The rivers Beane and Mimram – two precious chalk streams under threat. They need our help.
Welcome to the website of the Beane and Mimram catchment partnership, and the home of the Beane/Mimram Catchment Management Plan. Our Catchment Plan will improve these rivers for wildlife and for people. It will also help us to meet the UK's obligations under the Water Framework Directive.
We will be working to improve four main aspects of the Beane and Mimram:
Catchment areas of the Beane and Mimram Rivers
Latest news and updates
We're delighted to announce that the national rollout of the Catchment Based Approach will be launched from Singler's Marsh, in the Mimram catchment.
The date of the rollout will be confirmed shortly when Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust & the Environment Agency will be hosting a visit by Richard Benyon, Natural Environment & Fisheries Minister.
Join our working parties and help rid the rivers of Himalayan Balsam!
The invasive species Himalayan Balsam causes huge problems for our rivers. Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust are planning several working parties this summer to pull Himlayan Balsam from key locations within the catchments.
Mimram project 19, 'Windows of Vision' at Singlers Marsh, Welwyn, has been completed!
Another project on the Catchment Plan is now green!