There are lots of fantastic environmental events happening locally every week including talks, walks and ad-hoc volunteering on conservation work parties/days and gardening activities. Please contact the event organisers for further information. Please see this page for information on the different types/descriptions of volunteering in the environmental sector.
Use the ‘categories’ to select the type of activity and the ‘tags’ for the specific themes i.e. Friendly Parks for All, a programme of activities for people with dementia and their carers.
Narrated by Liam Neeson, Love Thy Nature points to how deeply we’ve lost touch with nature – and takes us on a mesmerizing cinematic journey through the beauty and intimacy of our relationship with the natural world.
When: Sunday 3rd December 2017, doors open 5.15pm, film starts 5.30pm. Run-time is 76 minutes, after which everyone is welcome to stay for a discussion about the topics raised in the film.
Where: Ham Library Annexe (Community Space), Ham Street, Ham, Richmond upon Thames (west London), TW10 7HR.
How to get here: bus 371 from Richmond or Kingston to Ashburnham Rd, or bus 65 to Ham Common and walk along Ham Street towards Ham Library (approx. 5-10mins).
Cost: entry is free, but donations of £3 are welcome (to cover costs).
Refreshments: tea/coffee and biscuits are provided.
Ham United Group screenings aim to inform and inspire. Topics include environmental issues (human health, wildlife, carbon footprint, resources), governance, corporations, individual choices/actions, architecture and urban planning.To stay up to date with Green Screen, follow them on Facebook