Clun Catchment Partnership

The Clun Catchment Partnership was formed in February 2012, and aims to bring together relevant partners to work together for the sustainable natural, cultural and economic future of the whole River Clun catchment in Shropshire and Herefordshire. The Clun Catchment Partnership arises from project work led by the Shropshire Hills AONB Partnership and from the definition of the Clun Catchment as a Priority Area for Action in the Shropshire Biodiversity Plan.

The group meets three or four times a year, and is supported by the Shropshire Hills AONB Partnership. For further information contact Phil Holden, email phil.holden@shropshire.gov.uk

Click below to see minutes and papers relating to meetings of the Partnership :

Click here to see the Clun Catchment Partnership’s response to Water for life and livelihoods: Challenges and choices – there are 81 responses for the Severn Basin District. To view, select “View Comments” and scroll down – the Clun response is 3rd the list.

See also our River Clun Recovery Project page for more information about project work in the Clun catchment.