CCRI film nominated for award

CCRI film nominated for award

A film which the CCRI helped to make has been nominated for a Stroud Community TV Award. From over 2,200 films, the public has nominated their best films in seven different categories. Rural Sustainable Drainage – Natural Flood Management in the Stroud Valleys has been nominated as one of the best Green Films of 2015. The film relates to work that the CCRI undertook with Stroud District Council to tackle floods and help wildlife on the streams of the Stroud valleys.

Introducing natural flood management: protecting people and enhancing wildlife

Introducing natural flood management: protecting people and enhancing wildlife

This blog post should have been started a while ago – for the moment I did, the ferocious rain seems to have died down. Nevertheless we now know that December 2015 was the wettest month on record, not that this is any consolation for much of northern England and Scotland. Now is the period for offering proposals to make sure ‘it does not happen again’, not that this is really possible but we should try.