News for Colne Valley Park north

The Colne Valley Community Intrest Company (CIC) has relased a statement on HS2.

You can read it by clicking here...

 

Water levels at Maple Lodge Nature Reserve have fallen 32cm in just 2 weeks! This is the most sudden level drop ever recorded at this site. Other lakes and rivers in the Colne Valley have been experiencing low water levels.

The Colne Valley Landscape Partnership is seeking views on the Colne Valley and the proposed ‘Landscape on the Edge’ bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund – and you can help!  Please  fill in the questionnaire at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ColneValleyLPS 

MP's signed the Colne Valley charter last week in support of the Colne Valley Regional Park.

The Angling Trust has organised a workshop in Denham on Monday 29th June. If your fishery needs some protection from predators or improvements to access, this fund and meeting could help you get it.

The High Speed 2 select committee visited the Colne Valley Park on 15th January to see the impacts of HS2 and meet local residents and organisations to hear about how the scheme will affect them.

At the attractive location of the Old Orchard in Harefield, with its stunning views over the Colne Valley, directors of the Colne Valley Park CIC presented certificates to the Colne Valley Park's Founding Corporate Supporters in recognition of their valuable contribution to the Regional Park.

The Environment Agency undertook a fish survey in a backwater next to the Grand Union Canal at Harefield last Tuesday. This backwater was created last year and is already showing encouraging results with many species of fish of varying ages being recorded. Two Kingfishers were spotted during the course of the day.

Design by LTD Design Consultants and build by Garganey Consulting. From an original concept by the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.