Boston Manor Bird walk and survey

Are you a Boston Park User or visitor and interested in finding out what birds live and visit the park? Join the park manager for a relaxed walk around the park, woodland and meadow to survey and record the different bird species that's seen in the park. The Bird Walk and Survey at Boston Manor... Continue Reading →

Ealing Beaver Day

Ealing Wildlife Group are delighted to be hosting the Beaver Trust on the evening of Thursday 26 May to give a talk at 7.30 pm followed by a panel discussion to answer some of the questions and concerns arising from our public consultation on beaver reintroduction in Ealing. Earlier in the day there will be... Continue Reading →

Tree festival in Southall Park

Join us for a day of tree celebration at Ealing Tree Festival 🌳 in Southall Park ⏰ Saturday 28 May, 10am-3pm📍 Southall Park, Ealing, London FREE fun activities for all including crafts, storytelling, talks, walks, music and plenty more on the day 🌟 More info Ealing Tree Festival Southall

Ealing Tree Festival at Litten Nature Reserve

Come along to this amazing event at Litten Nature Reserve for FREE Ealing Tree Festival on Sunday May 29th 10-3. Trees for Cities in partnership with London Borough of Ealing and Heathrow Community Trust are hosting the Ealing Tree Festival at Litten Nature Reserve on May 29th! Since 2016, Trees for Cities have worked with... Continue Reading →

Enter Cultivating Ealing Allotments Competition

Enter the Cultivating Ealing 2022 Ealing Allotments competition before the deadline on Friday 27 May. Previously Ealing in Bloom, Cultivating Ealing was formed to encourage the use of horticulture to make Ealing a more attractive place for residents and visitors. More details on Ealing Allotments Partnership. Ealing Allotments Competition 2022 Calling all Ealing allotments to... Continue Reading →

Grand Opening of Costons Lane

After many, many long hours of work from the stellar Ealing Wildlife Group volunteers, Costons is ready for the public. There is a wildlife garden, wetlands and a woodland! There is wild brambly bits full of wild roses and honeysuckle where the foxes like to roam. Plus a red kite feeding station. So come along... Continue Reading →

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