Lee Valley Park’s funding arrangement
2013 promoting wildlife in local Green spaces with contributions from friends groups, London Wildlife Trust, Species Initiative, Woodland Trust and OPAL.
Threats and Benefits to Trees in Green Spaces
#GoParksLondon challenges YOU to visit a park in London you’ve never gone to before – AND – there’s a prize for some lucky person who tweets their picture or selfie!
Fruit Tree Pruning We are making our way around Hackney’s Community Orchards pruning fruit trees in parks. On Sat 3 Feb we are in Clapton Park’sDaubeney Fields Pruning the semi vigorous apple […]
London borough to link up green spaces as part of National Park City movement Horticulture Week, 25 January 2018, by Sarah Cosgrove, The London borough of Hackney is planning to […]
Woodberry Wetlands Woodberry Wetlands is a haven for wildlife and people in Hackney: 11 hectares of reed-fringed ponds and dykes, always free and accessible to everyone. The reserve is five […]
Hackney London Borough Department: http://www.hackney.gov.uk/planning Parks: https://www.hackney.gov.uk/parks-list Please see Hackney Parks forum and links to user groups at https://www.hackney.gov.uk/parks-user-group, a voluntary body whose members are made up of park user groups and other […]