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Tag Archives: Urban wildlife
Inspired by our own John Ashwell’s initiative to plant hundreds of trees in the north east quadrant of King’s Cross, Camden Council have put out a plea to anyone that wants to green a little bit of King’s Cross on … Continue reading
Local charitable trust, Kings Cross Community Projects, ran two consultation events earlier this week seeking feedback on the proposed design for their living sculpture (aka vertical garden) to be installed on Wharfdale Road this summer. They’d like to thank everyone … Continue reading
King’s Cross Community Projects invites you to The living sculpture open events 3pm to 5pm Sunday 29 January and 5pm to 7pm Monday 30 January at The Central Station bar Corner of Wharfdale Road and Balfe Street We hope to install … Continue reading
John Ashwell writes: Thanks to all who supported the campaign to fund the planting of the two trees on Wharfdale road that blew over. These two urban wildlife friendly Prunus Avium Plena (flowers pictured left) were planted on Friday 9 December, sooner … Continue reading
King’s Cross Community Projects has just posted the latest news about the greening project they are running on the King’s Cross gyratory here!