The latest news and blogs from the world of Slow The Flow, this page is updated regularly with a range of topical articles.
PEOPLE URGED TO BE PREPARED FOR FLOODS WITH WETTER WINTER ON THE CARDS
By Emily Beament, PA Environment Correspondent The UK could be hit by a wetter-than-normal winter, experts said, as households are urged to be prepared for the risk of flooding. A
Please help us and the environment this Christmas
Instead of sending Christmas Cards this year, please help us by donating the money you would have spent, it will not only help us, it will help the environment. Slow The Flow is
A letter from our chair to our MP
Dear Craig, Lords’ amendment to the Environment Bill As one of your constituents I sincerely hope you will be voting for the Lord’s amendment to the Environment Bill this afternoon
The Environment Agency have just completed their national Natural Flood Management (NFM) Programme earlier this year
Since 2017 they have invested £15 million of funding from government to benefit people and learn more about NFM through 60 pilot projects across England. The Natural Flood Management Report
COMMUNITIES HAVE ROLE TO PLAY ON CLIMATE CHANGE TOO SAYS LEADING FLOOD CHARITY
Leading natural flood management charity Slow the Flow will be highlighting the important role communities have to play in reducing the risk of flooding as world leaders meet in Glasgow
Half term at Hardcastle Crags; join in with a ranger day and learn more about how we’re reducing flood risk.
A special event will give the public a chance to find out more about our woodlands and natural flood management work in Calderdale. The National Trust is hosting a special
The Blanket Bog Restoration Toolkit is constantly growing!
Guest blog from Chris Fry, Moors for the Future Partnership’s Conservation Quality Manager. Moors For The Future are one of our partners in The Source Partnership. In March 2021 a
Jude Walker – Carbon Tax Walk from Hebden Bridge to London
Jude Walker, who lives in Hebden Bridge wanted to promote a petition on the Introduction of Carbon Tax and deliver it to The Prime Minister in London. He walked 230
Hardcastle Crags ceremony for Slow the Flow award
The Lord Lieutenant of West Yorkshire, Mr. Ed Anderson, visited Hardcastle Crags this week to award Slow The Flow the highest honour a voluntary group can achieve. The Queens Award for Voluntary