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


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Environment Trust is an established buildings preservation and natural environment conservation charity operating in the London Boroughs of Richmond, Kingston and Hounslow. We educate, empower and mobilise people to improve, preserve and protect their neighbourhoods for the benefit of nature and people everywhere.

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Author: Stephen James

How you can look after the wildlife on your doorstep this winter

Everyone with a garden can support wildlife this winter and create a haven for birds and animals. Many of our well-loved species such as hedgehogs are in decline, which is why Environment Trust is promoting wildlife-friendly gardening to encourage people to protect the nature on their doorsteps. Come to "Twitter Park – food for the birds!"n on 29th Oct, free family event.

Published:

Author: Stephen James

Our impact in 2018

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Conservation days

4024

Volunteers and participants in activities

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Number of sites improved

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