Industry and Nature in Harmony

Archive of: 2015

Posted 01 October 2015

In January 2011 three artists, Lynn Baker (glassmaker), Soo Durham (ceramicist) and Bob Armstrong (painter), began a walk along the South bank of the Humber...

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Posted 18 September 2015

The Little Tern is a rare breeding bird in the UK and the Humber area currently has a single colony that has been present for many years. The colony is at Easington, which is just a little north of Spurn at the Estuary mouth.

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Posted 01 July 2015

For the second successive year a pair of rare and endangered Montagu’s harriers has returned to the Humber to nest...

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Posted 25 June 2015

These newsletters provide an update on work taking place and/or planned to help reduce the risk of flooding to people and properties on the South Humber Bank and in Hull and East Riding.

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Posted 08 June 2015

The Humber Hounds is dedicated to helping you and your dog enjoy the Humber Estuary, whilst protecting this special area and its wildlife...

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Posted 05 March 2015

Youngsters from Immingham’s Oasis Academy are amongst those getting the benefit of Total Lindsey Oil Refinery’s membership of Humber Nature Partnership with their use of Burkinshaw’s Covert Local Wildlife Site for education.

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