We educate, empower and mobilise people to improve, preserve and protect their neighbourhood for the benefit of nature and people everywhere


We are seeking a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead our environment and heritage conservation charity operating in Richmond, Kingston and Hounslow. Full time £41,500 to £45,000.


Author: Berny Simcox

Secret Art Sale 2019

Sat 28th - Sun 29th Sept: Now in its fourth year, the art sale with a twist is back. Royal Academicians, local artists, art students all kindly donate work but we don't reveal the artist until the art is bought! All art just £40. If you would like to contribute or attend the art exhibition, please read more.




Author: Berny Simcox

Location: The Exchange,75 London Road, Twickenham

Hanworth Air Park 1916-1955 - Heritage Conservation

Explore the history of Hanworth Air Park 1916-1955 in words and images. A Heritage Conservation project funded by Heathrow Community fund.


Author: Berny Simcox

Location: Hanworth Air Park,Unxbridge Road, Hanworth

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Latest events

  • Free Workshop: 20 uses for herbs

    23 June: Learn about the culinary and other uses for the herbs that are grown commonly in our gardens. Enjoy a tour of the Kitchen Garden in Marble Hill Park and sample the herbs. Read more

  • Home Produce Sale for historic Vineyard Passage Burial Ground

    Join Environment Trust and the Friends of Vineyard Passage Burial Ground for the annual Home Produce Sale on 29th June! Read more

  • Kilmorey's Wild Neighbours

    Sunday 21st July. Celebrate the wonderful wildlife on our doorstep and re-connect with nature at historic Kilmorey Mausoleum. Nature trail, tours of the mausoleum, build your own bug hotel, nature experts and much more... Read more

Latest Stories

  • Water and Sustainable Wardrobes

    ‘Sustainable Wardrobes’ are about more than water. But water use is another thing to think about when we are shopping for clothes. Environment Trust is planning a ‘clothes swap event’ to raise awareness of all aspects of this issue. Image: Gigie Cruz-Sy / Greenpeace. Read more

  • Adaobi Ifeanyichukwu – Intern at Environment Trust

    Adaobi Ifeanyichukwu is a student at Kingston University, studying for a Master’s degree in ‘Environmental Management’. As part of her studies she needs to do a placement and is now volunteering with us. Read more

  • Art Picnic at the Kitchen Garden in Marble Hill Park

    Richmond EAL Friendship Group joined in an Art Picnic at the Kitchen Garden in Marble Hill Park. The event was organised by us and led by Richmond EAL and artist Sasa Marinkov. Our hosts were English Heritage, funded by National Lottery Heritage Fund. Read more