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  • click image to view Alkborough Flats

    Alkborough Flats

    In a superb natural setting, where the rivers Trent and Ouse join to form the Humber, Alkborough Flats is an exciting project, which helps prevent thousands of homes from flooding. The site is perfect for lovers of wildlife. By breaching the river defences new habitats have been created, which are a haven for wading birds and wildfowl, making the site an ideal area for bird watching and leisurely walks.
  • click image to view Ancholme Valley Way

    Ancholme Valley Way

    The Ancholme Valley Way is a multi-user path that runs along the River Ancholme and will eventually link Brigg to South Ferriby. Along the pathway you can find information boards with lots of interesting facts about the Ancholme Valley and the River Ancholme: from history, common wildlife and nearby attractions. Work has finished on the […]
  • click image to view Crowle Moors

    Crowle Moors

    Presently the tract of Thorne, Goole, Hatfield and Crowle Moors is but a remnant of the vast complex of bog, fen and moor that once surrounded the head of the Humber estuary including much of North Lincolnshire’s Isle of Axholme. Crowle Moors supports various habitats including lowland raised bog. It is internationally important for the […]
  • click image to view Experience Bottesford

    Experience Bottesford

    Bottesford is a picturesque Anglo – Saxon village to the south of Scunthorpe. Bottesford was named as ‘Bulesforde’ in the Domesday book which means‘ The Ford by the House’ Bottesford is steeped in archaeology from the Romans onwards. It is the start to the Bottesford Beck Linear Park Walk which runs for 3 miles alongside the Beck to […]