Stuart Hunt is a leadership, team and organisation development consultant and faciltator, and a personal effectiveness coach and trainer. Stuart has worked for the last 18 years in the HE sector as a professional trainer and consultant, specialising in the areas of Communication and Leadership skills development. He is a Key Associate of the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, supporting bespoke programmes, the Small Development Projects applied research, and is the LFHE Regional Co-ordinator for the North West of England and Northern Ireland.
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Eden is a unique and beautiful network of rivers, becks and lakes, stretching 80 miles from Hellgill Force to the Solway. Covering an impressive 850 square miles, it is the lifeblood of the area and it is under threat. Here at Eden Rivers Trust we have a vision for Saving the Eden and we need your help. Eden is your river to explore and it is up to all of us to work together to Save the Eden. We believe people have the power to save rivers and that individual actions add up to make a big difference.
It starts life as Red Gill Beck, then becomes Hell Gill Beck, before turning north and joining with Ais Gill Beck to become the River Eden. (Hell Gill Force, just before it meets Ais Gill Beck, is the highest waterfall along its journey to the sea).
The steep-sided dale of Mallerstang later opens out to become the Vale of Eden. The river flows through Kirkby Stephen and Appleby-in-Westmorland, and receives the water of many becks flowing off the Pennines to the east, and longer rivers from the Lakes off to the west, including the River Lyvennet, River Leith and River Eamont, which arrives via Ullswater and Penrith.