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Thames Water site visit - fantastic potential for leisure & nature

A focal point for Clapton, Walthamstow and the Lee Valley

Currently visible but out of reach behind steel fencing, the Red House is the outstanding feature of the Thames Water site opposite the Princess of Wales pub, Lee Bridge Road. On February 4th a group of local residents saw the area from the opposite side of the river.

Seen from the Thames Water site, the weir, the Princess of Wales and the Lee Bridge basin promise to be a wonderful focus for leisure, recreation and… Continue

Added by David Rees on February 21, 2013 at 21:04 — No Comments

Hackney Marsh woodland survey

Hackney Marsh User Group are carrying out a survey of the woodland around the eastern fringe of Hackney Marsh this spring. We will record the trees, shrubs and ground flora to establish a base-line for monitoring changes over time.  The data we gather will help us understand the significance of this area of woodland and  contribute to Hackney's biodiversity action plan and to the Greenspace Information for Greater London…


Added by David Rees on March 9, 2012 at 10:00 — No Comments

Dalston Energy Angels Home Energy Assessment

The Dalston Energy Angels project, coordinated by the Arcola Theatre with government funding, is doing FREE home energy assessments during March!  …


Added by David Rees on March 7, 2012 at 12:21 — 1 Comment

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