Eardley Road Sidings Nature Reserve
About the Project
The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) is working with Lambeth Council (LC) to undertake a community project at… Eardley Road Sidings Nature Reserve (ERSNR) in Streatham.
The project includes capital improvements on the actual site and a programme of community events and activities with the aim of engaging the local community in the natural and railway heritage of the site.
As part of the project TCV offers training and volunteering opportunities, outdoor learning and family events.
Our educational activities include formal and informal training events regarding site improvements, maintenance and biodiversity, volunteering as well as activities related to nature conservation such as creating habitats, building bird boxes, fauna and flora surveying, rail heritage walks and talks and also the development of new interpretation materials and/or signage for the site.
Our vision is to create a self-sustaining community group that would like to improve this side and care for it in the future.
If you are a group of Lambeth residents who are keen to work and improve this nature conservation area we can support you to get going.
Volunteering & Nature Conservation skills training
Nature & Wellbeing Walks
Free outreach and learning outside the classroom sessions for local schools
Free Nature play and outdoor learning sessions for under 5s
Outdoor family events e.g. making bird boxes, nature crafts and minibeast adventures
If you are interested in making a difference and improve Eardley Road Sidings Nature Reserve please get in touch with me.
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Entrance to the Woods is at Bates Crecent next to the junction to Braeside Road