Tow Path Tidy Up: Saturday, 2nd May

We have planned a session of litter picking and cutting back vegetation along the towpath from Willesden Junction to Kensal Green (approx. two miles).

We’ll meet at 9:30am by the corner of Third Avenue and Ilbert Street, by the noticeboard at the entrance to Queen’s Park Gardens, Then, as a group, take the bus to Willesden Junction. Alternatively, you can meet us at the towpath by Old Oak Lane Bridge, NW10 6DN.

The stretch of waterway we will be walking along is approximately two miles in total, so please remember to wear sensible warm clothes and sturdy shoes or boots (if you have them). All equipment will be provided and Hi-Vis clothing as this is a high traffic area used by cyclists. Hot drinks will be provided.

We expect to finish at Sainsburys Kensal Green around 2pm. If you’re not too tired, we can walk/take the bus, on to Little Venice where the IWA Canalway Cavalcade Festival begins on Saturday. Click here for more details.

Wildlife Area Session Saturday 9th May

Our scheduled session at the Wildlife Area. We will be weeding where required and preparing the ground around our newest project – an Insect Hotel. The hotel structure is made from wooden palettes and the interior from left over wood, bamboo and straw. Anything which insects can burrow into.

Queen’s Park Gardens Bat Survey Tuesday 12th May

Meeting at 8:40pm on the corner of Third Avenue and Ilbert Street by the noticeboard, at Queen’s Park Gardens. We are walking a set path around the park to determine if there are bats nesting or foraging in the park. We will be joined by a member of the London Wildlife Trust who has offered to take us on a walk with bat detectors.