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.Read more.
Quotes requested for the creation of trail guides
The Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme requires the design and creation of a series of engaging, fun and informative trail guides / walk leaflets. A Brief outlining the work required is available to download here. Consultants are invited to quote for the work outlined in the Brief by midnightRead more.
Discover, explore and conserve – a John Muir Award Tale
Students at the Kingsbury School have been on a journey of discovery with the Tame Valley Wetlands as they explored their local country park as part of their John Muir Award.Read more.
Make a Difference in Conservation, Train for Free!
Local people are being offered a FREE, nationally recognised qualification in Environmental & Heritage Conservation. Courtesy of the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme (LPS), people of all ages, looking for a new career path or wanting to gain new skills and experience, can now take part in practical conservationRead more.
Invasive Species Week 27th March – 2nd April
This week is Invasive Species Week, hosted by NNIS (Non-native invasive species). Would like to know more about them specifically? Pop over to their website here – NNIS The agenda for Invasive Species Week and how you can get involved!: Monday – Welcome to Invasive Species Week! Tuesday – Biosecurity WednesdayRead more.
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.Read more.
Communities invited to contribute to the Tame Valley Wetlands’ future vision
The Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme is inviting community groups and individuals with an interest in heritage, access to the countryside or the environment to their Community Gathering on Saturday 25th March.Read more.
An important time for the Tame Valley Wetlands
The Tame Valley Wetlands, spanning from Birmingham through rural North Warwickshire and Tamworth, is a landscape of real importance for society and nature, and one which is under substantial pressure.Read more.
Community Wetlands Project completed
The new and improved Sand Martin bank has now been installed at Kingsbury Water Park's Community Wetland.Read more.
Doing our bit for National Nest Box Week
BTO National Nest Box Week: 14th-21st February 2017 In preparation of the BTO’s 20th National Nest Box Week (NNBW) and the onset of 2017 breeding bird season, Tame Valley Wetlands have been doing their bit to create homes for our feathered friends. Recently, Tame Valley Wetlands supplied 23 nest boxes to project sites atRead more.