Brompton Cemetery BioBlitz

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27/28 May 2016

Brompton Cemetery, SW10 9UG

Become a wildlife explorer for a day and discover what’s living right on your doorstep by joining in at your local BioBlitz event. Our team of experienced naturalists and wildlife watchers need your help to find and identify as many different species of birds, bugs, plants and beasties as we can before the clock runs out. Just like a real scientific expedition, everything we find will be documented and passed on to local and national databases that monitor our local wildlife. With interactive activities for kids, grown-ups, beginners and experts alike there is something for everyone at a BioBlitz.

What’s happening

At Brompton Bioblitz you can explore the amazing Garden Cemetery as we give members of the public a chance to mingle with scientists to uncover some of the weird and wonderful wildlife living thereThis will be the first time a major count of species has taken place in Brompton Cemetery, and is one of several projects linked to the £6.2million National Lottery-funded Brompton Cemetery conservation scheme which will see the historic site undergo a major facelift to recreate the vision that Benjamin Baud originally designed in 1840.

Drop in and see us on the day s  for some amazing activities including:

Tree and nature walks, earthworm hunting, bee and wasp counting and lichen recording.

  • Start – 5-8pm 27 May 2016
  • Finish – 9am – 5pm 28 May 2016

Getting here

Brompton Cemetery can be accessed via the South Gate off Fulham Rd or the North Gate off Old Brompton Rd. By Tube, the nearest station is West Brompton on the District Line (Wimbledon branch) or  Earl’s Court on the District and Piccadilly Lines. By Bus routes 14, 74, 190, 211, 328, 414, 430, C1, C3 all operate near Brompton Cemetery

Fully accessible to pushchairs and wheelchair users

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Enormous thanks to everyone involved in running this special event including…

Friends of Brompton Cemetery, Hammersmith and Fulham Urban Studies Centre, London Bat Group, London Wildlife Trust, GIGL, Natural History Museum, Field Studies Council., Linnean Society, OPAL, Peoples Trust for Endangered Species, RSPB, The Royal Parks Foundation