Did you know that London is one of the world’s first National Park Cities?
To celebrate the first anniversary of London becoming the world’s first National Park City next month, the National Park City Foundation are holding an online event to showcase 100 people who are doing things to make our greener, healthier or wilder.
One of these people is local resident James Clark, founder of Malmesbury Residents Association and a Trustee of Wilder Communities, a charity focused on engaging communities to work on open spaces for the benefit of people and wildlife.
Alongside James, this talk will showcase 99 other diverse voices, speaking on a wide range of topics. The stories will cover gardening, nature photography, walking, cycling, trees, climate change, parks and green spaces, green recovery, local volunteering, storytelling, arts and crafts, fungi, fitness, campaigning, parkour, skateboarding, community action…. and many other creative ideas.
This three-day event starts on the 21 July, 2020. To sign up to this free event and to view their full programme, head to National Park City Foundation’s event on Eventbrite.