ResilienTogether is a Defra-funded initiative in the Pix Brook catchment

It’s our aim to better monitor, respond and adapt to changing flood risks.

Using information technology in the Pix Brook catchment, including new flow and water quality monitoring stations, we will improve our understanding about how and when flooding is likely to occur, and the best way to  address water quality issues, and support habitats while mitigating the flood risk.

This movement is for people, for nature, for the Pix.

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About the Project

We are funded by the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs' (Defra's) six-year Resilience Innovation Programme. This funding means we get to work with the local community to reduce flood risk and improve water quality.
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What We Do

We have identified six key areas which are all critical to the success of the project. We call these ‘work packages’ and each one connects to the others.
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Get involved

There are plenty of ways you can get involved with ResilienTogether, from sampling the water and telling us if you see any flooding or pollution, to sending us photos throughout the seasons.
Ways to get involved

Monitoring Data

With new monitoring stations along the length of the Pix Brook, we are capturing a constant flow of information to give us a better insight into the way the Pix Brook behaves in response to different events and seasons.

Learning and

resources library

From downloadable technical papers and reports, to the latest case studies, webinars and blogs, plus images and video for non-commercial use, you can get all the resources you need at the click of a button.

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about our partners

We’re called ResilienTogether because we bring a host of different companies, organisations and individuals together to do the best for the Brook.

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Headshot S Russell-Verma

“This is a really important project, helping us to gain the data to map out a clearer picture of how the Pix manages increases and decreases in volumes of water. With this information we can plan for the future, building resilience in our communities.”

Sharon Russell-Verma, Project Manager
Meet our team