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January 2021

Monday, 11 January 2021

Upcoming Online Talk

Upcoming Online Talk

André grew up near the North Downs and worked for 36 years for the RSPB, including as Campaigns Manager. He will set out the challenges and opportunities of ensuring that our "Garden of England" remains rich in wildlife.

For full details and booking information, please check out the Events section of our website.

Friday, 8 January 2021

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We have a new Group Leader!

We are pleased to announce that Will Kerr was elected Leader at the AGM held on 9th December. Will is new to the Bromley Local Group and is committed to securing the future of British wildlife. He has expressed his excitement at his new role and we are very much looking forward to working with him!

Join our next Online Talk on 13th January and give Will a warm welcome!

Tuesday, 5 January 2021

Bromley Garden Bird Survey

Bromley Garden Bird Survey

Our Garden Bird Survey got underway on the 1st January, but it is not too late to take part - it is running right up until the end of the month. Simply download the attached survey form PDF and report back to us on which birds you have spotted visiting your garden throughout January!

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Monday, 4 January 2021

Have your say on the future of Bromley's open spaces

Have your say on the future of Bromley's open spaces

A vibrant natural world and flourishing wildlife is not only vital to the health of the planet, it can also be a great source of peace and joy for each of us.

This is especially true at the moment, with many places closed and pastimes unavailable due to government restrictions. Thankfully, we can always take refuge in the enjoyment of nature.

That is why it is important that we do our utmost to protect our local open spaces. Bromley Council is currently running an "Open Space Strategy Consultation", which gives you a chance to express your views on how Bromley's open spaces are managed over the course of this decade, but the deadline to make your voice heard is tomorrow, Thursday 7th January!

A link to the council's draft proposal as well as a downloadable copy of the PDF are available below.

Now is your chance to call for high priority to be given to the protection and preservation of natural open spaces, and to resist attempts at development, reassignment or disposal of these spaces.

Let us make our voices heard and make a case for preserving the natural open spaces that breathe life into Bromley and the surrounding area! Thank you!

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