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

Endangered Species Day - how you can help protect bees

On May 17th it is Endangered Species Day, which is an opportunity for people of all ages to learn about the importance of protecting endangered species and the everyday actions they can take to help protect species at risk, such as bees.


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

  • 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

  • Canbury Gardens Masterplan Workshop

    Environment Trust is supporting LDA Design who are holding a Masterplan Workshop Canbury Gardens in Kingston. This page provides briefing about the consultation. Read more

  • Clothes Swap Event

    We are increasingly aware of the huge environmental impact that the global fashion industry has on our environment. If you are keen take action on your wardrobe, then give the Summer Sales a miss and come along to our first ever Clothes Swap on Friday 2nd August. Read more

Latest Stories

  • Tiny London wildlife homes

    Even tiny corners can become homes for wildlife, providing dot-to-dot connections between larger green spaces for flying insects, birds and foraging mammals like hedgehogs. Read more

  • What Has Gardening for Wildlife Ever Done for Me?

    Jen Bourne writes about Stephen James's (Environment Trust Operations Manager) visit to Royal Paddocks Allotments to lead a discussion on wildlife gardening. Read more

  • Beer in plastic cups? No thanks!!

    This month it is Plastic Free July and the sun is out – hurray! Trustee Rachel Owen has been down to the river to see what we can do to eliminate waste together! Read more