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  • Woodberry Wetlands awarded first Green Flag

    Wednesday 19th July, 2017

    A first Green Flag Award for Woodberry Wetlands (credit London Wildlife Trust)

    Nature reserve is one of five London Wildlife Trust sites named among Britain’s best green spaces

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  • New opportunities for young Londoners to work with wildlife

    Monday 17th July, 2017

    credit Abi March

    A new partnership to help young people get involved with nature conservation

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  • Reconnect with the Thames at TideFest

    Wednesday 12th July, 2017

    River dipping on the Thames

    TideFest 2017 gives Londoners chance to discover more about mighty river

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  • London Assembly’s Park Life report welcomed

    Thursday 6th July, 2017

    Brockwell Park

    Park life: ensuring green spaces remain a hit with Londoners

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  • Bringing an ancient landscape back to life

    Wednesday 5th July, 2017

    Sydenham Hill Wood (credit Daniel Greenwood)

    London Wildlife Trust receives £699,000 from National Lottery players to revive the Great North Wood

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  • The 'Dragonfly Detectives' return for a second season

    Monday 19th June, 2017

    Four-spotted chaser at Gutteridge Wood (credit Roger Taylor)

    Join London Wildlife Trust’s search for the capital’s dragonflies and damselflies

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  • Exploring the wildlife of the Welsh Harp

    Friday 2nd June, 2017

    Welsh Harp Brent Reservoir © Catherine Cullen

    Volunteers from London Wildlife Trust recently took to the water with members of Phoenix Canoe Club to explore the fabulous wildlife of the Welsh Harp (Brent) Reservoir. Using bell boats and canoes they enjoyed great views of the reservoir, while keeping a safe distance from nesting birds to avoid disturbing them.

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  • New poll reveals London’s city-dwellers love nature – but don’t get enough of it

    Thursday 1st June, 2017

    credit Terry Whittaker

    30 Days Wild challenge from London Wildlife Trust helps people enjoy nature every day

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  • Londoners invited to join ‘stag do’

    Wednesday 31st May, 2017

    Stag beetles fighting in Peckham (credit Simon de Glanville)

    Help London Wildlife Trust celebrate this year’s stag beetle season

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  • Help us piece together Crane Park’s explosive past

    Monday 22nd May, 2017

    The Shot Tower (credit Sneha Singh)

    Appeal for volunteers and information to help create exhibition celebrating nature reserve’s history

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