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

Richmond Park Marathon

A wonderful volunteer is running the Richmond Park Marathon on the 19th May 2019 to help us protect endangered British mammals. As a small charity we rely heavily on the generosity of our supporters, so please sponsor James and support our conservation work.


Author: Berny Simcox

Location: Sheen Gate,Richmond Park, Richmond

Target amount: £1,500.00

Amount raised: £1,020.00


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

  • Free nature walks and gardening at Marble Hill

    This free activity is for adults with learning disabilities and supporters and carers. Choose one of two sessions starting at 11am and 1.30pm. Enjoy a nature walk around Marble Hill park and a short gardening activity in the Kitchen Garden in Marble Hill Park. Questions? Telephone Stephen: 07984 732950. Read more

  • Build a Bee Nursery - Father's Day at Petersham Nurseries

    Build a Bee Nursery at Petersham Nurseries! Encourage bees into your garden by creating a miniature bee-nursery for solitary bees with your children this Father's Day. Read more

  • Free Herbal Workshop: 20 uses for herbs

    Learn about the culinary and other uses for the herbs that are grown commonly in our gardens. Enjoy a tour of the Kitchen Garden in Marble Hill Park and sample the herbs. Read more

Latest Stories

  • Three Men in a Boathouse

    A potted history of Poulett Lodge, Twickenham, by volunteer Anne Logie Read more

  • Please support our Richmond Park Marathon Volunteer

    Our local volunteer, James Simcox, is running the Richmond Park Marathon on Sunday 19th May to raise funds for Environment Trust and help us in our mission to protect British mammals. Please support him. Read more

  • Meet the Trust's very own Star Baker!

    As a keen and very accomplished baker, our new volunteer, Natasha, baked some delicious cakes for our recent Plant Sale at Kilmorey Mausoleum and ran the cake stand. Natasha feels passionately about the environment and was keen to work with us on our projects that make a difference locally. Read more