The Mimram Catchment Partnership is now on Twitter!  Follow us @MimramCatchment.

Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust have made a short film documenting the recent river restoration project at Singlers Marsh.

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The Rivers Beane and Mimram are the setting for a discussion of where we get our water from and the price, financial and environmental, we pay for it.

Radio 4's John Waite

BBC Radio 4's long-running 'Face the Facts' programme to feature the Beane and Mimram!

The episode, to be broadcast on July 29th, focuses on the issue of over abstraction of our groundwater and the devastating impacts on our chalk rivers.

Charlie Bell

Defra's latest 'Love Your River' blog has been written by Hertfordshire Living Rivers Officer Charlie Bell.

The blog discusses the challenges and successes of the Beane and Mimram Catchment Partnership.

Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust's Charlie Bell was interviewed on BBC Three Counties Radio on 19th Feb. She was talking about our rare local chalk streams, including the Beane and Mimram, and the Catchment Management Plan.

CMP website launch

The article covers the launch of the Parnership website attended by Mayor Helen Bromley, explains the aims of the website, and that this is just the start of the improvement programme for the Mimram and Beane Rivers.

The Friends of the Mimram have called for local people to lobby their water company, to try and increase support for a reduction in abstraction.

Digswell Residents Association work party

The Digswell Residents Association (DRA) have begun an exciting practical restoration project to help revitalise Digswell playing fields and the bordering section of the River Mimram. The DRA is inviting more local people to get involved.

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