Find out how our projects are progressing. Hover the images for more information!
Have a look through some of our completed projects:
- Re-profiling the River Cole
- Renovating Lea Ford Cottage
- Circular Walks
- Hedgerow Restoration
- Fantastic Fritillaries
- Wilding the Tame
- Taming the Tame
- Non-Native Species Control
- Community Wetlands
- Ratty’s Return
Renovating Lea Ford Cottage
The re-thatching of Lea Ford Cottage, a historic Tudor farm cottage, has been an important project at the Hams Hall Environmental Studies Centre. Lea Ford Cottage is an ancient c17th Tudor farm worker’s cottage originally located near the small village of Lea Marston. Through around 10 generations, for almost three▸ Read more...
The Tame Valley Wetlands Scheme – Our Achievements
The wetlands of the Tame Valley, located along a 20km stretch of the River Tame between Coleshill and Tamworth, offer a wonderful hidden landscape for people and wildlife. The last century has seen huge impacts on the river and its floodplain due to pollution, sand and gravel extraction and fragmentation▸ Read more...
Working together in the Tame Valley Wetlands – celebrating our achievements!
Nearly one hundred volunteers and representatives from local groups and organisations on the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership came together to celebrate the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme on Tuesday 17th July 2018. The evening event took place at Drayton Manor Park Hotel near Tamworth and celebrated the successes▸ Read more...
TORC lend a hand
If you’ve noticed any extra conservation work going on around Tamworth in the last few months, you may have TORC college to thank. Tame Valley Wetlands teamed up with TORC college in Tamworth to provide work experience placements for their students, and everyone has reaped the benefits! The students have▸ Read more...