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Vole Patrol
Tame Valley Wetland volunteers kicked off vole patrol training yesterday.
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Community Wetland vandalised
A community wetland area at Kingsbury Water Park has been vandalised for a third time in as many weeks.
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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, enjoying the fun and friendly atmosphere. Hosted by the
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Some of our key achievements so far…
Thank you to our staff, partners, volunteers and funders for their fantastic support so far!
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Tamworth to welcome popular heritage event, TameFest!
TameFest 2017 will take place on Tamworth Castle Grounds, on Saturday 27th May for its biggest edition yet. Hosted by the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme (LPS), TameFest is a fun event showcasing the vibrant heritage and landscape of the Tame Valley Wetlands area. Tamworth residents and travellers from
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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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Quotes requested for production of way marking posts
The Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme c/o Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is requesting suppliers to quote for the production and supply of way marking posts for its access improvement programme. Date of Issue: 3rd May 2017. Quote Deadline: 12th May 2017 (midday). Client: Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme (LP-11-04927) c/o Warwickshire Wildlife
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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.
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UPDATED tender request: Crowdsourced Cultural Heritage Project (Telling the Tale of the Tame)
The Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme (TVWLPS) are looking for consultants to deliver a crowdsourced cultural heritage project.
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