Topics discussed included the recent River Great Ouse
pollution event, the historic challenges of flooding, the rights and responsibilities of riparian owners who live adjacent to the river, and how the river and flood management could be improved through future development and the proposed East West expressway.
Flowers left by the River Great Ouse
in Bedford, close to where mother-of-three Leanne Gordon drowned
Publication of the Framework coincides with the imminent completion of the first 'on the ground' project in the Park--a new three kilometre surfaced trail along the River Great Ouse
of Cambridge's research excavations in the marshland environs of Haddenham, Cambridgeshire, along the lower fenland reaches of the River Great Ouse
. They focus on long-term construction of the cultural landscape, regional environmental adaptation, and the changing interrelationship and constitution of ritual settlement over time.
His body was found in the River Great Ouse
on the outskirts of the town after police were called by a member of the public.
Miss Kent, 19, of Witchford, Cambridge, Daniel Davy, 15, of nearby Ely, and Samual Murphy, also 15, of Ely, drowned after the Vauxhall Cavalier crashed into the River Great Ouse
at Littleport, Cambs, on December 16, 2003.
Don Eke, 67, from Norfolk, is practising for the charity feat he hopes to carry out over the River Great Ouse
in his home town in September.
Eileen McKay, 20, who was in her final year at Jordanhill College, Glasgow, died along with her boyfriend in the late-night tragedy on the River Great Ouse
in Cambridgeshire on April 21.
The pounds 200 million programme also includes plans to build Britain's first canal in more than 100 years with the construction of 17-mile stretch linking the River Great Ouse
at Bedford to the Grand Union Canal at Milton Keynes.
Open water swimmer Matt Clarke, 31, of Milton Keynes, Bucks, who regu-larly has a dip in the River Great Ouse
"I'm not really worried, but I will be keeping an eye out for them."
Last autumn the Environment Agency saidthey feared several Zander had been illegally introduced to the Tees from the River Great Ouse
in contradiction of the Wildlife and Country Act.