Get Adventurous at The London Mountain Film Festival 2020

We’re bringing the mountains to London! Join us on 2-3 May 2020 at the Royal Geographical Society for the first-ever London Mountain Film Festival. With speakers from across the mountaineering and adventure spheres, exhibitions, stalls, food and drink, exciting activities, book signings, and multiple mountain and adventure film screenings across both days, there’s something for […]

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Read the People’s Manifesto For Wildlife

The People’s Manifesto for Wildlife … Was conceived to publish a set of informed ideas from a parliament of strong, independent voices. Ideas which, if implemented today, would make a huge difference for wildlife tomorrow. Presents a series of essays by 18 Ministers highlighting some of the most critical concerns affecting the UK landscape and

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Making ‘Stay With Love’ outdoor pallet benches

In South London, Transition Town Tooting (TTT) and the refugee charity CARAS have been working together in a community project partnership since 2015. Together, we’ve mixed TTT’s facilitation and local relationships with the CARAS team’s skills and experience. We’ve worked alongside CARAS-organised refugee and asylum-seeking family groups, with the women’s group, with adults and with

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How to share tree love with tree trails

You’re different. You’re amazing. You see London as a National Park. This is your opportunity to share the love. Most people don’t see the nature around them, don’t connect with it. They don’t benefit from the health and happiness that understanding about and immersion in, what’s around them, can bring Take trees …. Surveys have

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Make a Story Stick

Parks and green spaces do not always seem inviting, they can at times feel a little unwelcoming to children and adults. Here are some simple ways to make your walk through a park more fun and help you explore the plants and trees that grow there. Make a Map stick – or Story stick. Prepare

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