7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
16th April, 2016
Come on a walk to discover and share ideas for increasing access to London’s natural spaces as part of the National Park City initiative.
Parks and natural spaces are important, both for the thousands of species that inhabit them, and for the well-being of all those who spend time in them.
The aims of the National Park City initiative are to make London the world’s first National Park City, and in so doing, to ensure that all Londoners have free and easy access to high-quality green space, and connect all of London’s children to nature.
This walk will enable you to: learn more about the National Park City initiative, come up with new ideas for developing parks and green spaces, share your ideas with local user groups and councillors and have fun developing your own creative thinking.
The walk will start and end at the Clissold Park Café in Clissold House, Stoke Newington.
Please note: On the walk, we will be encouraging you to share your ideas in various digital ways, so please bring your smart phone if you have one.
Clothing and shoes on the day should be appropriate for walking outdoors in a natural environment (it may be muddy!).
The walk itself will be very gentle, so only minimum fitness is required.
Refreshments will be provided.
All ages are welcome – children should be accompanied by an adult.