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97. Skerne near Holdforth Bridge

Fishburn to Holdforth Bridge

We’re improving 1.5km of the River Skerne between Fishburn to Holdforth Bridge
97. Skerne near Holdforth Bridge

Fishburn to Holdforth Bridge

We’re improving 1.5km of the River Skerne between Fishburn to Holdforth Bridge
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Ferryhill Carrs

Ferryhill Carrs is a local nature reserve that consists of open water, woodland and wetland habitat that links to Mainsforth Stell and then the Skerne.
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Ferryhill Carrs

Ferryhill Carrs is a local nature reserve that consists of open water, woodland and wetland habitat that links to Mainsforth Stell and then the Skerne.
89. Wetland adjacent to Skerne at Great Burdon

Aycliffe to Skerningham

Aycliffe to Skerningham River Project – So far we have improved a total of 5km within a 10km length of the River Skerne between Aycliffe Village and Great Burdon
89. Wetland adjacent to Skerne at Great Burdon

Aycliffe to Skerningham

Aycliffe to Skerningham River Project – So far we have improved a total of 5km within a 10km length of the River Skerne between Aycliffe Village and Great Burdon
119. Woodham Burn, looking downstream

Woodham Fen

This project focusses on the Woodham Burn watercourse that flows from the Shildon area through Newton Aycliffe and joins the Skerne near Preston-le-Skerne.
119. Woodham Burn, looking downstream

Woodham Fen

This project focusses on the Woodham Burn watercourse that flows from the Shildon area through Newton Aycliffe and joins the Skerne near Preston-le-Skerne.
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Trout in The Town – Darlington

Trout in the Town is a project aimed at enhancing the River Skerne corridor through the centre of Darlington
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Trout in The Town – Darlington

Trout in the Town is a project aimed at enhancing the River Skerne corridor through the centre of Darlington
THE RIVER SKERNE

The River Skerne

The Ancient River Skerne starts near the Trimdons via Hurworth Burn Reservoir then flows south near Fishburn, Bishop Middleham, Sedgefield, Newton Aycliffe and through Darlington.
THE RIVER SKERNE

The River Skerne

The Ancient River Skerne starts near the Trimdons via Hurworth Burn Reservoir then flows south near Fishburn, Bishop Middleham, Sedgefield, Newton Aycliffe and through Darlington.

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