We are carefully monitoring the coronavirus situation. Our current policy is to carry on with business as usual, in line with the advice of the government and NCVO. We'll be keeping this under daily review. For the moment, we intend to run events as scheduled, subject to the policies of our partners and venues. Should any of our events be postponed or changed we will inform anyone who is registered as soon as possible.
We urge anyone who is concerned about coronavirus to refer to the NHS guidance.
Volunteering session are open to all current Nature conservation volunteers and Current Duke of Edinburgh Volunteers.
Feed the Birds! Thursday 29th October. Book a session for you and up to four others. Make a Bird Cake and learn about garden birds in winter! All ages welcome. Free. Please note we will be using some allergenic materials including nuts. Free. Enquiries: [email protected] This event is part of English Heritage's Marble Hill Revived programme funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Current Covid-19 regulations apply.
As part of Richmond Literature Festival 2020, hear from Diana Darke about her new book, Stealing from the Saracens. This event forms part of our project Burton: Exploring Without Boundaries
Join us to learn about the sustainable use of resources in conserving local heritage and how we can contribute to a sustainable future. Hear about precious resources that have contributed to Marble Hill House. How can we reduce waste - save water - conserve energy - and protect the future of our local heritage as well as the future of the planet? On Zoom, free. Saving Waste and Water is delivered in partnership with English Heritage as part of their programme 'Marble Hill Revived'.