During the coming months, in view of the considerable threat posed by the risk of viral transmission through close person to person contact please note the following:-
We shall not be organising group field visits, conservation work-parties or face-face committee meetings until further notice
We will continue our monitoring and campaigning activities and so welcome being alerted to River Cam related issues and to any of your observations of INNS (Invasive, Non-Native Species) such as Floating Pennywort or Himalayan Balsam. e-mail: email@example.com We will continue to maintain a log of observations of INNS on our website, and identify hotspots where individual action would be useful. https://camvalleyforum.uk/
We shall of course continue our occasional newsletter Cam Valley Matters, edited by David Brooks. Please do send us your River news. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
We encourage all our members and supporters to remain engaged with the natural environment to the extent that is permitted by the latest medical advice. Our understanding of the current NHS advice is that, so long as we stay at least 2m away from other people and are not potentially infected with COVID-19, this is permitted.
However, irrespective of the dangers of COVID-19, rivers and watercourses are dangerous, particularly if you are on your own. If you wish to carry out conservation work, we strongly advise you to carry out your own risk assessment before starting work. For the avoidance of doubt, note that you will not be covered by CVF insurance during these self-organised outings.
19 March 2020
Our coronavirus policy can be downloaded here