BARK-ING! “NO BUDGET TO REPLACE HUNDREDS OF FELLED TREES” ADMITS COUNCIL

There is no budget to replace hundreds of trees which have been felled trees across the borough, a shock Lambeth council report admits. The report says: Over the past 12 months we have experienced numerous incidents of trees or large branches falling, particularly in parks. Some have damaged vehicles and property and it is lucky … Continue reading BARK-ING! “NO BUDGET TO REPLACE HUNDREDS OF FELLED TREES” ADMITS COUNCIL

HELP WILDLIFE WINTER SLEEPERS

While some of Lambeth’s wildlife – like swifts, swallows, and Painted Lady butterflies – fly somewhere warm for winter, others hibernate – going into deep sleep until spring. I bet a lot of humans wish we could go into suspended animation – dodge the cold, cut heating bills and avoid slippery roads. Lambeth’s hibernators include … Continue reading HELP WILDLIFE WINTER SLEEPERS

WILDLIFE IN LAMBETH – Your sightings welcome

by Dr Iain Boulton, Environmental Compliance Officer, Lambeth Landscapes Lambeth’s Parks Team are teaming up with London’s biological recording centre, to capture data on what wild animals and plants people see in gardens, parks and other spaces – and use that data to plan a more wildlife-friendly Lambeth. Lambeth’s wildlife is as diverse as its … Continue reading WILDLIFE IN LAMBETH – Your sightings welcome