Basement Project experience of volunteering

Joe from The Basement Project has written a delightful piece about his experience of volunteering to build the rain garden planters at Hebden Bridge Town Hall. We are delighted that our work has far-reaching and unforeseen benefits, as well as our primary aim of slowing the flow of flood waters. Take a look at his …

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Hardcastle Crags – our most successful Project to date!

Hardcastle Crags, our local National Trust site, is the home of Slow The Flow’s most successful project on the ground to date, with 250+ woody leaky dams built, and counting! Since November 2016, our volunteers have been working with the incredible team of rangers and land managers at The National Trust, The Environment Agency, Calderdale Council, Nathan the working horse, and many others, to build leaky woody dams across streams with …

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Urban SuDS Case Study: Hebden Bridge Town Hall – Courtyard Rain Garden Planters

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 Hall Courtyard planters project is a collaborative community venture, funded by a grant from the Postcode Local Trust. It is part of a wider initiative …

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Species list for Hebden Bridge Town Hall Courtyard Rain Garden

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 mollis Lady’s mantle Perennial Anemanthele lessoniana New Zealand wind grass Grass Astilbe japonica ‘Etna’ False goat’s beard Perennial Astilbe x arendsii ‘Diamant’ False goat’s beard …

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