Ealing Community Network is a network of community and voluntary groups across the Borough of Ealing.
The Canal and River Trust (CRT) used to be British Waterways. The latter was changed from a government agency to an independent trust (and its funding greatly cut.) CRT has responsibility for the River Brent and the Grand Union Canal, …
Ealing councils wants to give away Warren Farm.This campaign was set up to save Warren Farm for the people of Ealing.
Ealing Friends of the Earth (EFOE) is the local group of the large and respected national environmental campaiging group Friends of the Earth. Wildlife, habitats and biodiversity are a vital part of the environment so campaigns on these are an …
The Environment Agency (EA) is a UK government agency concerned mainly with rivers, flooding, and pollution. It therefore has an important role in the River Brent and the Grand Union Canal that is entwined with it.
Hanwell Community Forum is a network of residents’ and other groups in Hanwell. The forum and its constituent groups greatly appreciate the Brent River Park and cooperate with the BRCS to protect it.
Although most of their work is in the borough of Richmond, the Trust’s activities extend to the Brent River Park. See their website for more information.
John Wells is an excellent local naturalist, whose “nature walks” in Ealing and beyond attract popular support. For details of his programme, contact John at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thames Rivers Trust’s web site says “We are a registered environmental charity dedicated to improving the River Thames UK and its tributaries to benefit people, wildlife and water quality. We work with a wide range of partners including government agencies, …
Thames21 is a voice for London’s waterways and works with communities to improve rivers and canals for people and wildlife. It mobilises over 12000 volunteer days every year to clean and green the capital’s 400 mile network of waterways. Web site.