Volunteers Help Cool The River

Tim Kershaw recently used his Waterman Aspen in the Community Day to volunteer with the River Tweed Commission, Tweed Foundation. He spent the day planting an impressive 250 trees along the river banks and burns which provide shade and create a cooling effect over the watercourse. Great work Tim!

He said 'It was great to get the opportunity from Waterman Aspen to be able to give my time to a local cause that I have a genuine interest in."

If you would like to use your 'Community Day' to help the work of the Tweed Foundation please get in touch. 
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Support the conservation and education work of the Tweed Foundation

Photographs and Stories

We love to hear from you! Please keep sending in your fishing stories to Anne Woodcock using your preferred method of contact below.
Communications and Fundraising Officer

Anne Woodcock

EMAIL: anne@tweedfoundation.org.uk

PHONE: 01896 800725 Mobile: 07540 834852

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Become a Friend of the River Tweed 

Support the Tweed Foundation's vital work in conserving and enhancing the Tweed River's fish stocks while also contributing to our educational initiative, Go Wild For Fish, which offers curriculum-aligned lessons and activities to schools throughout the Tweed catchment area, aiming to inspire young people about the river and its diverse organisms. Join us and become a Friend of the Tweed. 

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