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...
Invitation to AGM

Invitation to AGM

OART MEMBERS AGM 25th April starting at 7pm. We warmly invite all our members to take part in our AGM. This year our guest speaker is Kathy Hughes, WWF Freshwater Specialist for Global Rivers. OART’s Trustees and Committee look forward to meeting you.
Mapping Flooding in Hassocks

Mapping Flooding in Hassocks

OART is working with Hassocks Amenity Association and Hassocks, Keymer Ditching Transition to investigate and promote measures to mitigate against flooding in Hassocks. On Saturday April 1st 2017 Hassocks residents are being invited to share their experiences at a...
Serious Pollution

Serious Pollution

Early on the 30th November, there was a serious pollution incident on the Plumpton Mill Stream caused by a massive ingress of slurry from Plumpton College. Large numbers of dead fish, including wild brown and sea trout about to spawn, have been found in both the...


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