The River Mimram - 'the jewel in Hertfordshire's countryside'

Welcome to the website of the River Mimram Catchment Partnership.  The Partnership was formed in 2012 and brings together farmers, landowners, local groups, volunteers, environmental organisations, councils and statutory bodies to improve the river for wildlife and people.  Please visit the Mimram Catchment Management Plan to see what is planned for the river.

Latest news for the River Mimram

A brand new nature trail that takes in some of the best habitat in Welwyn Garden City has today opened at Tewinbury Farm Hotel. Read more...

Places are still available on the last Riverfly training course of 2016 which will be held on Saturday 15 October at Digswell (near Welwyn Garden City) in Hertfordshire. Read more...

HMWT, the Environment Agency and Queen Mary University London are seeking volunteers who would be interested in being trained to conduct the new Modular River Surveys. Read more...

The 2017 Festival of Wildlife will take place on 29th and 30th July.

The 2017 Festival of Wildlife, in association with Herts Natural History Society will once again take place in Tarmac's beautiful Panshanger Park, near Hertford.

The Festival, kindly hosted by Tarmac, will celebrate the rich diversity of wildlife in Hertfordshire and Middlesex.

2017 will see more fantastic walks, talks and children's activities as well as arts, crafts and the chance to meet lots of local conservation organisations.

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Themes and objectives

Theme: FlowFlow - getting more water back into the river.

Theme: QualityImproving the water quality, habitats and wildlife.

Theme: PeopleHelping people appreciate and get the most out of the river.

Theme: MonitoringMeasuring the river's ecological status and monitoring its health.

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