The London Wildlife Trust has partnered up with Belgravia in Bloom to celebrate this year’s Into the Wild themed festival.

To support the London’s Wildlife Trust’s mission to boost biodiversity and inspire Londoners to connect with nature, Belgravia in Bloom will encourage visitors to learn more about creatures great and small through a series of pop-ups and events.

Visitors can stop by the London Wildlife Trust’s hedgehog van in Eccleston Yards to make their own seed bombs to support biodiversity in their own gardens. The charity is also ensuring that Belgravia in Bloom’s floral installations are created using even more biodiversity-boosting plants and flowers this year.

The London Wildlife Trust‘s vision is a London alive with nature, where everyone can experience and enjoy wildlife. The charity is a driving force for nature conservation across the capital. With dedicated supporters and volunteers, the charity work tirelessly to protect wildlife across London, taking action every day to help wildlife flourish through practical conservation work. They engage, inspire and enable people to connect with nature and through campaigns and consultancy, to give wildlife a voice.

The charity care for more than 36 nature reserves across London that welcome visitors to engage with the rich and varied wildlife in the capital. They range from small, inner-city havens to spacious woodlands, wildflower meadows and wetlands. These reserves are precious and are home to rare species that need to be protected now and for the future.

You can join us the charity at its regular events and activities that are held across London that connect people of all ages with nature. You can also participate in wildlife surveys that you can submit your recordings to, helping the charity to understand and monitor wildlife across the city.

The London Wildlife Trust can’t do any of this without its members and volunteers, who help make sure that nature can thrive across London. By becoming a member of the London Wildlife Trust, you are helping to ensure that the charity can continue to challenge actions and developments that threaten wildlife, continue our care for its nature reserves and the wildlife that lives within them, as well as giving London’s children the chance to experience real wildlife and nature close to their own homes.

Become a member today and help to protect and defend precious nature in London.

Image credit for fox photograph: Jon Hawkins – Surrey Hills Photography.

The black and white logo for the London Wildlife Trust showing the head of a badger