Kingston Nature

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Our beautiful borough is home to more than 1000 hectares of open space, over 2000 different species, and a globally rare ‘chalk’ stream.


We’re proud of our diverse habitat and are grateful for the important role it has played in our lives during this challenging year. Lockdown has enabled us to rediscover what’s on our doorstep, inspiring many of us to explore nature in our neighbourhoods for the very first time.


Connecting with nature helps provide much needed relaxation and reflection during a time of great uncertainty, supporting our mental health and wellbeing, improving our mood and reducing stress and anxiety levels.


We want to know how you have been connecting with nature, so we can share your experiences and help inspire others in the community.


Where do you go for your greenery fix? Have you discovered any hidden gems on your daily walk? Have you spotted a new furry visitor in your garden or begun observing birds and their flight patterns? Whatever it is, we want to hear from you!


Upload your pictures below or tag us in your pictures on Twitter or Instagram and include the hashtag #KingstonNature.


We will be sharing a selection of pictures across our social media channels and our favourite snap of the week will feature in our resident e-newsletter. Check out some of the pictures we have featured so far in our photo gallery.


Our beautiful borough is home to more than 1000 hectares of open space, over 2000 different species, and a globally rare ‘chalk’ stream.


We’re proud of our diverse habitat and are grateful for the important role it has played in our lives during this challenging year. Lockdown has enabled us to rediscover what’s on our doorstep, inspiring many of us to explore nature in our neighbourhoods for the very first time.


Connecting with nature helps provide much needed relaxation and reflection during a time of great uncertainty, supporting our mental health and wellbeing, improving our mood and reducing stress and anxiety levels.


We want to know how you have been connecting with nature, so we can share your experiences and help inspire others in the community.


Where do you go for your greenery fix? Have you discovered any hidden gems on your daily walk? Have you spotted a new furry visitor in your garden or begun observing birds and their flight patterns? Whatever it is, we want to hear from you!


Upload your pictures below or tag us in your pictures on Twitter or Instagram and include the hashtag #KingstonNature.


We will be sharing a selection of pictures across our social media channels and our favourite snap of the week will feature in our resident e-newsletter. Check out some of the pictures we have featured so far in our photo gallery.


Page last updated: 08 February 2021, 16:23