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1 LinkART – The Association of Rivers Trusts 411
2 LinkAction for the River Kennet 433
3 LinkBallinderry Fish Hatchery 410
4 LinkCalder & Colne Rivers Trust 422
5 LinkCarmarthenshire Rivers Trust 352
6 LinkEast Yorkshire Chalk Rivers Trust 474
7 LinkEden Rivers Trust 352
8 LinkLune Rivers Trust 448
9 LinkPembrokeshire Rivers Trust 404
10 LinkRibble Catchment Conservation Trust 356
11 LinkSevern Rivers Trust 462
12 LinkSlaney River Trust 694
13 LinkSouth Cumbria Rivers Trust 368
14 LinkSouth East Wales Rivers Trust 464
15 LinkTeifi Rivers Trust 424
16 LinkThames 21 351
17 LinkThames Explorer Trust 331
18 LinkThames Rivers Restoration Trust 374
19 LinkThe Clwyd & Conwy Trust 361
20 LinkThe Welsh River Dee Trust 354
21 LinkThe Wandle Trust 424
22 LinkThe Wear Rivers Trust 263
23 LinkThe Weardale Environmental Trust 341
24 LinkTrent Rivers Trust 275
25 LinkTweed Foundation 339
26 LinkTyne Rivers Trust 334
27 LinkWessex Salmon & Rivers Trust 311
28 LinkWestcountry Rivers Trust 968
29 LinkWye & Usk Foundation 269
30 LinkYorkshire Dales Rivers Trust 329
31 LinkOuse & Adur Rivers Trust 183

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1 LinkAnglian Water
Anglian Water is the principle supplier of water to households and businesses in the Welland Valley.
356
2 LinkThe Environment Agency
The Environment Agency main web site.
348
3 LinkAll About Abstraction (EA site)
The Environment Agency guide to water abstraction. Find out if you need a licence and how to apply for one.
475
4 LinkEA Current River Levels
This the page on the Environment Agency site which shows current river levels along the Welland.
413
5 LinkWaterscape
Waterscape.com is the British Waterways leisure website. It is packed with information about things to do and places to visit not only on and around the British Waterways network but on other rivers, canals, lakes and reservoirs.
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1 LinkRSPCA
The UK’s principle animal welfare and rescue organisation.
454
2 LinkRSPB
The UK bird welfare and nature conservation organisation.
414
3 LinkSouth Lincolnshire Fenlands
Willow Tree Fen is a new nature reserve purchased by the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust in 2009. Formerly arable land growing beans and cereals with a number of low depressions that become waterlogged in wet periods, the fen will be restored over the next few years to a typical wet fenland landscape. The nature reserve will include a mixture of reedbeds, shallow meres, seasonally flooded pastures and hay meadows, providing habitats for rare and threatened wetland species such as otter, water vole, hairy dragonfly, spined loach, redshank, snipe and marsh harrier.
367
4 LinkThe Angling Trust
The Angling Trust is the new, single organisation to represent all game, coarse and sea anglers and angling in England.
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1 LinkGuash Fishing Club 447
2 LinkStamford RiverCare Group
The Stamford RiverCare Group was set up in 2004 to care for the Stamford stretch of the Welland River.The Group aims to:
Raise the profile of the River Welland with respect to its natural value, cultural heritage and as a public amenity.
Encourage members of the public to appreciate the River Welland and surrounding floodplain in Stamford.
Support the maintenance and scientific study of the river and Meadows wherever possible.
Promote and practice sustainability at all times.
The Group is made up of local volunteers and would welcome new recruits and interest from other groups.
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1 LinkRiverCare
Sponsored by Anglian Water and the Keep Britain Tidy Campaign, RiverCare enables local volunteer groups to tackle litter, carry out species surveys and habitat improvements in a safe, appropriate and rewarding way.
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2 LinkLincolshire Wildlife Trust 378
3 LinkWikipedia Welland River page
This is a detailed encyclopedia entry in Wikipedia, which contains an interesting ‘strip map’ of the Welland, showing all of its tributaries, bridges, mills and weirs in a ‘London Tube Map’ format
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