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5 Top Tips – No. 5 Take Action and Volunteer

5 Top Tips for Holme Improvement No. 5 Take Action and Volunteer Healthy, well-cared for rivers provide food, shelter and a breeding ground for invertebrates, fish and mammals. In turn, they provide food for larger… continue reading

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5 Top Tips – No. 4 Reduce Rubbish

5 Top Tips for Holme Improvement No 4. Reduce Rubbish Healthy, well-cared for rivers provide food, shelter and a breeding ground for invertebrates, fish and mammals. In turn, they provide food for larger animals, which… continue reading

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5 Top tips – No. 3: Responsible Gardening

5 Top Tips for Holme Improvement No 3. Responsible Gardening Healthy, well-cared for rivers provide food, shelter and a breeding ground for invertebrates, fish and mammals. In turn, they provide food for larger animals, which… continue reading

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5 Top tips – No. 2: Only rain down the drain

5 Top Tips for Holme Improvement No. 2 Only rain down the drain Healthy, well-cared for rivers provide food, shelter and a breeding ground for invertebrates, fish and mammals. In turn, they provide food for… continue reading

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5 Top tips – No. 1: Conserve Water

5 Top Tips for Holme Improvement No. 1  Conserve Water Healthy, well-cared for rivers provide food, shelter and a breeding ground for invertebrates, fish and mammals. In turn, they provide food for larger animals, which… continue reading

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How to help our rivers… INNS out!

Healthy, well-cared for rivers provide food, shelter and a breeding ground for invertebrates, fish and mammals. In turn, they provide food for larger animals, which is all vital for a healthy, functioning ecosystem. In our… continue reading

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What’s flying tonight?

There are over 2500 different moths in Britain, roughly 800 macro [larger] and the remainder micro [smaller]. Of these about 1950 species have been recorded in Yorkshire. People often ask the difference between a moth… continue reading

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How to… keep our rivers litter-free

Healthy, well-cared for rivers provide food, shelter and a breeding ground for invertebrates, fish and mammals. In turn, they provide food for larger animals, which is all vital for a healthy, functioning ecosystem. In our… continue reading

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How to… plant native trees and hedges

We need our rivers to be healthy. After all, healthy well-cared for rivers provide food, shelter and a breeding ground for invertebrates, fish and mammals. In turn, they provide food for larger animals, which is… continue reading

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Tributaries of the River Holme – Digley Brook (a blog by David Allsopp)

This February saw some of the heaviest rainfall on record nationally, and we’ve seen plenty of examples locally of how water finds its way down through the River Holme catchment in apparently new and previously… continue reading