Engaging with people of all ages is vital for sustainable environmental improvement. It provides an opportunity to change attitudes and encourage lifelong positive behaviour.
Thames21 aims to develop lasting connections between Londoners and their local environment through our practical and educational activities. Getting people involved in our work enables them to learn from relevant and immediate examples of environmental problems and solutions.
Check out our practical volunteering opportunities on our events calendar page for hands-on learning experiences on our waterways.
We work across London. Many of our projects have opportunities for schools and community groups to get involved. To find out if we’ve something to offer your group, get in touch with Edel on the details below.
For those who love being absorbed in nature, we’re offering year round experiences at the Welsh Harp Environmental Education Centre, in Brent. This venue provides the perfect place for people to get up close with wildlife through school-term sessions and holiday activities. Visit our Welsh Harp page for more information.
For more information about education opportunities, please email Edel Fingleton, firstname.lastname@example.org.