London National Park City is recruiting 50 National Park City Rangers backed by Timberland, and supporting some exciting Urban Greening projects in Croydon, supported by musician, Loyle Carner

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The National Park City Foundation and global lifestyle brand Timberland have started a three-month search for 50 volunteer London National Park City Rangers to share their vision for a greener, healthier and wilder London, and to kick start new urban greening projects across the capital.

The call for Rangers was announced alongside plans to green two urban areas as part of Timberland’s Nature Needs Heroes campaign with musician, Loyle Carner, at Thornton Heath’s The Ambassador House’ Building and TheBRIT School garden.

Rangers will volunteer in communities across the city to inspire and deliver a range of projects. What Rangers do will vary according to their own skills, experience and capacity. It could be catalysing projects that will make the city greener, wilder and more beautiful, it could be helping to tackle the climate crisis or working to improve people’s physical and mental health, perhaps by inspiring people to get outside and exercise in green cityspaces.


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