The meadow we sowed in early Spring on Knighton Green is coming into bloom. We have had a lot of positive feedback on the show of flowers. Have you seen it yet? What do you think? We are planning to sow a permanent meadow in the autumn – do you think the border should be […]
22nd to 30th June is swift awareness week and we are planning to repeat our cycle round the area looking for low flying or nesting swifts. We want to know where swifts (and house martins) are active in the area so please look out for them whenever you are out and about in Knighton and […]
Here’s a link to our latest newsletter with details of the AGM, a request for people to join the committee and a petition on rewilding.
Knighton Wild has been around for over three years now. In that time we have done a lot of things and achieved more than we could have hoped for. Knighton Ward has more wildlife records on NatureSpot than any other ward in the city. We have organised a series of events and talks including a […]
Here’s a link to our latest newsletter for April-May 2019. Read about the talk at our AGM in May and City Nature Challenge at the end of April.
Here’s a link to our latest newsletter. Read about our busy schedule of practical activities in April: sowing a wildflower meadow at Knighton Green, walking in Knighton Park, and recording wildlfie in Knighton Green and Knighton Park for the City Nature Challenge.
Leicestershire and Rutland Garden Trust will be holding its AGM and Spring Lecture in Knighton at Leicester Bowling Club, Kenwood Road, Leicester LE2 3PL at 7.00 pm (AGM first, lecture at 7.30 pm) on Thursday 14th March 2019. Guests welcome – £2 on the door. Tea and cake after the talk. The speaker is Matt […]
Here’s a link to our latest newsletter. Read about a talk at our February meeting on Badgers and Leicestershire and Rutland Badger Group. Find out what is happening with Knighton Green. Join the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch. Hear Dave Goulson, the bumblebee expert and author speak at Leicester Lit and Phil.
Here’s a link to our latest newsletter.
Here’s a link to our October 2018 newsletter.