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  • Wild Talent training project receives £15,000 grant from NatWest Skills & Opportunities Fund

    Thursday 2nd June, 2016

    Wild Talent training project receives from £15,000 grant from the NatWest Skills

    London Wildlife Trust’s Wild Talent project has been successful in securing a grant of £15,000 from NatWest’s recently launched Skills & Opportunities Fund, thanks largely to a public vote that recognised the important work of our Wild Talent conservation trainees, who would typically face barriers to working in the conservation sector without the support of the Trust.

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  • David Lindo, the Urban Birder, becomes first ambassador for London Wildlife Trust

    Wednesday 1st June, 2016

    David Lindo, the Urban Birder, at Woodberry Wetlands

    London is surprisingly rich in wildlife. The city’s parks, gardens and open spaces support more species than many parts of the surrounding countryside, from the familiar London fox to rarer species such as London rocket and the peregrine falcon, the fastest animal on earth.

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  • Volunteers scoop prize at woodland awards

    Friday 27th May, 2016

    Acorn award for Gunnersbury Triangle volunteers

    Gunnersbury Triangle team recognised at City Hall ceremony after decades of hard work

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  • Help save London’s stunning stag beetles

    Friday 20th May, 2016

    Stag beetle by Neil Phillips

    At the start of the stag beetle season London Wildlife Trust is asking Londoners to report sightings of this globally-endangered species.

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  • Children’s outdoor learning sessions launched in Hackney

    Friday 20th May, 2016

    Children at Woodberry Wetlands

    Woodberry Wetlands now hosting ‘Wild about Learning’ school events funded by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.

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  • Boris talked the talk, will Sadiq walk the walk?

    Tuesday 10th May, 2016

    City Hall and the City © Copyright Pierre Terre

    At London Wildlife Trust we are looking forward to engaging with the new Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, to ensure that nature and wildlife remain a key part of London’s growth and development over the next four years.

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  • Celebrating Sir David Attenborough, President Emeritus of The Wildlife Trusts

    Saturday 7th May, 2016

    Sir David Attenborough at Woodberry Wetlands nature reserve. Image by Don Lewis

    Sir David Attenborough turns 90 today, 8th May 2016, just one week after honouring us by opening Woodberry Wetlands, London Wildlife Trust's latest nature reserve.

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  • Sir David Attenborough opens Woodberry Wetlands nature reserve, hidden for almost 200 years

    Sunday 1st May, 2016

    Sir David Attenborough opens Woodberry Wetlands nature reserve,

    Sir David Attenborough joined London Wildlife Trust to celebrate the opening of Woodberry Wetlands on Saturday 30th April. The new wetland reserve has been created around the East Reservoir in Stoke Newington, built in 1833 and closed to the public ever since.

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  • Sir David Attenborough opens wild haven in London, unseen for almost 200 years

    Friday 29th April, 2016

    Woodberry Wetlands

    New nature oasis – free for all to enjoy

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  • What we're asking the next Mayor of London to commit to

    Friday 22nd April, 2016

    Canary Wharf (credit Mathew Frith)

    The next Mayor of London has the opportunity to make the environment a key part of their mayoral agenda.

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