The latest news and blogs from the world of Slow The Flow, this page is updated regularly with a range of topical articles.
Slowing the Flow and Carbon Reduction through Floodwater Storage
Climate change is already impacting the British climate, with more heavy and frequent rainfall resulting in local and regional flooding on an unprecedented scale. The Calder Valley has recently suffered
What do Coronavirus and NFM have in common?
Amongst the COVID-19 chaos, is a glimmer of hope. We, as a society, at all scales, are realising that individual actions really do matter. Every time I see this ‘delaying
NFM and SuDS Opportunity Mapping – now live!!
Our clickable Google Map parcels up the pilot area into manageable chunks – you can zoom in and click on your street / field / place of work etc. Please
Welcome to our new monthly blog enabling you to see at a glance what Slow The Flow have been doing & giving you easy access to reports, videos and blogs
Land Wanted for Tree Planting
Treesponsibility, is currently seeking new tree-planting sites.The group has planted over a quarter of a million trees since its establishment in 1998, but it now needs more places to plant
Back Garden Redesign
Our back garden in Mytholmroyd has heavy clay soil that was causing standing water after heavy rainfall. To solve this problem we built raised beds and installed a permeable gravel
Economics of Attenuation Ponds
The Economics of Upper Catchment Small Scale Attenuation Ponds versus A Capital Intensive Flood Alleviation Scheme Since the Boxing Day flood of 2015, Slow The Flow have promoted Natural
Flood Prevention at Oldroyd
Oldroyd Terrace Saved From Storm Ciara, Here’s How The summer floods of 2012 and the Boxing Day flood of 2015 brought havoc to the hamlet of Oldroyd which is situated
Slow The Flow Annual Review: 2019
SLOW THE FLOW; Keeping Natural Flood Management on the agenda! Slow The Flow is a charity working to advance the education of the public in Natural Flood Management (NFM), Sustainable