Free screenings to see film on Witham

A white clawed crayfish in the River Witham. EMN-151201-163042001

A white clawed crayfish in the River Witham. EMN-151201-163042001

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A new freshwater conservation charity, The Lincolnshire Rivers Trust, has commissioned a short film about the River Witham.

The Wonderful Witham is the project of underwater wildlife filmmaker and photographer Jack Perks.

Mr Perks’ work has been featured on BBC Springwatch, Countryfile, BBC News and in BBC Wildlife Magazine.

The film aims to be a short introduction to the Witham catchment, its wildlife, the people and its issues.

It is also an introduction to the Witham Partnership, an initiative funded by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, and its aspirations for protecting, restoring and enhancing the Witham.

Free screenings will take place at four locations around Lincolnshire including North Kesteven District Council’s offices, in Kesteven Street, Sleaford, on February 4, at 6pm.

The screenings are open to all and there will be time for questions with Mr Perks afterwards.