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WWG-News

WWG-News (7)

Tuesday, 05 December 2017 13:51

River Wensum - the battle continues

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The group continues with its objection to the planned recycling plant in Lenwade, which the applicate has now applied for a 2nd time.

We have not only got a letter of objection from Mark Lloyd this time round, but are lobbying hard with Natural England on why they have no objections to this plant adjacent to a SSSI and SAC which Natural England are paid to protect.

See http://eplanning.norfolk.gov.uk/PlanAppDisp.aspx?AppNo=C%2f5%2f2017%2f5007 Both Mark's letter and my own from WWG are available to view from this link.

If any body wants to offer their support to this objection, please email your comments to mawp@norfolk.gov.uk

Regards

Kelvin

 

 

Wednesday, 19 April 2017 10:35

Wensum Previous Study Reports

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The attached reports date back to 2009-2012 when the Environment Agency asked for some extensive studies into fish recruitment, habitats and behaviours.

Much of this still stands today.

 

 

Wednesday, 12 July 2017 10:36

Wensum Survey 2017

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Click on the link above access a fresh copy of the Wensum Valley Survey below.

 

Many thanks to Terry Lawton for pulling this together on behalf of the Wensum Working Group.

For more information on the group and their aims and objectives take a look at the following WWG pages. http://aterforum.co.uk/index.php/wwg-home

Sunday, 01 January 2017 07:15

WWG Survey 2017

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Many thanks for taking the time to complete the survey.

You can download a fresh copy below:

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Many thanks to Terry Lawton for pulling this together on behalf of the Wensum Working Group.

For more information on the group and their aims and objectives take a look at the following WWG pages. http://aterforum.co.uk/index.php/wwg-home

 

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John's not sitting on the fence here.

Take a look at John Bailey's latest article on the river Wensum.

http://www.edp24.co.uk/sport/john_bailey_a_lot_of_talk_but_where_in_the_action_in_our_norfolk_rivers_1_4869216

Friday, 16 December 2016 13:47

Initial Funding agreed for Your Fisheries

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On Thursday the 15th Dec £5,000 was secured from the Broads River Catchment CaBA fund to support Norfolk Rivers Trust in the facilitation of the Wensum within the "Your Fisheries" pilot.

We are seeking a further matched funding from the Agency, in order to support this 12 month pilot scheme, one of many running across England within each river basin region.

Regards

Kelvin

 

 

 

Saturday, 10 December 2016 12:11

WWG 2nd meeting Planned for 12th Jan 2017

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Members are being asked for their availability to attend the 2nd meeting of the group this coming Jan 12th from 16:00 at Taverham Mills Fishery.

See the attached WWG Structure document below for more details on the formation of a "your fisheries" concept supporting the river wensum as part of the wider Broads Rivers Catchment Approach.