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Burton: Exploring Without Boundaries

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...

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Author: Emily Lunn

Plant Sale for Wildlife

Back for the 3rd year! A wide selection of plants will be available to encourage wildlife into your gardens; annuals, perennials, herbs... With an adventurous nature trail, tours of the mausoleum, useful tips from our nature experts, delicious home-made cakes there will be something for all to enjoy!

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Author: Lucia Pekarova

Location: Kilmorey Mausoleum,Twickenham, Middlesex

Looking Back over 2019!

2019 has been a busy year for Environment Trust! Find out what we've managed to achieve with your support.

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Author: Francesca Batt

Make a Planter for Bees and Butterflies (two events in April)

We need plants - and plants need bees, butterflies and other insects! Make a planter and a house for pollinating insects to keep on a window ledge or small space at home. For families and all ages. Free, all materials provided. Meet 11 a.m. on Thursday 16th April at the Kitchen Garden, Marble Hill Park, TW1 2NL, near the One O’Clock Club. With English Heritage and National Lottery Heritage Fund and Community Fund.

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Author: Stephen James

Location: Kitchen Garden, Marble Hill Park,near the One O'Clock Club and Adventure Playground,

Green Hubs- Connecting The Green Spaces of South West London

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...

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Author: Francesca Batt

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    2019 has been a busy year for Environment Trust! Find out what we've managed to achieve with your support. Read more

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