Crane Park Island's East End This Audio guide was produced by Theo Harrison, James Ferris, Jojo M, Dennis Watson, Jayden L, Emiliano Haskurti and Seb Rennie Text from the audio guide: "From this point you can see a “brash berm”- a deflector bank built to encourage the river to erode the banks and restore the river to its more natural curving shape. The shallow water inside the berm is also a perfect nursery for fish to lay eggs. You can see the river flowing to the east on it’s journey to Isleworth and the Thames." The aim of the Keeping it Wild programme is to empower and inspire 600 young people aged 11-25, from backgrounds currently under-represented in natural heritage, to gain vital skills while discovering, conserving and sharing their experiences of the capital’s wild spaces. Headliners are working in partnership with London Wildlife Trust, John Muir Trust, and London Youth to inspire the young people to investigate the issues facing green spaces and to engage with nature through social action projects and traineeships. Keeping it Wild is funded by National Lottery Heritage Fund, with support from George Bairstow Charitable Trust, The Hampton Fund, and Investec.