Thu 22nd Oct 2020Tattenhall Online weather - Patchy rain possiblePatchy rain possible 12°C

The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire

The Mill Brook Restoration Project

Home » News » Working for Wildlife
Mill-Brook-Indicative-Design

Many of you will have seen the new interpretation panels along the Mill Brook Wildlife Corridor.

Further development of this area is planned for the Autumn when Tattenhall Wildlife Group (TWiG), the Environment Agency and the Bolesworth Estate will be working together on the 'Mill Brook Restoration Project'. This exciting project will create new river channels along 230 metres of the Mill Brook within the TWiG nature reserve. The river channels will increase flood water storage capacity and help reduce future flood risk to the village.

As well as enhancing biodiversity, the project will also help the Mill Brook to reach 'good ecological status' under the EU Water Framework Directive.

For more detailed information, follow this link to the Tattenhall Wildlife Group Website.

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

Poppy Appeal
David Bish/British Legion: Thu 22 Oct 6:10am

The 2020 Poppy Appeal will be launched on 22nd October and runs until Remembrance Sunday on 8th November.In this year, unlike any other, due to the current Pandemic there are a number of changes. Poppies will be available in fewer outlets, but can also be downloaded or ordered online.Donations can also be made by scanning the QR code on posters around the village or by text. Please donate...

job-vacancy-M209683
Image Cleaning Services: Wed 21 Oct 10:00pm

Cleaner required to clean welfare construction cabins at Inspired Living Retirement Village @ Frog Lane.Days and Hours of work are: Monday to Friday 4hrs per dayJob role includes: Brushing, Mopping, Cleaning toilets, Cleaning canteen areas — to cleaning officesRate of pay: £9.00 per hourTo apply please telephone: Marie Hughes...

Textiles
Kate Lightfoot: Wed 21 Oct 6:08am

Friday 23 October( pm) and Saturday 24 October (am)CLICK ON IMAGE TO...