Which city on Earth has the most wildlife and the most nature-loving citizens? Over one weekend, 90+ cities on 7 continents are competing to discover and record as much wildlife as possible.
Help London win the City Nature Challenge!
Join us at Gillespie Park for pond-dipping and plant-spotting in our meadow and woodland. Bring your phone – we’ll use the free iNaturalist App to record our finds.
When: Sunday 28th April 2pm-4pm
Where: Islington Ecology Centre and Gillespie Park, 191 Drayton Park N5 1PH
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 020 7527 4374
Come to our Spring Celebration, Sunday 12 May, noon to 4 pm. An afternoon of music, food, walks and children’s activities. Come and join in the fun! Entry is free. The Celebration will be held at the Islington Ecology Centre and Gillespie Park.
The AGM will be at 7 pm on Thursday 28 March. There will be a guest speaker, Michael Priaulx from Islington Swifts, who will talk about Urban biodiversity, our disappearing living heritage.
The Quiz Night will be held at the Ecology Centre on Friday 8 February. Starting at 7.00 pm. Admission is £5 per person – teams of 6 or come along and join a team. Food, wine and beer for sale. The Quiz Night is a fundraiser organised by the Friends of Gillespie Park. Email Sue at email@example.com to reserve a table,
Don’t miss our Apple Day on Sunday 14 October 2018 from 12 noon to 4 pm – children’s activities such as apple bobbing, live acoustic music, apple juicer, food and drink for sale, and much more!
Noon to 4 pm on Sunday 13 May. Live music, stalls, children’s activities, food. Free admission.
The Friends of Gillespie Park AGM is on Friday 2nd March at
the Islington Ecology Centre.
Starting at 7:30.
Our guest speakers this year are from the Gillespie Wild Gardeners group who will be enlightening us on how to create an edible woodland.
Free admission. Refreshments provided