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Wyre Forest Stream-walking survey: an update on progress

  • 13th January 2014

There is an update of progress available on the Wyre Forest Stream-walking blog, which is available here. This update looks at the Ram pumps and boundary stones at the Lem and Tanner’s Brook.

Ram pump on the Lem Brook

Don’t forget you can catch up with our previous posts on this here and here.

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