The latest news and blogs from the world of Slow The Flow, this page is updated regularly with a range of topical articles.
New bursary announced to help students researching natural flood management
A new annual bursary has been set up to support Master’s students investigating natural flood management. The bursary is named in recognition of the work of our friend and the
The Penny Eastwood Bursary – Sophie’s Blog
A new annual bursary has been set up to support a Masters student investigating natural floodmanagement. The Bursary is named in recognition of the work of the founder of Treesponsibility
Response to Storm Christoph – Slow The Flow
As Storm Christoph moves away from the UK and into Northern Europe, parts of the North West of England and North Wales are feeling the effects of yet another major
Sustainable Car Park for Mytholmroyd Community Centre
Back in August we were really pleased to let you know that Slow The Flow were supporting Mytholmroyd Community Centre (MCC) trustees in the development of a masterplan to create
Green for life, not just for Christmas
by Sara Tomkins, founder of Rooted, living Christmas trees, Todmorden. INNOVATION is one of the key factors in making Natural Flood Management (NFM) work on a local and national level.
Can your business contribute to reducing flood risk?
If you own a business with land attached, you could be making a small contribution to reducing flood risk in your community with no capital outlay required. In 2018, Chris
SuDS barriers removed by new sewers guidance
What’s so interesting about changes to sewers? Sounds dull, doesn’t it… but bear with us… within some new sewerage guidance, there’s potentially a substantial benefit to sustainable drainage systems (SuDS)
Slow The Flow funds SuDS Masterplan for Mytholmroyd Community Centre
When the Trustees of Mytholmroyd Community Centre were considering how best to improve their car park, they wanted a robust and sustainable solution. Part of the car park is currently
Old Slack Farm – Natural Flood Management Project
The topography and geology of the Calder Valley renders it susceptible to flooding, compacted subsoils overlying impermeable clay soils result in rapid run off during extended periods of rainfall which