The Tame Valley Wetlands

Located between Birmingham and Tamworth lies the Tame Valley – an extraordinary hidden landscape on the doorstep of over a million people

Who We Are

The Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership, was set up by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust in 2005 with the vision of working in the Tame Valley Wetlands Living Landscape area…

The Tame Valley Wetlands

The Tame Valley Wetlands has a wide variety of habitats that host a rich diversity of wildlife and rare species. Home to several of the most important wildlife sites in the Midlands, this regionally important river corridor…


There are plenty of opportunities to volunteer with the Tame Valley Wetlands – whether you’d like to get stuck into some practical outdoor tasks, or prefer to unleash your spreadsheet wizardry in the office.

Our Walks

Explore a hidden landscape on your doorstep with self-guided walks around the Tame Valley. We have a number of published guides for short and longer routes, free to download.

Our Events

Take a look at and book onto our upcoming events.

School Visits

Bring your class to Hams Hall Environmental Centre, a hidden oasis of nature in an industrial world. Supplement your class learning with a hands on experience of nature, bringing learning to life in our walled garden and woodlands!

Tame Valley Wetlands

Click on the markers to discover project sites, wild places and the history of Tame Valley.

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