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Maintaining navigability of Pocklington Canal with dredging adjacent to heritage lock.

Tree clearance required to restore health fo SSSI Muxton Marsh.

Continuing work with Shropshire Wildlife Trust to restore rare lowland bog habitat.

Habitat enhancements carried out as part of Living Floodplains Project 

This small scheme at Wightwick Manor, for the National Trust, involved improving access around the Rose Garden with construction of a new metal edged path.

WM Longreach are proud to be part of Shropshire Wildlife Trusts, Worfe on the Wildside Scheme, aiming to restore a section of the River Worfe running through the Apley Estate at Beckbury.

WM Longreach have returned to Newport Canal to repair 152m of eroded banks and dangerous pegs.

WM Longreach returned once more Newton Park this month to dredge the Upper Pool within the Capability Brown designed grounds of Bath Spa University; improving its hydrology and health whilst also creating a silt trap to safeguard the main lake from future issues.

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