The Beckets Park Partnership has been formed with River Nene Regional Park, Northampton Borough Council, Environment Agency, Northamptonshire Enterprise Limited, Northamptonshire County Council and West Northamptonshire Development Corporation.
A sign has been installed at the most recent Boughton Estate planting site alongside the public footpath with a beautiful view of the planting area behind it. The sign provides an outline of the planting and acknowledges and thanks the numerous parties and volunteers involved.
Are you a budding designer, or ever stood in a pub or beer festival and thought you could think of a great and inventive name for an ale! Or perhaps you are all about supporting local businesses, communities, the countryside and making a difference?
Some 15,000 trees have been planted at 2 sites in the Rockingham Forest, just north of Kettering. The new planting fills a gap in Weekley Hall wood creating a continuous block woodland covering over 160ha.
The Northamptonshire Biodiversity Records Centre (NBRC) are working with the Environment Agency to find out where Himalayan Balsam is growing along the River Nene. Everyone is invited to take part in a Himalayan Balsam survey to search for the Pink Invader.
Representatives from a major conservation project in Northamptonshire, Peterborough and Huntingdonshire are attending a special event in London today (26th March) to mark the first anniversary of England's Nature Improvement Area (NIA) programme.
Staff and volunteers from River Nene Regional Park and the RSPB invite regular and new visitors to the Washlands, to come and view glittering golden plovers and whistling wigeon through high-powered telescopes
A guide detailing how to transform urban life by including green spaces, the first of its kind in the UK, has scooped a national award. At the Landscape Institute Awards ceremony in London earlier this month, it was announced winner of the Local Landscape Planning category.
Take part in a new on-line survey to find out what local people think of the Nene Valley! What's your favourite place in the Nene Valley - is it Stanwick Lakes adventure playground for the kids, or Summer Leys for close-up views of fantastic wildlife?