Industry and Nature in Harmony

Latest News from the Humber

Posted 02 September 2016

Beach Watch is coming to Cleethorpes on Friday 16th September 2016. VANEL are calling for volunteers to give their time and help litter pick on the day to help restore and preserve our beautiful coastline. VANEL employees Victoria Russell and Helen Pickett will be there on the day supporting the event, armed with black bags and wellies. Why not go along and give them a hand?

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Posted 27 June 2016

The Humber Nature App encourages residents living around the Humber Estuary and visitors to better understand, enjoy, protect and enhance the estuary’s wonderful natural environment. To help us in this aim we have just launched a Humber Nature App which...

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Posted 25 May 2016

High paw for the 217 dogs that walked across the Humber Bridge on the 22nd May. The walk, organised by Humber Hounds project, aimed to have as many different types of dog walk across the Humber Bridge in one day, and over 100 were recorded.

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Posted 21 March 2016

Data is vital for all of our work on the Humber Estuary. The Humber Nature Partnership is undertaking a survey to understand what environmental data is collected on the estuary. This is your opportunity as an organisation to feed into a project which could achieve major resource efficiencies in the future from identify existing data sources to opening up partnership opportunities for data collection

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Posted 18 February 2016

River basin management plans set out the priorities for protecting and improving the water environment to achieve benefits for the economy and to people’s health and wellbeing. These plans form an important part of the collaborative and integrated approach to catchment planning for water.

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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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