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Join Wessex Water & Bristol Avon Rivers Trust (BART) on Saturday 17th November to take part in the Yellow Fish Project and raise awareness of water pollution in Chippenham.
The Yellow Fish Project is a national campaign that aims to raise awareness that only rainwater should go down surface water drains and that any oils, paints or chemicals poured down these drains directly flow into local rivers and watercourses, which has a huge impact on wildlife.
In association with the local council, BART will be raising awareness that only “rain should go down the drain” by stencilling a Yellow Fish symbol next to roadside drains and putting up information posters about the campaign.
Everyone is welcome to join in – just meet the team at Chippenham Town Hall foyer at 9.30am.