If you've got a dog or cat - listen up - new research shows that flea treatments could be bad news for the aquatic environment And if you're looking for something to make you smile, you should listen up too, with the news that Water Voles are returning to the River Ver Photo credit: Jonathan [...]
Affinity Water is launching a new challenge to St.Albans Residents to Get Water Fit. Affinity Water director, Jake Rigg, explains - including how to save, save, save by getting help with that leaky loo Plus, why heavy rain isn't as good for the RIver Ver as you might have thought.
Hear all the action from some of the biggest environmental protests that St.Albans - the September 20th Climate Strike and the World Rivers Day Protest in the Park. And Dan Fletcher of St.Albans RSPB wants us to set aside time to Let Nature Sing.
John Pritchard highlights the pitiful state of our river, the Ver, and how you can help by answering some questions. And whilst many people can’t wait for 5G to arrive in St.Albans one local resident is so concerned that she’s petitioning the council. Find out why.
With the start of Plastic Free July, Sandy Gibb of Plastic Free St.Albans explains how you can help St.Albans to become a Plastic Free City, and John Pritchard of the Ver Valley Society explains why it’s time to get tough on water.
The drama is beginning to unfold on Verulamium Lake, and Dan Fletcher of St.Albans RSPB joins Amanda Yorwerth to talk about this year’s Heron Watch. But without the River Ver, the herons would be looking for a home. John Pritchard of the Ver Valley Society gives an update on this important river and how it [...]
The plans to revive stretches of the internationally important River Ver have not received universal welcome. In this show we hear from Keith Reynolds, Chair of the Cottonmill and Nunnery Allotment Association about what allotment holders have to loose and why they're still unhappy.
In this Environment Matters you can hear Louise Palmer of St.Albans District Council explain how you can avoid fly tipping fines (harder than it sounds) and John Pritchard of the Ver Valley Society describes the proposals for Verulamium Lakes and the River Ver and how they will help this internationally rare chalk stream river.
The lakes in Verulamium Park are looking worse than ever. What's happened to the plans promised to sort out them and the River Ver that we were promised at the beginning of the year? Martin Freason from the Ver Valley Society explains. Plus, local entrepreneur Ruby Raut tells us about the launch of the UK's [...]