WILD WEDNESDAY Nature Art Butterflies | London Wildlife Trust
Join Laura from the Brilliant Butterflies team who will guide you step by step to create your very own nature art butterfly!
Date – Wednesday 23 December 2020
Time 4:30pm – 5:30pm
About the event
Fun and easy to make for all ages. It can even be turned into a Christmas tree decoration!
You will need:
• 1 thin stick (for the body)
• 2 thinner twigs / berries with their stalks (for antennae)
• A handful of leaves (ideally a few matching pairs for wings)
• Pinecones / shells for decoration
• Glue stick / PVA glue
• A4 paper
• Hole puncher and string (if you want to make into a tree decoration)
This workshop will be delivered online via Zoom.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any other questions.
Bob Shekyls was a much-respected local Councillor for 12 years, between 1994 and 2006, and sadly passed away a few years ago. In normal circumstances, in memory of Bob, the Residents Association invites locals to nominate young people under the age of 25 who live, go to school or work in the area, for the annual Bob Shekyls Achievement Award for Young People.
I’m sure we’re all agreed that 2020 has been a very strange year and so, with that in mind, the Biggin Hill Residents Association committee has decided that this year, the Bob Shekyls Award should be given to people in recognition of their contribution to helping our local community.
We’re therefore delighted to announce that Bob’s award will be given to the wonderful organisers of Biggin Hill’s Covid-19 Mutual Aid Team. Jo Ryan, Louise Bell, Simon Turner and Jordan Brown have all worked tirelessly to recruit and coordinate 120 local volunteers who, in turn, completed over 720 requests for shopping and collecting medication for vulnerable and shielding people in our community. You’ve done a fantastic job guys and we’re all really proud of you!
In celebration of this amazing achievement and to reflect the spirit of giving, the committee will be awarding £100 each to Biggin Hill and Oaklands Primary Schools.
2020 will be remembered in many ways and we hope this year’s award will help us recall all those simple acts of kindness that made all the difference to people’s lives.