Wild Norwood 2020 is a celebration of nature in an inner London borough
Between Saturday 28 November – Saturday 12 December, a Window Wanderland* community festival and a wide range of free events and activities for all ages, will bring the great big outdoors to life, even in winter (and lockdown).
We are delighted to be working with South London Botantical Institute as our Festival Partner.
Founded in 1910 in Tulse Hill, the South London Botanical Institute has a beautiful botanical garden and runs a wide range of courses, workshops, school visits and events for all ages. A 'little gem of a place' where all are welcome to discover more about plants and the plant world.
SLBI will be programming several events across the festival - and don't forget to make a special trip to see their window displays - they were magnificent last year!
Please like and follow them across these platforms:
Facebook @South London Botanical Institute
We are equally very pleased to be linking up with the London Wildlife Trust and their upcoming festival about the Great North Wood.
As part of the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Great North Wood project London Wildlife Trust will be delivering a week of activities both online and on site between Sunday 29 November – Saturday 5 December. Activities will include staff led and self-guided walks about the Great North Wood, as well as online workshops and presentations. There will also be a competition where you can win some great prizes. The programme details will appear on this page, and also on the London Wildlife Trust Great North Wood webpage www.wildlondon.org.uk/
Festival Programme - more information will be added here over the next few days:
We are very pleased to announce confirmation of our headline talk - Tim Smit, founder of the Eden Project.
Date: Wednesday 9 December
Where: This will be livestreamed on our Facebook page. No need to have a Facebook account to view. Tim will be talking about nature in our urban landscape and there will be a chance to ask questions too.
Read more about Tim and the Eden Project here.
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