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Written evidence submitted by Blythe Hill Fields for The Communities and Local Government (CLG) Committee report on public parks

“Written evidence submitted by the Friends of Blythe Hill Fields [PKS 199] Executive summary The Friends of Blythe Hill Fields believe that support for parks should be a statutory part of local authorities’ duties, and they should be resourced accordingly … Continue reading

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UK parks face threat of decline with severe consequences !

11 February 2017 “The Communities and Local Government (CLG) Committee report on public parks warns that parks are at a tipping point and face a period of decline with potentially severe consequences unless their vital contribution to areas such as public health, … Continue reading

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Winter bird walk at Sydenham Hill Wood – 12 February 9am-12.30pm

Originally posted on Nature Conservation Lewisham:
Firecrest at Sydenham Hill Woods ©Gavin Horsley (via LWT) Guided walk in Sydenham Hill Wood to find winter birds Love London’s woodland birds this Valentine’s Day! Join London Wildlife Trust for a guided walk…

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London Wildlife Trust – Nature Detectives 14 February 11am-4pm

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Nature Detectives at Sydenham Hill Wood Join us for this fun family day in the wood. We will be looking for tracks and signs to find out what lives in the wood. We’ll be…

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Well done Rivers & People volunteers for clearing out the pond at Chinbrook Meadows

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Tree planting at Beckenham Place Park

Originally posted on Nature Conservation Lewisham:
Woodland tree planting!

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New Cross Gate Cutting Open Day – Saturday 28 January, 1pm-4pm

Originally posted on Nature Conservation Lewisham:
Open Day at New Cross Gate Cutting Come and explore this beautiful nature reserve which is usually closed to the public. A secluded area of woodland with small grassy glades, set on the broad…

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