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Meet in the Street - social distancing guidelines recommend that you meet people outside at least 2 metres apart.  

We do not want to put anyone in any harm but we know how valuable getting outdoors can be, so we are going to continue offering walking events.  We offer no quibble full refunds for tickets for any event whether you choose not to come or whether we have to cancel at very short notice.  Some things will have to change however: we will limit capacity so that people can stay sufficiently far apart but still hear the guide (whom we may mic up with a speaker).  We will turn anyone away that hasn't booked in advance. We will not be distributing journals or species lists but will make these available to download from our website.

We ask you not to attend an event if you are in any way feeling unwell or are self-isolating.  Please abide by the Safe guarding Guidelines

Take a weekend to enjoy the Spring and walk a marathon at a sensible pace!

Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 April 10.30am start from Greenwich or Falconwood

Join our Spring Slow weekend marathon as we discover Spring delights in and around the boundary of the Royal Borough of Greenwich.  Follow the Green Chain and the Thames Path National Trail, and walk off the beaten track to see London spread out from a protected view, and discover hidden charms of overlooked, rarely-visited parks and gardens.  Choose to walk for on Saturday or Sunday, or both days to complete all of a 26.2 miles of a marathon in distance.  Read more and book

 

Marvel at street trees in blossom with Paul Wood, author of London Street Trees - a new edition of which publishes this Spring

Join Paul in Herne Hill for a cherry blossom extravaganza
10.30am-12.30pm Sunday 29 March Read more and book now

Join Paul in the City
10.30am-12.30pm Sunday 5 April Read more and book now
 

Enter the Writing Competition

Enter our poetry and story competition in celebration of trees

Be inspired by the works of four nature writing giants of English Literature: John Clare, Gilbert White, William Wordsworth and John Evelyn - all celebrating anniversaries this year! 

Winning entries will be published in an illustrated anthology published in aid of the Urban Tree Festival in May Read more and enter

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