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Water vole habitat surveys conclude

Date Posted: 29th July 2014

The year-long study has seen over 70 kilometres of waterway surveyed across the Meres and Mosses.
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Weaver-Gowy Catchment Partnership

Date Posted: 23rd July 2014

Partnership aims to alleviate flood risk and improve water quality.
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Join the Meres and Mosses conversation!

Date Posted: 10th July 2014

We want to hear your views on the future of the Meres and Mosses at workshops throughout north Shropshire and south Cheshire.
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Pupils given a taste of the great outdoors

Date Posted: 26th June 2014

The second White Mere camp took place this month and gave pupils the chance to try their hands at sailing, fishing and to hone their survival skills.
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Environment Secretary visits Nature Improvement Area

Date Posted: 26th June 2014

North Shropshire MP and Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Owen Paterson came to look around some of the sites being worked on through the Meres & Mosses Nature Improvement Area and Landscape Partnership Scheme.
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