Support Us

The Arun & Rother Rivers Trust (ARRT) is a West Sussex based charity that is committed to protecting and improving our rivers and water environment.

ARRT has a really important job to do in a catchment which includes the rivers Arun and Western Rother. Our catchment also encompasses the rivers and rifes flowing south of the Downs and the magnificent Chichester and Pagham Harbours.

Working with farmers, anglers, local communities, water companies, regulators and policy makers ARRT helps protect and improve our local rivers and streams, harbours, shorelines and tidal waters, and the groundwater that provides most of our drinking water in this catchment.

We’re ambitious for our water environment. We want to make sure that water – that precious vital resource – is protected and improved so that fish and wildlife can thrive in our rivers and streams. We’re doing some great work, but with your help we could do even more.


Our Catchment Area


catchment map


How you can support ARRT, and the valuable work that we do…

  • Become a Supporter

Annual Supporters’ fee is only £25 and by using the Gift Aid facility we will benefit from an added tax bonus. This means that every £1 of Supporter money gives us £1.25

If you would like to support us please download the form here, complete it and send it back to us.

  • Donation

If you would like to donate to the trust via MyDonate please click here. Alternatively, for a printable form please click here.

  • Sponsorship

If you represent a business or organisation that would be interested in sponsoring ARRT we would be delighted to hear from you.

To become a Sponsor of the Trust please contact us to discuss how we might work together.

  • Become a Trustee

We are also looking for additional Trustees who have the skills and experience to help us  and would like to get involved in a local charity dedicated to protecting and improving our water environment.  Do you have the skills and knowledge to become a Trustees of ARRT? Please contact us here to discuss further.