Cheadle Discovery Group are delighted to announce the programme for the unveiling of Cheadle’s new Great War Memorial as follows:
11am-3pm Project exhibition adjacent to site
12.30 pm Community band
Restoration work has started on a village heritage site that has been hidden from view for a hundred years or more.
A campaign by national waterways charity The Inland Waterways Association, to control an invasive plant which causes damage along many canals and rivers, has won the Natural Environment category at the Living Waterways Awards in London on 8th October.
A new invasive species has been found in the River Churnet.
On a sunny October Friday the ARCO Sector Sales Team converged on sleepy Thorswood Nature Reserve to rebuilt a recently collapsed dry stone wall. The team, from as far afield as County Durham and Kent met for a business meeting in Leek on the Thursday.
Severn Trent Water has shown its commitment to Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s Living Landscape in the Churnet Valley with an £85,000 donation.
Applications for environmental land management funding are in full swing, following the launch of the main components of the Countryside Stewardship scheme this month. The government scheme pays landowners and land managers to carry out projects that help the environment.
Come and learn the unique skill of building a herringbone dry stone wall in the beautiful Churnet Valley!