In our december workshop we designed and built a floating island—a liver for the river.

Floating Island
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What a great weekend we had! It’s beautiful to see shared plans and dreams coming together and coming to life 💚 We launched our floating wildfowl habitat, and finished two intense days of hard labour in the mud, with a skip full of 4 tonnes of detritus to show for our effort! Tired muscles and beaming smiles 💪🏼 huge thanks to @shona2525 Adam Kinsey @charlottewendylaw @jen_pattersonic and Harriet, we could not have done it without your big muscles and beaming smiles! And thanks to @thames21 @peoplesbiz @sionwhelle and @groundwork_uk for the support! 🧡 #communitybusiness #cooperative #affordablemoorings #workingtogether #biodiversity #floatinghabitat #channelsea #rivercleanup #blueribbonnetwork #improvingwaterspace #lovethelea

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