New cattle crossing installed in Tanners Beck
Good water quality in the streams and rivers across The Mulgrave Estate is one of the key environmental drivers for estate management. The Estate have been working recently with the Environment Agency to maintain and enhance water quality wherever possible. A new cattle crossing point has just been installed in Tanners Wood Beck enabling livestock to reach other parts of the grazing land on the Estate without polluting the watercourse. 200 concrete sleepers now provide a solid surface walkway between 2 farms whilst new fencing and gates corral livestock through to the adjacent fields. The materials were provided by the Environment Agency as part of the Sandsend Bathing Water Quality initiative which is committed to improving water quality in the catchment.