Find walks/talks, ad-hoc volunteering or conservation work parties, gardening days and more environmental activities happening locally.
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London is becoming the first ever National Park City with over 300 events across the capital to celebrate! Check out the festival website to see a selection of events centred around Hounslow and Ealing or use the ‘Categories’ filter on our events calendar to find things in Richmond Borough
Join Friends of the River Crane Environment (FORCE) on a walk to learn about local history. The River Crane had several such mills along it’s reach. Come along to Donkey Woods to hear about the Gunpowder Mills that were used alongside the river. This will be a sociable walk through the river hinterland along paths. The exact start location and route will be announced nearer the time so please keep an eye on FORCE’s events calendar
Please wear sturdy footwear and clothing for the weather on the day. Attendance is free but please register here. Please wear sturdy footwear and clothing suitable for the weather on that day. Due to safeguarding needs, all children under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Join Friends of the River Crane Environment (FORCE) on a walk searching for signs of spring in Merway Nature Park and along beside the Duke of Northumberland River – from where it branches from the River Crane and into Kneller Gardens -. This will be a lovely gentle spring walk taking in the local sights, looking for plants and wildlife along the river banks as signs that spring is coming.
The walk will start on the Kingfisher Bridge between Kneller Gardens and Mereway Nature Park, Twickenham and will be led by FORCE Trustees. This walk is being held in half term holidays as a family event. As it is a FORCE Family Challenge activity bring your challenge card to collect your stamp! For those who haven’t signed up yet, just click here to join in and start collecting stamps for the FORCE Challenge water vole badge!
Registration here is necessary as numbers are limited. As we shall be walking over varied terrain and some of the ground may be muddy, please wear appropriate attire and footwear. Due to safeguarding needs all children under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.