Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Project – Green Recovery Community Fund Events

21 December 2021

Over £200,000 has been secured by Lincolnshire County Council, Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Trust and the Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Project from the Government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund.

The fund is being delivered by The National Lottery Heritage Fund in partnership with Natural England and the Environment Agency and will enable the Lincolnshire Chalk Streams team to install nature-based solutions in the River Rase catchment and deliver a number of community-based events.

The first event will be a guided walk on Saturday 5th February, starting at 10am at the Festival Hall in Market Rasen the 4-mile walk will be led by Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Project Monitoring Officer Will Bartle with help from Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Trust trustee Sarah Baker. The walk will take in some of the beautiful countryside around Market Rasen with stops along the way to talk about what makes the River Rase chalk stream so incredibly special.

A further 5 events are in the planning stages for next year in Market Rasen. For further information please keep an eye on the Events page on the Lincolnshire Chalk Streams website or contact the Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Project directly on the details below:


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