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Wettest autumn in 23 years in the East

As 2024 gets underway, the effects of a supremely wet autumn are still very much being felt across much of the countryside in the east.  With meteorologists confirming it as being the wettest alumni period for 23 years in the Eastern counties, it has left many fields under water – with crops struggling to survive

New Environmental Projects Manager position created

To kick start the new year, we are excited to announce the appointment of Chris Bielby in the position of Environmental Projects Manager within our business.  This brand new position has been created to help our business grow and develop further within the environmental sector – where demand for our services has grown significantly over

Wet Autumn offering rapid payback on drainage investment

In early October, the weather patterns shifted dramatically after a comparatively balmy September period which had seen plenty of sunshine and warmth.  As we head towards the end of the year and Christmas, conditions have turned from being dry and dusty to incredibly wet. Many locations in East Anglia recording between 3 and 4 times

Langham Wetland Project in The Times Newspaper

The Langham Wetland Project which William Morfoot Ltd was involved in building has gained the attention of the National Press.  The Times newspaper has recently visited the project which we were involved in constructing throughout late 2022 and early 2023. The wetland is designed to improved water quality with a a number of new ‘cells’

Wetland works grab the headlines

A project that our teams have been involved in has featured in the newspaper in recent weeks!  Works on the Pudding Norton wetland – which is located on the headwaters to the River Wensum have seen our teams introducing new meanders to the river and creating new habitats for wildlife to thrive amongst.  The works