The April-June 2017 Nature’s programme is now available. There are plenty of exciting projects over the next few months, including the 3 Rivers Clean Up. As always, booking is essential for these sessions. If you are new to Nature’s Gym, take a look through our FAQ and How to Get Involved pages for more information. If there is anything that you are still unsure of, please feel free to email us any questions.
Hi all, unfortunately, we have had to change the location for tomorrow’s (2 March 2017) Nature’s Gym. Instead we shall be working at Lower Sydenham Station. Hopefully, we can go back to Belmont Park and finish our work there another time.
Please look for Lower Sydenham Station on this document for details of how to get there.
See you tomorrow.
The London Wildlife Trust will be running a couple of practical volunteers sessions at their Vesta Road site. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact, Sam Bentley-Toon to book your place.
Saturday 21st January 11am-3.30pm
Saturday 18th February 11am-3.30pm
New Cross Gate Cutting,
Vesta Road Entrance,
Towards the end of October, volunteers with Nature’s Gym and the Friends of Hither Green Triangle worked in the Nature reserve between platforms 4 and 5 of Hither Green Station. This is a little known about and hidden away site, but is full of lots of interesting wildlife.
The Friends and volunteers have been working on this site for a long time and a lot of great work has been achieved. On this work day we worked with a local contractor to clear the bank near platform 5 so that commuters and other travellers can peep in to the site. They also did another huge litter pick – one of the on going problems of the site.
Dear all Nature’s Gym volunteers,
Please note that Judith and I have had to change the Nature’s Gym session on Thursday 8th December. We will now be at Albion Millennium Green and will be working on the railway path and hopefully finishing the cutting back of the hedge that we started last time.
See you there!
Take it away Sam…..
The Friends of Frendsbury Gardens need your help! Why not join them at one of their regular Wednesday ‘Dig It’ sessions.