Click on the images below to find out more about the projects we're delivering in partnership with a range of organisations along the Nene Valley. They are roughly put into three themes; Listen to the Past, Explore the Now and Secure the Future, but all projects have some elements of each theme in them.
Listen to the Past
A hands-on heritage project at Stanwick Lakes country park, celebrating the variety of communities who have made the Nene Valley their home over the last 5,000 years.
A project working with Screen Northants to document and promote the Nenescape using film.
Unveiling the heritage beneath your feet at Nene Park in Peterborough.
An exciting launch to Nenescape comprising three concerts of a specially-composed piece of music about the Nene.
A small grants scheme fro community groups to help tell stories of the Nene.
A project to research the landscape and bring together public engagement across Nenescape.
Explore the Now
A mental wellbeing project which will use the work of John Clare and the natural environment to promote creativity.
An exciting project with the University of Nottingham, using art and technology to bring Rushden’s heritage to life in new ways.
A mixed-media archive of people’s connections to the River Nene.
A nine-day annual festival celebrating the wildlife, heritage and culture of the Nene Valley.
Working with the Environment Agency and Destination Nene Valley to improve facilities for waterway users on the River Nene.
A project to revitalise the Greenway in Rushden, with improved signage and habitats.
Secure the Future
Our hosts, River Nene Regional Park, leading a project to restore backwaters of the Nene.
Community engagement with anglers, improving fishing practices and delivering education programmes.
A programme of training, apprenticeships and opportunities to develop skills within the partnership.
A grants scheme to improve wildflower and wetland meadows and engage the public with these habitats.