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The Bristol Avon Catchment Partnership comprises a range of organisations, groups, authorities and individuals dedicated to working together to improve the water environment and provide wider benefits for people and nature at a catchment scale - known as a
Catchment Based Approach (CaBA).
The partnership formed in 2012 with support of central government and has produced a
Catchment Plan to work towards achieving a better water environment for all.
The Bristol Avon Catchment encompasses the North Somerset Coastal Streams and the Lower Severn Vale sub catchments.
Please click on this link to see a map of the key rivers and waterbodies within the catchment.
The water environment includes all rivers, streams and wetlands that drain within the catchment landscape. It also includes all the different types of landscape that we build on, cultivate and modify; all of these human interventions have an impact on the water cycle and can, for example, lead to an increased risk of pollution leaching in to our watercourses and ground water aquifers.
The purpose of the partnership is to:
If you would like to contact the Catchment Coordinator for the Bristol Avon Catchment Partnership, please follow the link below: