Bromley Environmental Education Centre at High Elms (BEECHE)
BEECHE is a community facility that delivers environmental education to schools and provides visitors with information on how to live a sustainable lifestyle.
BEECHE is situated within the beautiful High Elms Country Park; a site of special scientific interest (SSSI) located within the proposed Darwin at Downe World Heritage Site and aims to build on the work of Charles Darwin and Sir John Lubbock, encouraging 'greener thinking for greener living'. The building is a single storey timber frame with a 'green' sedum roof, straw bale walls and sun pipes.
Bromley Fields Study Centre (BFSC)
The Field Studies Centre is situated on the edge of Scadbury Park Nature Reserve. Since 1988 the centre has offered free and unique training opportunities for adults and young people. The training is delivered in partnership with local organisations.
Bromley Biodiversity Action Plan (BBAP)
Bromley's biodiversity is important to people living and working in the Borough for many different reasons. Sometimes we take it for granted. Charles Darwin, who lived in the borough for forty years, didn't take it for granted; the biodiversity we appreciate was an inspiration to him and his insights into the natural world. To find out more visit www.bromleybiodiversity.co.uk
The RSPB speaks out for birds and wildlife, tackling the problems that threaten our environment. The RSPB relies upon memberships and donations to fund their work.
Tel: 0208 464 3844
The London Wildcare Trust provides a professional wildlife care and treatment centre, helping thousands of sick, injured and orphaned wild animals found in the capital's streets, parks and gardens every year. They also play a key role in providing education to thousands of adults and children through the work of their three unique centres.
Tel: 0208 647 6230
The Woodland Trust is the UK's leading woodland conservation charity.