The latest news and blogs from the world of Slow The Flow, this page is updated regularly with a range of topical articles.
Peat,Trees & Rewilding
But what have peat bogs ever done for me ?……..‘Gwapple me gwapenuts’ If when you think about peat bogs and the brown ooze beneath your feet and the voice
Natural Flood Management Volunteer Days
See below dates for Natural Flood Management Volunteer activities in 2020. These are run by the National Trust and Slow the Flow at Hardcastle Crags Date Delivered by Activity 12/01/2020
My wellington boots sink into the dark, wet earth in the bed of the gully as I heave on the handle of a log lifter, taking my share, with three
Slow The Flow NFM and SuDS Opportunity mapping in Mytholmroyd, West Yorkshire.
PROJECT SUMMARY At Slow The Flow, we want to encourage and empower people and organisations to take action on their own property and land whether that is private or public-facing.
Green Roof in the Front Yard
This case study highlights how you can take down and old out house and replace it with a wooden Shelter with a living roof. This roof is in Riddlesden, Keighley
Bike shed with green roof
In 2017 a bespoke shed to store bikes and other equipment with an extensive sedum roof was build in a domestic garden in Mytholmroyd The shed is made from regular
Green Roof on a Shipping Container
Creation of a green roof on a 20 foot shipping container that will retain water during heavy rainfall events. This green roof was created on a Shipping container in Mytholmroyd
Mytholmroyd Flood Wardens Slow The Flow with new Green Roof
Work has been completed on a brand new Green Roof on the top of the Mytholmroyd Flood Warden Storage Container at The Shoulder of Mutton Pub on New Road. Supported
Slow The Flow Community Led Natural Flood Management Conference – March 2019
Over two days, nearly 100 people from around the UK descended onto our beautiful town of Hebden Bridge in the Calder Valley to hear from Natural Flood Management (NFM) professionals