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Flood Expo 2017

Flood Expo is taking place on the 27th & 28th of September. The Environment Agency, UN Climate Change, N.A.S.A (Disaster Prediction), The MOD, The MET Office and 220 other expert speakers and 370 suppliers are all meeting at the ExCeL, London to discuss solving...

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Catchment Partnership Meeting

Thanks to everyone who got involved with the Tamar Catchment Partnership meeting, held at the Tamar Valley Centre at the end of July. The meeting was attended by a great number of our partners, representing a variety of interests - including DEFRA groups, Dartmoor...

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AHDB Knowledge Exchange Event

On Wednesday, the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) held a farmer workshop near Launceston. The hosting farm is one of the farms from partnership project Upstream Thinking, and the event gave an insight into what’s going on at the farm and why,...

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Tamar Catchment Partnership meeting – 31st July

We're holding a Tamar Catchment Partnership meeting on the 31st July at the Tamar Valley Centre, Drakewells. This meeting is open to all partners, and we will be celebrating successful projects from across the Tamar catchment, including some organised by the...

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And the winner is……..

We are delighted to announce that the winner of this years competition is Rowena Millar from Kelly Bray. We loved the detail on this vibrant Dragonfly and felt it really captures the unique spirit of the Tamar. Her beautiful picture was...

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TaMARK Photo Competition

What does the Tamar mean to you? A ferry trip, a riverside sunset, muddy wellies or brushing your teeth in the morning. The Tamar means something different to all of us. This summer we want to find out just how far the river runs through all our lives, so we can keep...

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Making TaMARKs @ Port Eliot Festival

“We’re not from Devon or Cornwall – we’re all Tamar people.” Welcome to our first ‘Tamar-On-Tour’ blog from the TaMARK Campaign Team (aka Hazel, Lucy and Nick from Westcountry Rivers Trust). So, where to start…?! Having just finished packing away the gazebo,...

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Your Tamar needs you…!

Paint, photograph and share your Tamar tales this summer. The Tamar Partnership is on a mission to capture the spirit of the Tamar River and celebrate all of the ways, the iconic river supports your communities and we need your help. Come along to one of six ‘Make...

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Make Your TaMARK

Stretching 60 miles from source to sea and reaching into both Devon and Cornwall, the river Tamar shapes our history, our lives and our identities. From the patchwork fields, moorland and skylines that surround us, to the food we eat, the businesses we run and the...

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