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Revital-ISE

Revital-ISE

 

Revital-ISE is a partnership project that has been launched to improve biodiversity, access, recreation and leisure in the area, encouraging the local communities' involvement.

This project will endeavour to implement improvements along the length of the Ise valley with the aims of enhancing the biodiversity, providing increased access, increasing leisure and recreational activities, improving the landscape value and restoring the natural floodplain where possible.

 

Latest Revital-ISE Publications [PDF Downloads]

  •   Conservation Walks Along the River ISE

    These walks have been provided under the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs' farm conservation schemes as managed by Natural England, which help farmers and land managers protect and improve the countryside, its wildlife and history. It is permissive access and no new rights of way are being created. Existing rights of way are not affected.   [ ]

  •   River Restoration Centre 2011 Annual Conference

    Dr Robin Field, RNRP Revital-ISE Project Officer gave a presentation at the River Restoration Centre Annual Network Conference 2011.   [ 37KB ]

  •   River Restoration Centre 2011 Annual Conference

    Dr Robin Field, RNRP Revital-ISE Project Officer gave a presentation at the River Restoration Centre Annual Network Conference 2011.   [ 1MB ]

  •   Revital-ISE Leaflet - Update 2011

    Providing information on recently completed, current and future project highlights through the Revital-ISE area.   [ 1MB ]

  •   The Water Meadow

    Wicksteed Water Meadow became a Nature Reserve in 2011, with restoration and management of this seven hectare site which has been funded under Natural England’s Higher Level Stewardship Scheme.   [ 71KB ]

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Revital-ISE Press Releases

  •   Reviving the River Ise and it's surrounding environment

    Revital-ISE is a new partnership project that has been launched to improve biodiversity, access, recreation and leisure and and encourage the local communities to get involved in the area'. This project will endeavour to implement improvements along the length of the Ise valley with the aims of enhancing the biodiversity, providing increased access, increasing leisure and recreational activities, improving the landscape value and restoring the natural floodplain where possible.   [ ]

  •   Wicksteed watermeadows Press Release March 2011

    Launch of the Big Lottery ‘Awards for All’ grant for community events at Wicksteed water meadows, Kettering.   [ 327KB ]

  •   Launch of the Wicksteed Park Nature Reserve

    An outstanding opportunity for partnership working between landowners, land managers, local authorities, Government Agencies, environmental groups, and local communities to re-establish a high quality environment throughout the Ise Valley.   [ 489KB ]

More Revital-ISE Press Releases

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  • Small fry project has big benefits - Evening Telegraph, Thursday, February 12, 2009
  • Press Release from the Evening Telegraph, 13th April 2011
  • Revital-ISE Evening Telegraph 27th February 2010
  • Trout in the Classroom 2010 - The fry have now been received by the schools. Images from Brambleside School.

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Coming & Recent Events

  •   22nd October 2010
    Habitat Restoration at Tailby Meadows, Desborough

    Major work to help the restoration of the riverside meadows is planned to start in the next few weeks at The Wildlife Trust in Northamptonshire's Nature Reserve, Tailby Meadows

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