Helping wildlife on Sutton's doorstep

Month February 2016

New Task Programme Out Now !

The latest Task Programme is now available. March – June 2016 The last few months have seen volunteers devoting a number of days felling trees to create rides within Queen Mary’s Woodlands. Whilst there is still a bit more work to… Continue Reading →

Wind and Willows (Winter Tree ID course)

The storm season is well and truly here. Last week I was carried down the street by storm Henry to Stone Court in Grove Park for a day course on winter tree identification. Before the course, when it came to… Continue Reading →


I’m sure there have been many an iconic verse throughout the annals of history, dedicated to trees. Keats, possibly, Wordsworth, inevitably and Shakespeare almost certainly. I’ll be honest, I did think about searching ‘trees and Wordsworth’ in Google in order to… Continue Reading →

How London is shifting the nature debate

Interesting thoughts on valuation of the natural environment and how it links / resonates with people. Sutton Nature Conservation Volunteers will be, in part, discussing such themes on Tuesday 23 Feb at our next meeting, where we will hear from… Continue Reading →

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