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Wild Place Your Space Presentation 18.06.10
Wild Place Your Space Presentation 18.06.10
Wild Place Your Space Presentation 18.06.10
Wild Place Your Space Presentation 18.06.10
Wild Place Your Space Presentation 18.06.10
Wild Place Your Space Presentation 18.06.10
Wild Place Your Space Presentation 18.06.10
Wild Place Your Space Presentation 18.06.10
Wild Place Your Space Presentation 18.06.10
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Wild Place Your Space Presentation 18.06.10

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Wild Place Your Space presentation to the Newham and Tower Hamlets Mind Women's Group 18.06.10. …

Wild Place Your Space presentation to the Newham and Tower Hamlets Mind Women's Group 18.06.10.

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  • 1. Mind in Tower Hamlets and Newham Women’s GroupFriday 18th June 2010Colin Bowen and Chris Cavalier
  • 2. about the project
    ‘a joint project between the Lee Valley Park and the RSPB’
    3-year project running until December 2012
    funded by the heritage lottery fund and the Peter Cruddas Foundation
    engaging with communities
    working with primary and secondary schools
    tailored activities for families and groups
    learning new skills and volunteering experience
  • 3. who is it for?
    ‘working together to bring 28,000 people closer to nature’
    17,000 Children and young people
    disabled people and their carers
    people on low incomes
    Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee communities
    families with young children
    people without easy access to green space
    new and existing park users
  • 4. where will it happen?
    Myddleton House Gardens
    Tottenham Marshes
    Waterworks Nature Reserve
    Middlesex Filter Beds
    Bow Creek Ecology Park
    East India Dock Basin
  • 5. new skills and experiences
    ‘There are lots of things to do, learn about and enjoy’
    amazing wildlife garden at the WaterWorks
    City and Guilds horticulture courses for 18-25 year olds
    family courses to learn about wildlife
    camping trips for young people in the Lea Valley
    work experience for 16 to 18 year olds
    wildlife events and activities
    volunteering opportunities for all
  • 6. what green spaces do you use?
    ‘Why are they important to you?
    Place a sticker on the map to show any green spaces you currently use
    What you particularly like about these green spaces?
  • 7. visit the WaterWorks nature reserve
    ‘Discover the wildlife on your doorstep’
    find out about your local natural heritage
    learn about the history of the WaterWorks site
    Practical activities such as planting seeds, making nest boxes, hanging baskets, window boxes
    see what facilities are available
    help the wildlife in your area
    It’s your place! What would you like to do?
  • 8. enjoy your space... 
    ‘What would you like to do in your wild place?’
    Help us to shape the project
    Place a sticker on each activity you think you would like to do as a group
    Got a great idea? Just write it on a blank card and put it on the board
  • 9. t: 020 8525 0547e: wildplaceyourspace@rspb.org.ukw: wildplaceyourspace.org.ukwaterworks centre: 020 8988 7566

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