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 successesRead more.
Sand Martins move into the Community Wetlands at Kingsbury Water Park
Welcome to your new home!Read more.
Himalayan Balsam meets its match!
Himalayan balsam is meeting its match right now in the Tame Valley Wetlands scheme area thanks to the support from Banister Charitable TrustRead more.
New tenants arrive at Hams Hall
Back in February we installed a series of wildlife cameras and nest boxes around the office at Hams Hall. During the last weekend in April some new tenants began to move in to one of the nest boxes.Read more.
We’re in the final for the UK River Prize 2018!
Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership reaches the final for the prestigious UK River Prize 2018!Read more.
Invasive Species Week (23-29 March 2018)
Organisations across Britain are coming together for a week of action to raise awareness of invasive non-native species and the simple things that everyone can do to help prevent their spread.Read more.
Tamworth Spring Clean
DOZENS of bags of rubbish, four shopping trollies, two bicycles and a bench frame were among the waste and litter collected by community-spirited volunteers during a spring clean event in early March. Willing volunteers of all ages rolled up their sleeves and helped tidy large parts of the Bolebridge ‘egg’ roundaboutRead 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 haveRead more.
Heritage Training Workshops to be held in Warwickshire
Warwickshire County Council in partnership with Tame Valley Wetlands is to hold a series of heritage training workshops over the next few months. The events are being organised by the County Council’s Historic Environment Record Team and are entirely free to attend. The workshops will help local communities understand andRead more.