Blogging Along The Tame

The vegetable patches at Hams Hall Environmental Centre are coming along nicely! Click on the…
When Hams Hall Estate was owned by the Adderley family, its walled garden was used…
Autumn is the peak time for fungi to appear in woodlands, meadows, riverbanks, roadside verges…
The last couple of weeks at Tame Valley Wetlands have been busy with Tame Force,…
Return to blog homepage   It’s been a while since we last posted about nature…
The Wildlife Trusts have recently published a new report ‘Reversing the decline of insects’, showing…
Return to blog homepage   Windier and rainier weather this week might not have welcomed…
Return to blog homepage   ‘No Mow May‘ was an initiative by Plantlife, encouraging people…
Return to the blog homepage   Thank you to everyone who sent in wonderful photos…
Click to return to the blog homepage   If you watch and listen closely, you…
Click to return to the blog homepage   What can you see in your garden…

Creating Mini-beast hotels from recycled pallets.

As part of the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme, the Community …

Rivers and their connected floodplains are nature’s natural flood defence.  This animated film is a great…

Tame Valley Wetlands has celebrated its local heritage with the annual TameFest event, hosted this year at Kingsbury

Volunteering This week we’ve celebrated volunteering and encouraged people to join in. Volunteering is an…
Development of £2.4 million Tame Valley Wetlands Scheme in full flow… A Partnership of organisations…
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