Bath NATS - Greener Greenways: Wildlife on the National Cycle Network

04 March 2019

Doors open 7.00 pm for 7.30 pm start
Suggested donation towards costs: £4 for non-Bath Nats Members / £2 for Bath Nats members

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Lydia has a background in urban conservation and nature reserve management, and joined Sustrans in September 2017 having worked for London Wildlife Trust and Thames Water for several years. Sustrans is the organisation making it easier for people to walk and cycle, and we founded the National Cycle Network, 14,000 miles of traffic free path and quiet roads that criss-cross the country. Greener Greenways is a project looking to conserve, record and enhance biodiversity and habitats on our traffic free routes so the routes function as ecological corridors and networks able to connect wildlife as well as people. Lydia will talk about the project on a national and local scale, and about the local Greener Greenways of the Bristol and Bath Railway Path, Bath Two Tunnels and Colliers Ways routes

Lydia Blake,