continues apace with some serious excavations adjacent to the weir. At the bottom of this post is an update from UK Hydro, the company which is building the hydro and fish pass on Chapel Haddlesey (CH) Weir. The weir is the bottom weir on the River Aire and… Continue Reading

Improving Eastburn Beck

The first stages of the project work to improve the river and riparian habitats along Eastburn Beck at Lyndhurst Wood, Glusburn (reported here in February) began on Wednesday 10th August. The Wild Trout Trust and the Environment Agency will be notching six of the low weirs by cutting narrow sections out of each weir crest.… Continue Reading

DNAire bid submitted

Last week, the Environment Agency submitted our DNAire bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund. This is a very important step in our desire to restore salmon to the river and re-engage the community through a £4 million river-wide project. The bid summary states: ‘Developing the Natural Aire’ is for 570,000 people in the project area.… Continue Reading

Hirst Weir – partnership funding for fish pass

[mp_row] [mp_span col=”12″] We are delighted to announce success in being awarded £20,000 towards constructing a fish pass at the same time as Bradford Amateur Rowing Club are repairing Hirst Weir. The five-way partnership between The Aire Rivers Trust, Bradford Amateur Rowing Club, Green Port Hull, the Environment Agency and Buntons Plant Hire shows the… Continue Reading