• 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: News

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.

River Aire Cleanup 15 April 2018

Join Wild Society and Leeds and District Amalgamated Society of Anglers as we team up to remove trash from the River Aire. The Aire Rivers Trust is delighted to see the cleanup of the Aire spreading even further afield and to support this new venture. This is a Land and Banks cleanup event: we’re looking… Continue Reading

Higher charges for environmental work?

The Environment Agency recently published a consultation on future charges for many of the topics they regulate. Whilst many of the proposals are uncontentious, some threaten to seriously undermine the good work of Trusts, anglers and may others who do small or medium scale environmental works. In particular, some of the charges for small in-stream… Continue Reading

Tree works on rivers

Tree works on rivers

Earlier this year many of us expressed serious concern about the way in which the Environment Agency were undertaking tree clearance/improvement work on the Upper Aire. No need to repeat the details of the saga here because the important point is that the EA have learned from what they acknowledge was a pretty dire performance.… Continue Reading

Walks around Bradford’s Becks

Friends of Bradford’s Becks have just published a (FREE!) guide to a series of walks around Bradford’s Becks. The booklet contains detailed guides to several walks around the area as well as background information on the becks, the wildlife to be found, the history of the beck and how to keep our watercourses clean. You… Continue Reading

Catchment Improvement Lead – an opportunity

The Aire and Calder Catchment Partnership, which is hosted by The Aire Rivers Trust, is  advertising a role to help lead the Partnership to the next stage of our development. With funding from Defra we are now looking to issue a contract for someone to lead the initial stages of delivering our Actionable Plan and… Continue Reading

Walking in the Aire

A new walking guide to the Aire has been published. Written by Lee Senior from East Morton, the small book details 14 walks, all in Airedale. More details of the book and walks, and of how to buy a copy, are available either in Lee’s blog or there is a short article in The Craven… Continue Reading

Upper Aire Project – another award!

The team running the Upper Aire Project have picked up yet another award for this great scheme. Here is what the Environment Agency, who have devoted considerable funding to the scheme,  had to say upon hearing the announcement: A pioneering scheme that is leading the way in improving some of Yorkshire’s best countryside has won… Continue Reading