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Previous Next Hardcastle Crags, our local National Trust site, is the home of Slow The Flow’s most successful project on the ground to date, in excess of 500 woody leaky
A huge thank you to everyone who has been involved in designing, building, funding, or coming along to the launch event for, the rain garden planters at Hebden Bridge Town
Calder Rivers Trust & Slow The Flow Calderdale Rain Garden Planters Slowing the flow of rainwater into the drainage system, thus reducing the potential for combined sewer flooding The Town
The Swale in 2018 What? Constructed a small swale to take surplus water away from the path and make a damp area of grass wetter and more biodiverse. Where? Tipside Todmorden. When? December
See more information on the Hebden Bridge Town Hall – Courtyard Rain Garden Planters here. Acer palmatum ‘Katsura’ Japanese maple Small tree Ajuga reptens ‘Chocolate Chip’ Carpet bugle Perennial Alchemilla
Most people who live and work in the Calder Valley will now have heard of Slow The Flow Calderdale and the work we are doing to reduce the likelihood of
Volunteering in Hardcastle Cargs 18th May 2018 A SHORT COURSE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE ON LOCAL NATURAL FLOOD MANAGEMENT – Week commencing 18th June Slow the Flow Calderdale have been awarded