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We’re now fully embracing social media! You can still read our blogs here – however, for the most up-to-date and exciting news on the Tame Valley Wetlands scheme and landscape, please check out our Facebook Page (and like us!) or follow us on Twitter (@thetamevalley). Not on Facebook or Twitter? Don’t worry,Read more.
Access and Interpretation Officer(s) – Job Advert
We are advertising for one x 4 day per week Access & Interpretation Officer role, or two x 2 day per week roles focussing on either the access or interpretation aspects of the role. This is to fulfil our access and learning programme as part of the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme,Read more.
Chairperson required for the Tame Valley Wetlands
The Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership (TVWLP) is looking for a motivated and passionate individual to Chair our Partnership Board, tasked with overseeing the governance of the scheme and achieving our vision and aims. We are looking for someone who is: Willing to give up their time for free (thisRead more.
Planting in your community or school
The Woodland Trust have 4,500 tree packs to give away across the UK this autumn to school and community groups. The closing date for autumn applications is 3rd September 2015. For more information, please visit The Woodland Trust website.Read more.
Wilding the Tame Project
Click here for an update and blog on our first large-scale river restoration project – Project A3: Wilding the Tame at Kingsbury Water Park. This Tame Valley Wetlands’ project is a partnership between Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, Warwickshire County Council and the Environment Agency.Read more.
We’ve refreshed a few pages of our website and added a little more content – have a look around and see what’s new! You can now find out about our flagship event – TameFest 2015 – and how you can get involved, and also a little more about the team and whereRead more.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the Tame Valley Wetlands Team. 2015 is set to be a busy and exciting year for the Tame Valley Wetlands! We’ll be officially launching the scheme and introducing the team over the next couple of months…so watch this space!Read more.
Friends of Kingsbury Water Park – September’14 Newsletter
Click here to view online or download the latest newsletter from the Friends of Kingsbury Water Park. You can find out more about the group on their website at www.friendsofkingsburywaterpark.org.uk or via their Facebook page by clicking here.Read more.
CABI releases rust fungus to control invasive weed, Himalayan balsam (26 August 2014)
From today, not-for-profit research organization, CABI, will be releasing a rust fungus at locations in Berkshire, Cornwall and Middlesex as part of field trials to control the non-native, invasive weed Himalayan balsam (Impatiens glandulifera) using natural means. Himalayan balsam has rapidly become one of the UK’s most widespread invasive weeds,Read more.
Things are buzzing at Kingsbury Water Park!
Saturday 16th August was a rather dull and breezy day but nevertheless, people turned out in their numbers to Kingsbury Water Park for a day in the countryside. Those who came to the Old Barn Café were surprised and delighted to see a live bee hive on display as partRead more.