Habitats & Heritage, formed by the merger of Environment Trust and South West London Environment Network, will build on the work of both charities to achieve greater impact for natural and built heritage in South West London. Read more
Environment Trust is an environment and heritage charity based in South West London. We run local volunteer projects that bring people together to look after and enjoy the natural environment, green spaces and built heritage where they live. Read more
In the heart of suburban London is a forgotten nature reserve called Raeburn Open Space where an exciting nature conservation project is underway. With the engagement of the local community and funding from Thames Water, we are transforming this five hectare site in Surbiton. Read more
"Protecting nature starts locally. Everything you do to protect or develop habitat in your urban area has a knock on effect for wildlife and biodiversity much further afield. Local conservation charities such as Environment Trust play a vital role and can help guide you to be part of the solution. Please support them in any way you can", Gordon Buchanan - Wildlife filmmaker, presenter and Environment Trust Patron. Read more
Secret Art Sale 2020 - Artists and Titles Revealed!
Inspired by the adventures of the Victorian explorer, Sir Richard Burton, the Trust is encouraging everyone to get outside and explore South West London. Join us on the adventure...
Environment Trust is aiming to restore the Grade II Listed Thames Eyot boathouse and remove it from the Heritage at Risk Register. We are working with key stakeholders to deliver a heritage conservation project that will benefit the whole community.
In our latest project aiming to support wildlife across South West London, we are creating a series of 'Green Hubs' to create a stepping stone effect connecting together larger green spaces. Find out what we are doing and how you and your space can benefit...
As Lockdown measures eased back in June, the explorer, author and photographer joined us outside the Burton Mausoleum. We discussed Levison's adventures as well as the influence Burton has had on his expeditions.
Volunteering session are open to all current Nature conservation volunteers and Current Duke of Edinburgh Volunteers.
Feed the Birds! Thursday 29th October. Book a session for you and up to four others. Make a Bird Cake and learn about garden birds in winter! All ages welcome. Free. Please note we will be using some allergenic materials including nuts. Free. Enquiries: [email protected] This event is part of English Heritage's Marble Hill Revived programme funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Current Covid-19 regulations apply. Read more
As part of Richmond Literature Festival 2020, hear from Diana Darke about her new book, Stealing from the Saracens. This event forms part of our project Burton: Exploring Without Boundaries Read more
We spoke to our Patron, Axel Scheffler, about why he supports the work of the Trust Read more
When a colleague spotted a small mausoleum in Hanwell Cemetery that looked very similar to our own Kilmorey Mausoleum, it got us thinking! Was there a connection? Volunteer Anne Logie investigated. Read more
As Lockdown measures eased back in June, the explorer, author and photographer joined us outside the Burton Mausoleum. We discussed Levison's adventures as well as the influence Burton has had on his expeditions. Read more