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

Plogging - pick up litter while you jog!

The first Monday of every month at 9am, come Plogging! Jogging while you pick up litter, with a qualified Athletics England Run Leader. All levels welcome. Get healthy and support your local environment.


Author: Berny Simcox

Washington Marathon

One of our wonderful volunteers is running the Washington Marathon to support our important conservation work. As with all small charities we rely heavily on the generosity of our supporters, so please sponsor James and support our work.


Author: Berny Simcox

Target amount: £3,000.00

Amount raised: £110.00


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

  • Plant Sale for Wildlife

    Sunday 28th April: Bring wildlife into your gardens by coming to our Plant Sale! We will be selling a wide range of plants which encourage and sustain local wildlife including annuals, biennials, perennial, herbs and MANY more. Read more

  • Secret Art Sale 2019

    28th - 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. Read more

Latest Stories

  • Christmas at Kilmorey

    Kilmorey Mausoleum is an extraordinary place. It looked magical dressed for Christmas on a dark clear evening! We had mulled wine, children singing carols, Father Christmas in his grotto, and crafts for sale.  We always get lots of visitors on the rare occasions when Kilmorey can be opened to the public, and it’s clear there’s huge interest in this Twickenham curiosity. Read more

  • Good things come in Trees

    Thanks to the Woodland Trust from whom we received hundreds of various species of seedlings, we were able to vegetate much of the surrounding area of Berrylands Nature Reserve with our friends' group! Read more

  • River clean up

    Local business volunteers join the Environment Trust and Be Richmond to clean the river during the draw-off Read more