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Go Wild(lings)!

Guest Blog from Bonnie Johnson: Wildlings Forest School is pleased to announce that following the huge success of its first 6-week block of Parent and Toddler Forest School sessions at Sutton Ecology Centre, it will be running another block starting… Continue Reading →

Dawn Chorus Delight

Twelve attendees made the special effort to join the Biodiversity Team at 5am on Sunday 1st May for a dawn chorus walkabout as part of International Dawn Chorus Day. The morning was crisp with a light frosting on the ground… Continue Reading →

Grazing Consultation – Wellfield South

Over the last few months, the London Borough of Sutton Biodiversity Team have run a small consultation on the potential grazing of Wellfield South, a 0.6ha site in Carshalton Beeches. [googlemaps] The Biodiversity Team are happy to report that the majority… Continue Reading →

Task Programme – Out Now!

The new task programme for March through June is out now. Click the link to have a peek! Become a volunteer Sutton nature events

Tree Planting at Fairlands Park

On Sunday the 1st of December the residents of North Cheam came together to help Sutton Council plant over 200 saplings in Fairlands Park. The area separating the Goals Soccer Centre from the park is populated by a few scattered… Continue Reading →

Nature Discovery Backpacks

This summer the Biodiversity Team have been developing various events at different nature reserves in our borough to launch the Nature Discovery Backpacks. This exciting new project is a joint collaboration between the British Ecological Society and London Borough of… Continue Reading →

A Soggy Day for Woodmansterne Wildlife

A Co-operative wildlife day for garden wildlife enthusiasts On a rainy day in March, I joined Surrey Wildlife Trust to deliver a wonderful garden wildlife course in partnership with the Co-operative. Frances Halstead, Environmental Group Support Officer for SWT, delivered… Continue Reading →

A Hard Day’s Graft

Spring is here, despite the wintry weather conditions, and what better time to bring new life into the garden! For the third workshop in our Biodiversity Gardens Skills series, we decided to celebrate the changing seasons and explore the ancient… Continue Reading →

Garden Wildlife Showcase: 27th April @ Wallington County Grammar School

This is a great opportunity for everyone to come along to this free event and find out more about gardening for wildlife. Spaces are limited, so book early! Guest speakers will be on hand to provide expert advice on how… Continue Reading →

New Newsletter!

‘Hedge accentors’, hedgerows, hedgehogs & herptile events, a call to arms for Spring Cleaning, annoy your MP on Early Day Motion 603, the first SNCV Award (well done Mike!) and some dodgy TV programme plug; all in the new January… Continue Reading →

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