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Parkgate Pool before Parkgate Project 2011
These areas were good for breeding mosquitoes - they are shallow, well-vegetated and innaccessible to fish ... the work to open up these pools has just begun (July 2011) and will open up these areas, thus reducing the problems. This is a joint project between Cheshire West & Chester Council, Neston...
20 Jul 2011
Natural Solution to Pest-y Parkgate Problem
A 13-tonne excavator has begun a large-scale project to naturally reduce the numbers of biting insects at Parkgate on the Dee Estuary. Parkgate is an amazing place for wildlife with nature lovers coming from miles around to see the dramatic high tide spectacles. However, not all of the wildlife is...
18 Jul 2011
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