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.
Leicester City Council has reviewed its byelaws that apply to parks in the City and is consulting residents through an online survey. If you are interested in the city’s parks then you can have your say at: https://consultations.leicester.gov.uk/communications/parks-byelaws/
5 people worked in St Mary’s Churchyard on Saturday 15th September. Nicky and Geoff trimmed and cleaned up the hedge we laid last year. You can see Nicky is very pleased with the regrowth which is already thickening up the boundary and providing more shelter. Steve checked out the bird boxes we installed earlier this […]
Here’s a link to our September 2018 newsletter.
A Taste For Bee Keeping An insight into the life of bees and their care. A talk by Andy White Friday 7th September, 11:00am – 12:00pm, Fosse Neighbourhood Centre. Entry free. More information on the poster.
Nigel Dunnett, Professor of Planting Design, Urban Horticulture and Vegetation Technology at the University of Sheffield, will be giving the Annual Lecture for LRGT at 7.30 pm on Thursday 13th September 2018 at Leicester University. Tickets to be booked in advance: £10 Friends £12.50 Guests. More information on the LRGT website.
Chris Packham has invited people who love wildlife and are concerned about its decline in the UK and the lack of action by the government to join him for a walk for Wildlife in Hyde Park on 22nd September. Read more about it on Chris Packham’s website.