Produced and presented by Pomme Edwards Nature Connections
Join Pomme for a walk around Church Street and Broadley Street Gardens in search of Nature's 'wild edges' in our city streets and green spaces. In Broadley Street Gardens, discover simple practical things we can do to turn city parks into green havens for Nature and humans alike; bringing butterflies, honey bees, wild flowers and birdsong back into our local places. And connect to the voices of Nature through poetry, stories and silent listening as we ask why finding our way back into 'The Wild Green Web of Life' is so important for humankind.
Part of the the Mayor of London’s National Park City Festival
Come and spend time listening to the voices of Nature, find out what’s needed, see what you're already doing en route and get some ideas for doing more.
There is strong scientific evidence that now backs what many of us know in our hearts: that living with greenery and spending time in Nature improves human health, happiness and mental well-being
Pomme is an experienced gatherer of Nature’s voices and stories and a Nature Keeper involved in wilding local green spaces in Camden.
Saturday 27th July
Three x 30 minute guided Nature themed walks - 11am, 1pm, 3pm
All three walks will leave from The Cockpit and end at Broadley Street gardens.
These are free non-ticketed events for a maximum of 20 people. Please arrive in good time to sign up on the participants list to secure your place on the walk..