Your Local River – Show up and Share Your Views!
Groundwork North East, Tees Rivers Trust and Environment Agency are working together to create the Tees Catchment Plan. This plan will look at how rivers and becks accutane https://knowledgewebcasts.com/online-accutane-clean-face/ are managed and how together we can improve our rivers for people and wildlife.
We want to know what you think about your local rivers and becks and how you use them. We want your memories of a particular stretch of river; what you enjoy and what improvements you’d like to see.
We’re planning on running a number of fun, informative events to get your thoughts which may help us form aspects of the plan. There will be the chance to win
The events in your area will start at 6.30pm until 8.30pm at the following locations:
- Yarm Youth and Community Centre, TS15 9BQ – Thursday 28th March 2013
- Ingleby Barwick Community Centre, TS17 0YL – Monday 8th April 2013
- River Tees Watersports Centre, TS18 2NL – Tuesday 9th April 2013
- Elm Tree Community Centre, TS19 0UW – Wednesday 13th March 2013
- Teesmouth Field Centre, TS25 2BZ – Tuesday 16th April 2013
- Unicorn Centre, TS8 9LX – Wednesday 3rd April 2013
- Grove Hill Community Centre, TS4 2RP – Monday 15th April 2013
- Charlbury Road Community Centre, TS3 8NH – Wednesday 20th March 2013
- Grangetown Neighbourhood Centre, TS6 7BS – Wednesday 17th April 2013
- Greatham Community Centre, TS25 2ES – Monday 18th March 2013
To book a place on an event, please contact Elizabeth Donkin on 01642 815663
Or visit the Tees Catchment plan website a: http://tinyurl.com/TeesCatchmentPlan