Our Friends at the Grove Park Community Group write Grove Park Community Group (GPCG) wish to invite you to the first of hopefully many events to celebrate the group’s 50th Anniversary – on Saturday 2 July. Please see the flyer and GPCG website for more information.
It's London Rivers Week! Join us to find out more about your local river.
Developing on our popular weekend walks, Creek Know-how features in-depth information about tides, the local historical context, and more. This activity aims to provide further opportunity for understanding the local area and to help people to interact with Deptford Creek.
It's London Rivers Week! Join us for a peaceful morning walk, followed by breakfast and a presentation to learn more about your local river - all before work starts!
The Festival of the Great North Wood will be a celebration of the Wood’s vast history and wildlife with a chance to learn more about why it’s so special. Join a guided walk and find out about local birds, pond life, and butterflies. Witness a spectacular falconry display, a giant interactive bubble show, or get stuck into the games museum. There will be plenty of activities for all the family including face painting, crafts, and music.
Have you ever wondered how a Tiny Forest benefits your community? Find out how by attending your local Tiny Forest Community Science Hour!
A guided walk through New Cross Gate Cutting to take in the wonder of the dawn chorus.
Join London Wildlife Trust's Great North Wood team at New Cross Gate Cutting on Saturday 7th May 2022 for a birding walk.
City Nature Challenge is an epic, global citizen science project to collect information about our local wildlife. In 2022 UK cities are collaborating with 400+ cities across the world to find and record as much wildlife as possible to help track how nature is bouncing back this spring!
It is five years since we ran our first Outfall Safari along the Ravensbourne river catchment and it’s time to run another health check on our rivers. This is an opportunity for volunteers from Keston to Deptford, from Eltham to Sydenham, to join us and help identify pollution hotspots and raise public awareness around drainage misconnections that can harm our rivers.
We know so many people absolutely loved the successful 2021 festival, it was extremely popular and so much fun! Perhaps you browsed the stalls, kept the kids busy with the funfair and woodland stage or just soaked up the atmosphere listening to the live music on the main stage? It was an amazing event and we'd like it to happen again! However, our wonderful annual festival is in danger of not running this year as we're very low on volunteers. We also need a passionate secretary to help with the general admin throughout the year.