Winter Talk 2021 - A London Alive with Nature Event

Winter Talk 2021 - A London Alive with Nature

9th February 2021 from 7.30pm

Zoom

Our annual Winter Talk, we are delighted to welcome Edwin Malins, Nature Reserves Manager at London Wildlife Trust.  

Edwin's talk is entitled “A London Alive with Nature” and will consider the following themes:

  • Urban nature reserves and how they fit in the wider landscape
  • Pre-human landscapes and habitats
  • Post-human landscapes and habitats
  • How we manage land for wildlife in London today and what more could we do.

 

Edwin oversees a portfolio of 36 nature reserves across the Capital. He is a former officer on the Great North Wood project and has a keen interest in how people and wildlife can live together in cities.

How to Register

As with so many events during the current pandemic, we will be utilising Zoom for the talk.  Please follow this link to register:

Winter Talk 2021 Registration

 

Photograph Credit: Simon de Glanville

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Holding an Event on Wimbledon and Putney Commons

COVID-19 - Please note that due to current COVID-19 restrictions, the number and nature of events given approval is limited.  Please contact the Ranger's Office for further information.

 

As the Commons are now a popular location for events, you will need to seek permission from the Ranger's Office before organising any formal or semi-formal event on or across the Commons.  This is to ensure that there is no clash of events that would spoil the enjoyment of participants, or negatively impact our visitors, other users or  indeed have a negative impact on the Commons - a protected Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Whilst we are limited to the size and type of event we can host here on the Commons, we are always happy to see if we can help.  Please complete the Enquiry Form and one of our team will get back to you to discuss your request.  

As a charity, we do charge for events on the Commons.  The charges will depend on the nature of the event.  Please contact the Ranger's Office for further information.