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Friends of the Earth: Forces of Nature

“Nature is so vital to our emotional health. When we are separated from it our wellbeing suffers,” Beth speaks to Friends of the Earth about our work helping to connect urban residents with the nature on our doorstep. Read more on their website and in the lastest issue of Earth Matters. Photo: Andrew McGibbon

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Winter Woodland Social

Come and celebrate the end of the year with us, around the fire at our winter woodland social and fundraiser. Enjoy talks and demonstrations by experts and try your hand at traditional crafts in time for Christmas. Leave armed with knowledge about how to keep yourself safe in cold weather and something nice to hang[…]

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Wildcraft in Wandle Park

In celebration of Wandle Fortnight, Wild in the City held a day of traditional crafts and nature based art in Wandle Park on the 18th September, attracting families from throughout Croydon. Children and adults learnt how to make string from nettles gathered from the riverside,         Had a demonstration in coil basketry,[…]

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Netwalking

We’re excited to bring a new way of working to Croydon, helping local business people benefit from spending more time in nature. We’ve combined our expertise with Shaking Hands to introduce Netwalking, as an alternative to indoor networking meetings where local professionals can get to know each other whilst enjoying the health benefits of being[…]

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The Survivalist

Wild in the City will be supporting Stanley Film Club’s screening of The Survivalist on Wednesday 6th July.  The film is a gripping thriller set in a bleak but beautiful post-apocalyptic world. In a time of starvation where the only option is kill or be killed, a survivalist lives off a small plot of land[…]