Thursday, April 23, 2015

Final meeting on the rewilding of the Welland through Market Harborough

From the Harborough Mail:
Residents are being invited to a public meeting next month to hear more about the £500,000 renovation of the River Welland in Market Harborough. 
The stretch of the river through Harborough has been greatly improved over the past two years through a £500,000 project headed by the Welland Rivers Trust. 
The trust is holding its final community open evening at The Angel Hotel in High Street, from 7pm to 9pm on Wednesday, May 6. The trust wants to hear people’s opinions about the project and its design team will present some brief displays on wildlife and habitat recovery, management and maintenance, and sustainability. 
There will also be a short film about the community’s involvement with the project and a question and answer session.
Thanks to this project you can now hear the Welland tinkling or babbling or whatever it is young rivers do as it passes through the town.

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