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Catchment Mapping Portal Now Live

A new mapping and catchment information tool has now been released to aid in the development of new projects to improve the River Welland catchment. The Welland Valley Partnership Catchment Mapping Portal is designed to collate and display a wealth…...

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Welland Valley Partnership: Review of 2019 out now!

The Welland Valley Partnership is the steering group of organisations working collaboratively to improve the River Welland catchment for its people and wildlife. The Welland Rivers Trust chairs and coordinates this partnership, and a renewed sense of purpose and motivation…...

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New volunteers join River Wardens monitoring project

The first new volunteers of 2020 for our popular River Wardens project have now been trained and are getting stuck into monitoring water quality and biodiversity on their local water courses.  Clear skies over the past week have finally allowed…...

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Community Engagement Officer Role

Do you want to connect people with their local river and wildlife as part of an exciting new engagement project? Do you see the opportunities for connection with nature to improve people’s health and wellbeing? Do you have the skills…...

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Stamford residents begin wildflower restoration project

Sitting alongside the River Welland in Stamford, the Freeman’s Meadows are a much loved green lung for the town, inviting walkers to explore its well trodden paths, families to picnic in the long grass and anglers to throw a line…...

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Flooding Postpones Work at Lubenham

Unfortunately due to consistently high water levels and saturated ground, we’ve had to postpone our restoration project on the River Welland at Lubenham until January. The village has flooded several times in the past few weeks, so this decision has…...

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Welland Dietary Phosphorus Survey

Do you live in the River Welland catchment? Please consider helping us out with some research into dietary habitats and the consumption of phosphorus in the Welland Valley. Applied to fields as a fertiliser in large quantities, phosphorus is an…...

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Anglian Water Volunteers Get Mucky for the Millstream!

Three work parties led by The Welland Rivers Trust and the Environment Agency saw himalayan balsam bashed, footpaths cleared and invading scrub cut back along the length of the Stamford Millstream between Melancholy Walk and the Tinwell Pumping Station. These…...

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