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Wire Mill Fish
Some people have noticed that fish are sick and dying in Wire Mill Dam. Notices will be going up urgently at the dam to explain that, sadly, the perch and some other susceptible fish species have been hit by "white spot". There is no cure and fishing has temporarily been suspended to let the disease run its course and for the dead fish to be removed. It will hit hundreds of the fish stock and will look devastating.
Chris Keeling, the licence holder, has done all the right things very promptly: the Environment Agency and Council staff were involved as soon as the outbreak was spotted. This a fish specific infection so no danger to human beings.
The varying extremes of temperature which we have seen over the recent weeks has favoured this disease and it is as suddenly affecting other Sheffield ponds too.
Ann le Sage
The Sheffield Telegraph carried a story about our January Walk which was led by Sue Turner.
For details of future walks please see the calendar above for dates and details.
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Where we are;
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Porter Valley News is our regular newsletter with news and the latest information about what is happening in the valley and in FoPV
You can download the latest edition April 2016 here.
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