Blythe Alive!

Why the River Blythe?

The Blythe River is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) due to the diversity of its wildlife, especially plant species.

However, due to various types of pollution, such as phosphate and road runoff and point-source discharge; as well as the presence of several barriers to fish movement along the river, the ecological status of the River Blythe has been degraded over time.

Tame Valley Wetlands, with funding from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) Water Environment Grant, will be carrying out ‘Blythe Alive!’, a project to enhance the biodiversity value of the River Blythe and improve its general ecological status. Our work began at the beginning of 2019 and will span approximately 3 years.

Project Work So Far

Click through the links below to read about our project work so far.

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