Tuesday 15th November 7pm, Upstairs at De Koffie Pot, Left Bank Village, Hereford, HR4 9DG
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust are organising a screening of recent documentary investigating the devastation of the River Wye followed by Q&A with Nicola Goodwin from the production team.
“Rivers in Wales are dying, with sewage, slurry and other pollutants spewing in – but what is the cause, what is the real impact, and where are those whose job it is to protect our rivers? As the clock is ticking and battle lines are drawn, Wyre Davies investigates what and who is to blame in this BBC Wales documentary, first aired in October 2022.”
Following the screening, there will be a Q&A session with Nicola Goodwin, BBC journalist and part of the documentary’s production team, alongside Jamie Audsley, CEO of Herefordshire Wildlife Trust and James Hitchcock, CEO of Radnorshire Wildlife Trust.
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Kington Kleen would like to organise a showing of this documentary in Kington followed by a discussion and Q&A for those who are not able to attend the showing in Hereford. If anyone would like to help organise this, please contact Richie on email@example.com