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Spring Colour

It is lovely to see people enjoying our park.

We have begun our new schedule of regular, weekly Wildlife Area sessions on Saturdays.

Our next session is organised for Saturday, 19th March 2022, starting at 10 am and running through the morning until 1 pm.  You are welcome to join us at any time within those hours, for as little or long as you like.

We meet in the Wildlife Area of Queen’s Park Gardens with all equipment provided – just wear sensible clothing and bring plenty of enthusiasm. You can turn up for as long or as short a time as you want. We will be working in the open air with social distancing and as always, weather permitting!

Our schedule of sessions for the rest of March, are as follows:

Saturday 26th March 2022

We look forward to seeing you soon.

If you would like to join our mailing list, please drop us a line via the Contact Form.

Covid-19: You can find the details of our sessionshere. We will be working in the open air with social distancing and as always, weather permitting!
Ulla is running her Thursday morning sessions. More details here.
If you use the Wildlife Area, please respect those who are seeking a quiet area, free from joggers and dogs.

Online Houseplant Trouble Shooting 17th March 7 – 8pm

Please join our lovely friends at HCGA for a free online Houseplant Problems and How to Solve Them Workshop on Wednesday, 17 March from 7-8pm.  Participants need to BOOK A PLACE from here.

Bobby Ho has lots of top tips to help you get rid of any houseplant pests, diseases or disorders to help your houseplants survive and thrive and you can ask him a houseplant question too!

If you have a specific question, please email a photo of your houseplant problem in advance of the session and Bobby will try his best to help you to diagnose the problem and fix it; more info on this will be sent to you in your booking confirmation. Depending on time, we may only be able to answer one question per person.

North Westminster Tree Planting

Westminster Tree Planting Ceremony 28th March 2014

Actor Edward Fox showed his support for the Westminster Tree Trust tree planting effort by helping plant the last of more than two dozen trees planned for Maida Vale.

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Mr Fox and schoolchildren from the Wilberforce Primary School picked up shovels and congregated on Harrow Road to mark the completion of the first phase of the tree planting programme.
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Westminster Tree Trust and local community groups have been working together for the last six months to plant 25 trees stretching from Maida Hill to Ladbroke Grove.