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The River Forth Fisheries Trust are delivering the RiverLife:Almond & Avon project from 2016-2020 to improve rivers for communities and wildlife.

Costing £6.7million, the project is funded by Scottish Government, Heritage Lottery Fund, SEPA Water Environment Fund and West Lothian & City of Edinburgh Councils.

Have a look around to find out what’s happening!

As part of this project we are keen to build up a picture of how people engage with their local river and what their perceptions are of it. To do this we have created a short, online survey which we hope you can spare a few minutes to complete.

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Forthcoming events

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Capital Works

  • The fish pass at Kirton weir is officially open

    Work to improve fish passage at Kirkton weir by installing a new larinier fish pass is complete. the new fish pass was officially opened on 9th January. For more information visit the Kirkton weir Project page.

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  • Completion of fish pass at Fair-a-far weir

    Work to replace the old fish pass at Fair-a-far weir (or Cramond Falls) in Cramond is complete. An opening ceremony was held at the weir on 21st April (World Fish Migration Day). For more information go to Fair-a-far Project page.

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