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  • Grasslands in west London benefit from £37k grant

    Monday 30th July, 2018

    Yeading Brook Meadows (credit Tom Hayward)

    Boost from Heathrow Community Fund for London Wildlife Trust’s conservation work in Hillingdon

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  • Help prevent fires on London’s greenspaces

    Monday 23rd July, 2018

    A parched Huckerby's Meadows in Cranford (credit Simon Hawkins)

    Several weeks of hot and dry weather have created a severe fire risk across the city’s natural open spaces

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  • River opens for wildlife at Stafford Road Open Space

    Wednesday 4th July, 2018

    The Mayor of Hillingdon (centre) at the launch of the river meanders project

    Joint project with Hillingdon Council and Environment Agency helps improve wildlife habitats on the Yeading Brook

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  • Tidefest programme goes live!

    Friday 29th June, 2018

    Paddleboarders at Tidefest 2017

    Come and 'enjoy the river' at Tidefest 2018

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  • Wildlife sites threatened by Government’s ‘yes’ to Heathrow Airport expansion

    Wednesday 6th June, 2018

    Huckerby's Meadows (credit Shirelle Hawkins)

    A statement from London Wildlife Trust on the Transport Secretary's approval this week of a third runway at Heathrow

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  • Ponds help Dragonfly Detectives crack the case

    Friday 1st June, 2018

    Red veined darter at Woodberry Wetlands (credit Chris Farthing)

    Gardens ponds prove fruitful for London Wildlife Trust’s citizen science survey of dragonflies and damselflies

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  • New London Environment Strategy has laudable ambitions but there is still work to do

    Friday 1st June, 2018

    Kestrel and aeroplane over London by Daniel Greenwood

    London Wildlife Trust on the publication of the Mayor’s London Environment Strategy this week.

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  • ‘Thunder beetles’ show strength of capital’s ecology

    Friday 18th May, 2018

    Stag beetle in a Penge garden (credit Chris Keniger)

    London’s stag beetles defy European declines to make a home in the city

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  • Live and let dead wood lie

    Wednesday 25th April, 2018

    Dead wood at Gutteridge Wood (credit Val Borrell)

    Dead wood brings wildlife to Gutteridge Wood in Hillingdon

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  • Local elections 2018: Demand council candidates support nature

    Monday 16th April, 2018

    Kestrel chicks (credit Philip Braude)

    Challenge your local election candidates to stand up for London's wildlife

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