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Final preparations are taking place to begin the largest river restoration project in Europe. The £20m scheme aims to reopen more than 150 miles of the River Severn, making it easier for endangered fish to reach their spawning grounds. The Environment Agency wants to reintroduce shad to the river, said to be one of King Henry III’s favourite fish. Many species vanished after weirs were installed as they prevented migration. The project will also see England’s only fish viewing gallery built at Diglis Weir in Worcester.
Four fish passes will be installed which will allow fish to travel past the blockages, in Worcestershire; open up the River Teme to fish at two locations near Worcester; and improve access at a weir on the Severn near Tewkesbury. (Source: BBC News)