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Tag Archives: river
Trev recently visited Boscastle to see how one of England’s best known coastal villages was getting on following a catastrophic flood event in 2004. Continue reading
It’s Valentine’s Day! Show some love to your river! Continue reading
Trev Bond explains that rivers flood, and that this is entirely normal Continue reading
What happens to a river when you remove a weir or a sluice? Continue reading