The Land Yeo Friends meet the first Thursday of every other month at the Clevedon Curzon, Oak Room Bar at 7.30pm
NEXT BIMONTHLY MEETINGS
7:30pm Thurs, 5th December 2019
7:30pm Thurs, 6th February 2020
People are keen to help with litter picking, however we are always looking for support for administration and management of the group. Not so glamorous, but it keeps the organisation alive. Feel free to come to a meeting if you are interested.
Two Rivers Walk is open, a pdf of the brochure is below. Small waymarking signs have been erected around the whole route on lampposts, gates etc.
The Two River Walk (interactive map link provides information about particular points around the walk. The pdf above provides a more reliable diagram of the actual route).
Nice blog describing the walk with pictures:
The Land Yeo Friends wishes to thank the following for donations which have assisted us in our mission to look after the river: (in alphabetic order)
Avon Wildlife Trust for funding for brochures for the LYF and for the Two Rivers Walk
Clevedon Town Council: provision of small grant funding which has enabled us to replace our broken power washer (vital for clean up after river clearance work) and to pay for trailer and boat insurance
Environment Agency; provision of a variety of equipment to support river clearance such as gloves, waders and rubbish bags.
Individual donations from the public.
Monmouthshire Building Society: provision of funding for three Buoyancy aids to provide safe working from the boat during river clearance.
North Somerset Council: for erection of new gates and stiles purchased by the Land Yeo Friends and assistance in completion of the Two Rivers Walk
Surfers against Sewage who allow us to work under the umbrella of their public indemnity insurance policy. They have also supplied us with a variety of litter picking equipment and a first aid kit
The Land Yeo Friends are the main reason that the river has been given a new lease of life.
Should you wish to help please use the contact details on the right hand side of this page
Donations are always welcomed from people interested in helping with our continuing
work – which entails a great deal more than removing rubbish from the river!