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  • Woodland made more accessible – for people and wildlife

    Monday 11th April, 2016

    New footpath at Ten Acre Wood (credit Oliver Kennedy)

    Ten Acre Wood now has new paths and restored freshwater ditches thanks to £25,000 grant

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  • Vote for our Wild Talent programme to win £15,000 from RBS Skills and Opportunities Fund

    Friday 8th April, 2016

    Kristy taking part in our Wild Talent training programme

    Urban nature conservation is challenging. To meet the challenge London Wildlife Trust is training a new breed of urban conservationists, men and women who may not fit the mould of the traditional conservationist, but who are just as passionate about wildlife and nature.

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  • Tookie lends a helping hoof to haul timber at Saltbox Hill

    Thursday 24th March, 2016

    Tookie, a Comtois horse, hauling timber at Saltbox Hill (credit James Cracknell)

    A six-year-old Comtois working horse called Tookie helped haul heavy timber at London Wildlife Trust’s Saltbox Hill nature reserve, Biggin Hill, Bromley on Tuesday 22nd March.

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  • Stag beetle gets a political champion as Seb Dance MEP lends his support to Britain's biggest beetle

    Thursday 24th March, 2016

    Stag beetle Species Champion Seb Dance MEP, talking to Peter Haldane of the Wimb

    The stag beetle now has its own political representative in Europe. London MEP Seb Dance has become an advocate for the endangered beetle, by becoming a “Species Champion” at a visit to Wimbledon Common.

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  • Children’s outdoor learning sessions launched in Peckham

    Friday 18th March, 2016

    Nick Baker introduces a toad to children (credit Lyndsey Young)

    Players of People’s Postcode Lottery are now funding ‘Wild about Learning’ school events

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  • Wildlife and the EU referendum

    Monday 14th March, 2016

    Shovelers (credit London Wildlife Trust)

    London Wildlife Trust was formed to act as a voice for wildlife in the capital. We work on, and advocate for, the necessary mechanisms to protect and sustain London’s natural heritage, and to facilitate people’s access to nature for London’s collective well-being.

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  • Vole Patrol volunteers needed in west London

    Wednesday 2nd March, 2016

    Vole Patrol: Yellow necked mouse. Credit: Phil Winter

    Animal lovers can help London Wildlife Trust record small mammals at woodland sites

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  • Environmental groups challenge next mayor to make London a greener, healthier city

    Monday 29th February, 2016

    London from Primrose Hill by Duncan Harris

    A coalition of the UK’s leading environmental groups, including The Wildlife Trusts, the National Trust, WWF, RSPB and Greenpeace*, are today calling for the next mayor to commit to a greener London during their term.

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  • Helping barn owls bounce back in west London

    Saturday 27th February, 2016

    Barn owl by Margaret Holland

    Barn owls could be about to make a comeback in west London – and with the help of local shoppers in Ealing, London Wildlife Trust will create the perfect environment for them to do so.

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  • Discover the Great North Wood – south London’s forgotten landscape

    Tuesday 16th February, 2016

    Brockwell Park, part of the Great North Wood

    London Wildlife Trust is inviting members of the public, of all ages, to join them in Brockwell Park on Friday 19th February 2016 to plant a new generation of trees as part of the development of their new Great North Wood project, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).

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