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Business Environment Network gets off to a flying start

Date Posted: 27th November 2014

The Meres and Mosses Business Environment Network was launched at the Hill Valley Hotel and Spa, Whitchurch this week.
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Mini mammals thriving at Prees Heath

Date Posted: 18th November 2014

Prees Heath Common is known as a sanctuary for butterflies, but a recent survey shows its importance for mammals too.
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New water vole colony found in the Meres and Mosses

Date Posted: 29th October 2014

The protected species, which is declining elsewhere in the UK is thriving in north Shropshire.
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Business Environment Network launching in November

Date Posted: 23rd October 2014

New network formed to bring together companies from around the Meres and Mosses area.
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On the march for white-faced darters

Date Posted: 1st October 2014

The Meres and Mosses has been involved in an exciting project to raise money for rare dragonflies.
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