London Wildlife Trust

London Wildlife Trust

Charity information

London Wildlife Trust

London Wildlife Trust, formed in 1981, is the only charity dedicated solely to protecting the capital's wildlife and wild spaces, and engaging London's diverse communities through access to nature.

Founded 1981

  • Mission statement

    Founded in 1981, we now manage over 40 nature reserves, and undertake a wide range of activities to connect people to the natural world and demonstrate the benefits of conserving wildlife in a modern world city.

    Our vision is a London alive with nature, where everyone can experience and enjoy wildlife.

    Our mission is to stand up for wildlife, by:

    -Protecting, restoring and creating wild places for nature

    -Engaging, inspiring and enabling people to connect with nature

    -Championing, challenging and influencing people to stand up for nature

  • Aims

    London Wildlife Trust aims to:

    • London's wild spaces are protected, restored, created and continue to thrive.
    • Everyone in London will have access to, value and help protect our natural environment.
    • London's infrastructure, development and regeneration should produce a net gain for the capital's wildlife and people's access to it.
    • We have the resources and organisational capacity to deliver our mission
  • Overview

    Established: March 1981

    Registered Charity Number: 283895

    Board members: 9

    Full time staff: 50

    Part time staff: 10

    Volunteers: 600

    Phone number: 02072610447

    Address: Dean Bradley House SW1P2AF

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