Robert Martyr

About Robert Martyr

I am the Project Officer for the East of England for Keep Britain Tidy on RiverCare, a partnership project between Keep Britain Tidy and Anglian Water, working to protect and enhance wildlife and habitats in the Anglian Region. RiverCare inspires, develops and supports community volunteer groups to adopt waterways and improve and maintain their local environment for future generations. RiverCare initiates communities to collaborate with conservation charities such as the RSPB and wildlife trusts, local government, land owners, businesses and manage areas beyond the boundaries of nature reserves. My role also includes involvement with BeachCare projects within East Anglia , maintaining and improving coastal habitats. Previously I have worked for the WWT, RSPB, wildlife trust and district councils as a Senior Nature Reserve Warden, Warden and Nature Reserve Ranger on wetlands throughout the UK.

Reflecting on World Rivers Day 2014…

On Sunday 28 September, RiverCare and BeachCare groups across East Anglia held events to celebrate World Rivers Day. Volunteers worked to clear rubbish from our region’s rivers, estuaries and coastlines.

World Rivers Day is an event that represents the very ethos of RiverCare and BeachCare volunteer groups and recognises the objectives of these Keep Britain […]

By |October 29th, 2014|Biodiversity, Sustainability|Comments Off on Reflecting on World Rivers Day 2014…|

Love where you live…

I have previously worked as a Senior Warden for the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust, as Reserve Warden for the RSPB; as Assistant Warden for the Wildlife Trusts and as a nature reserve and forest ranger. What all my previous roles had in common was that they were all within the confines of a nature […]

By |August 21st, 2014|Biodiversity, Sustainability|Comments Off on Love where you live…|