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Himalayan balsam meets its match!

Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership is working with CABI scientists and Partners to introduce a new control method for Himalayan balsam, a non-native plant species that is negatively impacting the river corridor and its associated wetland habitats.
Himalayan balsam meets its match!

Project Update: New Circular Walks

Two new circular walks leaflets have been produced by Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Tesco's Bags of Help scheme.
Project Update: New Circular Walks

Wildlife Discovery Day – BioBlitz 2017 Success!

Kingsbury Water Park's, Community Wetland is teaming with wildlife after 612 species were recorded throughout a 24 hour BioBlitz, hosted by the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme (TVWLPS).
Wildlife Discovery Day – BioBlitz 2017 Success!

Tame Valley Wetlands’ Celebration Supper!

The Tame Valley Wetlands team invited local community groups, councillors, partners and volunteers to an evening of celebration on 13th July.
Tame Valley Wetlands’ Celebration Supper!

TameFest’s third year of successful celebration!

The community came together to  celebrate the landscape and heritage of the Tame Valley Wetlands for the third year in a row at TameFest 2017 on Saturday 27th May. The bank holiday weekend event saw approximately 2,500 people at Tamworth Castle Grounds,
TameFest’s third year of successful celebration!

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”.
Visitor Centre gets a facelift

BBC Countryfile visits the Tame Valley Wetlands

The BBC’s most popular rural show visits North Warwickshire in search of Britain’s fastest declining mammal, the water vole, discovering the hidden landscape of the Tame Valley Wetlands on their way.
BBC Countryfile visits the Tame Valley Wetlands

Partnership Scheme engages with 2,500 school children!

Since May 2015, Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme has engaged with over 2,500 children from 31 different schools across Birmingham, North Warwickshire and Tamworth.
Partnership Scheme engages with 2,500 school children!

Community Wetlands Project completed

The new and improved Sand Martin bank has now been installed at Kingsbury Water Park's Community Wetland.
Community Wetlands Project completed

 

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