Harrow Nature Conservation Forum, part of Harrow Heritage Trust, will be hosting a number of free events for adults and children to learn more about plants and animals in the local area thanks to a funding boost from players of People’s Postcode Lottery. Stories of climate change, species extinction and habitat loss occur daily and Harrow Nature Conservation Forum believes that education can be the difference between improving biodiversity and losing it. Over the coming year, nature lovers can and out how they can make sure our precious biodiversity is protected for future generations by learning about Harrow’s surprisingly rich biodiversity, many green spaces and their range of habitats. Funding from Postcode Local Trust, a grant giving charity will enable the organisation to host nine events for adults, as well as a further five events specifically for children, aimed at getting them into nature and learning about the fantastic wildlife that can be found on their doorstep, and doesn’t just exist far away, only to be viewed on TV or screen.

Stephen Bolsover, Chair Harrow Nature Conservation Forum, said: “We aim to inspire lifelong involvement with nature and the wild outdoors in Harrow by providing training for new recruits and fun and educational activities for children. I would encourage anyone looking for a fun day out to get in touch for more details.” For more information on event, dates and times email admin@harrowncf.org or follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/harrowncf/ or Twitter @Harrowncf

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