Biodiversity & the Wild West End Project

January 11th 2021

'Biodiversity & the Wild West End Project: Encouraging Birds, Bees & Bats into the Heart of London'

This talk is part of the Winter Lecture Series organised jointly by The Gardens Trust and The London Gardens Trust and will be delivered by Tom Gray, Senior Ecological Consultant from the company Arup.

This talk will focus on the history and aims of Wild West End, highlighting the partnership’s successes.

Wild West End is a unique partnership between several of central London’s largest landholders, which aims to create a series of ecologically-valuable stepping stones between four of London’s historic Royal Parks, encouraging wildlife back into the city and giving people greater access to nature, benefitting personal health and well-being.

Wild West End also aims to attract pollinators, bats, and birds into London’s urban centre.

Monday, 11 January, 2021

Members Ticket: £4
Non-Members Ticket: £6

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