Brent River Park

sun rays in brent river park

Brent River Park

It’s your park. Join us to protect it.

Join us to protect and enhance the Brent River Park – for the environment, for wildlife and for future generations.

Enjoy the open space of the Brent River Park, a string of beautiful, wildlife-rich green spaces connected by the River Brent in Ealing, West London.

Our charity, the Brent River & Canal Society (BRCS), campaigned to create the Brent River Park in the 1970s. 50 years later we are still campaigning and giving a voice to nature on our doorstep. The Brent River Park has areas under threat today from encroachment, fly-tipping, water pollution and inappropriate development. Together we need to protect our park, now more than ever, due to the catastrophic loss of UK biodiversity and the climate emergency.

Get involved in our current initiatives, such as:

  • Monitoring Water Pollution in the River Brent and opposing the dumping of sewage with Clean Up the River Brent (CURB)
  • Saving Ealing’s only Skylarks and rare plants by gaining statutory Local Nature Reserve protection at Warren Farm Nature Reserve
  • Ensuring the Gurnell Leisure Centre redevelopment does not encroach on our Brent floodplain and is fit for purpose

and more…

Help us stand up for the Brent River Park
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