Tame Valley Blog

#TameYouth – Volunteering Opportunities
 Join TameYouth!   TameYouth is for young people (16-25) in the area who are keen on the outdoors, want to learn new skills, or meet new people! We meet on the 2nd Saturday and 4th Tuesday of each month, and combine practical work with a social aspect. This is a
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Spring Walk
Enjoy a Spring Walk!   Copyright – Andy Hay (rspb-images.com) Join a guided walk through Ladywalk Nature Reserve, and enjoy its spring spectacle: warblers and songbirds, wildflowers, butterflies… This reserve is usually only open to West Midlands Bird Club members, this is your opportunity to discover it! When: Sunday 28th
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Access Audit Training
Help make our landscape more accessible to all! Tame Valley Wetlands and Walk Unlimited are offering a training course on Access Audits for Countryside Sites. This will include: The different needs of different people. Access audits aren’t just about people with impaired mobility. How people find out about sites, what information
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Hedgehog Ecology and Management for Practitioners
Hedgehogs need YOUR help!     Tame Valley Wetlands are extremely pleased to offer you the chance of attending a one-day course for land managers and consultants to help our hedgehogs by managing greenspaces in the UK with the People’s Trust for Endangered Species. They are a UK Biodiversity Action
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Bird Identification Course
Calling all Bird Lovers! Join us at our Hams Hall office for a day discovering and learning how to identify local birds! Tame Valley Wetlands and BTO are running two Bird Identification courses 3rd May and 18th May, led by Ed Drewitt. These courses are available at a reduced price
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Update on Kingsbury’s Community Wetland Project
Work on Kingsbury’s Community Wetland began in February 2016, led by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust in partnership with Warwickshire County Council and the Country Parks Team. The project is part of the Tame Valley Wetlands Scheme and funded by Biffa Award, the Environment Agency, the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Howard
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The New Marketing Apprentice!
Hello Everyone! My name is Ebony Smith and I’m the new marketing apprentice for Tame Valley Wetlands! I have been at Tame Valley for a little over a week now and I am loving every minute of it.   A little bit about me: I am 20 years old and looking
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‘Circular walks in the Tame Valley Wetlands’ project needs your vote!
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, as lead partner on the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership, is through to the final voting round in the Tesco Bags of Help grant scheme to receive funding to create two new circular walks in the North Warwickshire and south-east Staffordshire area. Voting by Tesco customers will
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2016 community grants open for applications
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Lea Marston Lakes Planning Discussion: Public drop-in event on Tuesday 19 January
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