NEW BOOK with PROFITS to OART

NEW BOOK with PROFITS to OART

OART’s chairman Hew Prendergast has published a new book on the Ouse and Uck – scarcely flattering names for the two fine rivers of central Sussex! Over the centuries we have, for the sake of power, transport, and water, banked, blocked, straightened and...
AGM invitation

AGM invitation

All members are invited to attend our Annual General Meeting (AGM) which takes place on Wednesday 24 April at 19:00. Since we met last year OART has been busier and grown more than ever before.  Lots has happened and we have lots to celebrate as you’ll hear...

Pollution kills fish on Honeybridge Stream

A major pollution alert has been sounded after large numbers of fish were found dead at the Honeybridge Stream, a tributary of the River Adur, at Ashington. Among fish killed are trout, sea trout, gudgeon, dace, roach and bream. Environment Agency staff are currently...
OART receive EPIC grant

OART receive EPIC grant

OART are celebrating! It is now official that we have received a £871,400 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to restore the Broadwater Brook back to being an open channel. Working with the Sompting Estate Trust and with further financial support from the Environment...

Pollution hotline

Southern Water are working reduce water pollution in local rivers and streams and rely on members of the public to report incidents. If you see an overflowing manhole or any form of pollution in Southern Water’s area please call their waste water hotline on: 0330 303...


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