Arun & Rother Rivers Trust – Part of a National Network of Rivers Trusts.

Centred on the South Downs National Park, the Arun & Rother Rivers Trust (ARRT) cares for rivers and streams running across over 350,000 acres of the most spectacularly beautiful countryside in Southern Britain. If you fish, walk or simply muse by a river you will understand how important the work of ARRT is for today and the future.

Latest News & Updates

Riverfly Partnership News

ARRT invites volunteers to undertake river monitoring to get to know their rivers better and aid future improvements and enjoyment. ...

Sussex Angler Breaks British Record

A ‘monster’ Barbel has been landed in Petworth and Bognor Angling Club’s waters by member Colin Smithson, breaking the 13 ...

School Helps Raise £2000 for Fishes

Barnham Primary School’s Eco Team joined up with environmental charity, the Arun & Rother Rivers Trust (ARRT) to raise nearly ...

Our Recent Blogs

Surveying The Arun

Part of our Upper Arun River Revival project is to survey the River Arun from its source, north of Horsham, ...

Wild Swimming With Penny Wort

In mid-September, I donned my drysuit and floated on my first wild swim of the year in the upper River ...

One Flush And We Forget!

Sewage and water are inextricably linked. If the one is not handled properly it can pollute the other ...