SOWE

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SOWEShared Object Working Environment (programming environment)
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"Anyone wishing to help on our volunteer days please visit www.friendsofsowevalley.org for all the latest news along the Sowe Valley and our timetable of events."
Generally the readings along the Sowe all fell within safe levels, although investigations at a number of manhole covers found very high levels of tryptophan, suggesting that toilets may have been plumbed in incorrectly at some homes and waste was heading straight for the river.
Anna Squires from Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, which co-ordinates the Sowe Valley Volunteers, said: "To know that there is still the underlying problem of people misconnecting their household appliances and causing high levels of pollution is so sad, as the river can only truly become clean when the water itself is free from household and industrial pollution."
Anna Squires, Sowe Valley Project co-ordinator at WWT, said: "The event was well attended by local residents who were able to learn more about how their local green spaces are going to change including the banks of the River Sowe.
"The River Sowe offers a valuable corridor for wildlife in the north east of Coventry.
The Spirit Quarters development, which will see the creation of 3,300 homes over the next 15 years, is adjacent to the River Sowe.
Speaking on behalf of the BKW partnership, Richard Moore of Keepmoat Homes, said: "We are proud to support the Sowe Valley Project which is benefitting the locality.
Work undertaken will include a new natural play area, providing a recreational space for children and families, improvements to the footpath along the River Sowe and the introduction of a cycle way.
Claire Cunniffe, Warwickshire Wildlife Trust community manager, said: "The Access to Nature funding for the Sowe Valley project will enable Warwickshire Wildlife Trust to work with local people to improve and enhance the Sowe Valley corridor through Coventry, creating a living landscape for both people and wildlife."