Sunday 14th April, 10.30 – 12.30pm Sopwell Nunnery Green, St Albans AL1 Come and help tidy up this area along the River Ver! Friends, neighbours and supporters of Plastic Free
Improving our management of water in the environment. About a quarter of our globally rare chalk streams suffer from over abstraction according to EA figures obtained by WWF in 2016.
Sunday 17th March, 9.30 – 11.00am Verulamium Park, St Albans AL3 4HE If you’re not sure of the difference between a pied wagtail and a grey wagtail and need some
Tuesday 26th February 2019, 7.30pm Centenary Suite, Redbourn Village Hall, AL3 7LW Come to our next Open Meeting for up-to-date news on the River Ver followed by local naturalist John
Make a date to join up with our Action Group in early 2019. We’ll be out on the River Ver each month improving the river habitat and the bankside environment.
Come and join our monthly work party on the River Ver on Saturday 15th December 10am-12noon. This month we’ll be working just outside St Albans at Redbourn where the river
At the AGM on 23rd October Jane Gardiner stood down as chairman after 5 years and John Pritchard was elected as our new chairman. Jane was thanked for her contribution
A large colour, hardback book on our local chalk stream – The River Ver, A Meander through Time by Jacqui Banfield-Taylor. Dedicated to her late father, Ted Banfield, a founder
Every 5 years Affinity Water has to produce a Water Resources Management Plan. Their latest draft for 2020-2025 was released for public consultation in March with the deadline for responses
The Ver Valley Society is delighted with the ambitious proposals announced in March to improve 2.8 km of the Ver – one of the globally rare chalk streams – from