Author: Knighton Wild

Tree Survey Skills

Practical Session in Knighton Park Thursday 27th July, 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm – Meet at the Palmerston Way Car Park At our meeting on the value of trees in March we agreed to carry out some survey work to establish how trees in Knighton contribute to the environment and to health and well-being by […]

Moth Breakfast

with Adrian Russell, County Recorder for Moths Friday 23rd June 2017 at 7.30pm Saturday 24th June 2017 at 8.00am Knighton Parish Centre Lounge, Church Lane, LE2 3WG £2 members, £5 non-members for both sessions Saturday morning session optional, tea/coffee and a bacon/veggie sausage roll available for £2. Please book here so that we know numbers […]

Tree Trail for Knighton Park

Knighton Wild has produced an online version of the Leicester City Council Tree Trail for Knighton Park. The online version can be followed on a computer or smartphone and contains photos of all the trees in the tree trail with photos of distinguishing features and comparisons with similar trees.  The online version also includes supplementary […]

AGM – 24th May 2017

Wednesday 24th May 2017, 7.30 pm, The Lounge, Knighton Parish Centre, Church Lane, LE2 3WG. The AGM will include reports on the last year’s activities and  elections of the steering committee.  After a break for refreshments, three members will be talking about wildlife in Knighton. Alan Cann has taken hundreds of photos of wildlife in […]

Knighton Wild

Knighton Wild is a voluntary organisation in Knighton, Leicester, set up to encourage local people to do more for wildlife. We organise a range of activities including: – talks about topics relevant to wildlife in Knighton (and Leicester), – practical activities to improve the area for wildlife, – visits to local wildlife sites, – survey […]

Knighton Park Bioblitz

Friday 12th and Saturday 13th May 2017, Knighton Park Fancy a challenge? Fun, family day out? The BioBlitz is for you! It is a 24-hour race against the clock to identify as many species as possible. An ambitious target of 500 species has been set to challenge experts and beginners alike in a quest to […]

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