In which we revisit the scene of our first ever Nature-ist feature.
Wednesday news. And it’s all good for once.
Feathered news, especially for the owl fanciers amongst you.
Calling all treehuggers! One of London’s best loved indigenous trees is getting some much needed help. The capital’s elm tree population was decimated by Dutch Elm disease in the 1970s, but there are still a few left standing. A new elm census is to be …
If you like nature, and free things, and long walks, then we’ve got the perfect event for you tomorrow. A nice lady called Penny from the unlikely sounding Pickling Peckham has organised a foraging walk with the aim of showing you just how very much …
A secret garden teeming with life in Peckham.
A small city park and community environmental project.
A contemplative city lunch spot.
Well here’s a fine thing – Londonist starts its Nature-ist column, and then suddenly Boris is all over it, rattling on about valuing London’s green spaces and maximising your local park’s potential. It all seems to come from a largely marketing-led website called Natural England. …
The least distinguished of Bloomsbury’s old burial grounds.
A glass-covered green hideout in the heart of the City.