We work to restore our threatened natural and historical heritage in South and West  London which connects and enriches fragmented, degraded and isolated historic and green spaces, and which are accessible and inviting to all, to explore, co-create, actively experience and feel part of.


Secret Art Sale 2020

9am Sat 26th - 5pm Wed 30th September 2020 Now in its fifth 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. Read more to contribute or attend.

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Author: Lucia Pekarova

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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

Secret Art Sale - Art Auction 2020

Every year a few larger wonderful art works are kindly donated for an Art Auction (part of the Secret Art Sale). Bids close at 9pm on Sunday 4th October.

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Author: Stephen James

Thames Eyot Boathouse

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.

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Author: Berny Simcox

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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

Explore: In Conversation With Levison Wood

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.

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Latest events

  • Practical volunteering sessions

    Volunteering session are open to all current Nature conservation volunteers and Current Duke of Edinburgh Volunteers. Read more

  • Secret Art Sale 2020

    9am Sat 26th - 5pm Wed 30th September 2020 Now in its fifth 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. Read more to contribute or attend. Read more

  • A home for bees!

    A home for bees! Loss of habitat is one of the main reasons that bee populations are in long-term decline. Anybody who has the use of some outdoor space can help with planting, shelter and feeding. Come to our Zoom session to learn about the Marble Hill beehives and how we can all help bees to thrive. Make a bee hotel from everyday materials. Read more

Latest Stories

  • Hanwell's Mini Kilmorey Mausoleum

    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

  • Explore: In Conversation With Levison Wood

    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

  • Explore: Local History with Adventure Lab

    The Thames winds through Richmond and East Twickenham to St Margarets on an undulating route reflecting the twists and turns of history that has formed this fascinating area of London. Follow the new Environment Trust heritage trails to find out the stories behind famous landmarks and discover hidden treasures. Read more