Albeit small, this hidden oasis by the canal next to Kings Cross offers diverse woodland, grassland and wetland habitats including ponds, reedbed and marshy areas, providing a rich habitat for birds, butterflies, amphibians and plant life.Read More
Brompton is not only one of the ‘Magnificent Seven’ cemeteries established in the 19th century but also a great place to explore the hidden world of invertebrates.
Simply follow The Spider Stroll…
One of the Farm Team can guide you through the farm to learn more about the history, the garden and the animals.
Or you can also book an Education Workshop on a range of topics to do with food, farming and the natural world.Read More
11 hectares of reed-fringed ponds and dykes, this Hackney site is a rich haven for wild wetland habitats surrounded by tower blocks in densely populated Manor House, Stoke Newington and Woodberry Down.Read More