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June 10 2021

NEWS: Rivers Trust Publishes 2020 Annual Review


Even in one of the most turbulent years we've ever known, the Rivers Trust movement has achieved some truly incredible things and its Annual Review for 2020 is now available to download. 

April 23 2014

New Sign at Rockingham Planting Site


A sign has been installed at the most recent Boughton Estate planting site alongside the public footpath with a beautiful view of the planting area behind it. The sign provides an outline of the planting and acknowledges and thanks the numerous parties and volunteers involved.
January 01 2014

Beer Competition Update


Outlets have now been confirmed that will be stocking the new beer "Off the Hook" from week beginning 8th January 2014.
December 05 2013

Name Your Drink with RNRP


Are you a budding designer, or ever stood in a pub or beer festival and thought you could think of a great and inventive name for an ale! Or perhaps you are all about supporting local businesses, communities, the countryside and making a difference?
December 05 2013

Name Your Drink with RNRP


The winner has now been announced of River Nene Regional Park CIC, in partnership with Nobby's brewery's competition to both name and design a label for a new, locally produced beer.
October 30 2013

River Nene Catchment Management Plan Survey


RNRP is now consulting widely on the draft plan, including organising an online survey. In particular we are looking for projects, either planned or potential to be included.
September 07 2013

New Interpretation Panels Installed


New interpretation panels and signage have been designed and installed around the area for visitors to enjoy their visit and understand the issues that there are for this site.

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March 18 2020

RNRP COVID-19 UPDATE

Due to the unfolding and rapidly changing coronavirus pandemic, we have changed our plans for at least the next 8 weeks. 

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