Project news

Find out how our projects are progressing. Hover over the images for more information:

Ratty’s Return project update
Tame Valley Wetlands are on a mission to create a wetland corridor fit for Water Voles, once a familiar sight throughout the Valley.
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Visitor Centre gets a facelift
As part of the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme, the Kingsbury Water Park's visitor centre is getting an £80,000 makeover and will be rebranded as “The Gateway to the Tame Valley Wetlands”.
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Discover, explore and conserve – a John Muir Award Tale
Students at the Kingsbury School have been on a journey of discovery as they explored their local country park as part of their John Muir Award.
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Community Wetlands Project completed
The new and improved Sand Martin bank has now been installed at Kingsbury Water Park's Community Wetland.
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Tesco Bags for Help Projects
Work has started on the ground to improve walking routes throughout the Tame Valley Wetlands area, thanks to Tesco's Bags for Help grant scheme, who have gifted £8000 from the 5p plastic bag levy.
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Tameside LNR welcomes Sand Martins with new Des Res
Sand Martins migrating to the Tame Valley now have a new custom made hotel at Tameside Local Nature Reserve.
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Hedgerow restored at Whitacre Heath SSSI
During January 2017, contractors working for Tame Valley Wetlands restored 170m of native hedgerow using traditional methods at Whitacre Heath SSSI.
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TameFest 2016 Success!
Tame Valley Wetlands has celebrated its local heritage with the annual TameFest event, hosted this year at Kingsbury Water Park.
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Local groups receive over £7,000 from TVW community grant
The Tame Valley Wetlands have awarded grants to 6 local groups, which will be used to deliver environmental projects in Tamworth and Castle Vale.
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