Here are a few highlights of forthcoming LEEF activity A reminder that Empty Classroom Day 2016 will be Friday 17 June. Although this event was dreamt up as a London initiative, in 2015 over half the participants were from other areas of the country/globe. It would be great if we could get more London schools involved this year so please prepare to promote the event to your networks of schools contacts and if you do have school sessions booked for the day itself then do encourage them to sign up to the day here. LEEF Swapshop, Tuesday 10 May, 6-9pm, Old Shades, 37 Whitehall, London, SW1A 2BX Inspiration, socialising and beer can be found at the LEEF swap shop! On the table there will be a selection of books, articles and other resources. Come along to the swap shop with your own inspirational object and swap it for one on the table. Topically for referendum month, May’s selection will have a suitably European flavour featuring a number of materials published by the EU and as 17 June is Empty Classroom Day ideas for activities and games for schools would be particularly viagra sales online welcome swaps at this event. LEEF Storytelling walk, Tuesday 24 May, 6-8pm Join LEEF Fellow, Rich Sylvester, for an evening walk along Greenwich riverside. Rich will be weaving a place-based story and sharing his tips on how to construct narratives using features of the local area. Treat it as a training session and improve your own storytelling skills or simply come along to enjoy the tale with some like-minded environmental educators. Meeting point to be confirmed nearer the time. Numbers are limited by practical constraints so please let
Beth know if you wish to join online viagra the group. Suggested donation £5 per person. Fundraising seminar, Thursday 9 June, 6-8pm, London Wildlife Trust, 52 Horseferry Road, SW1P 2AF que es viagra Come and hear the top tips for writing a successful funding bid from our panel of experts and share your own tips for fundraising success. This will be a collaborative seminar-style event so come armed with your tips to share and questions to ask. Interest in this event is expected to be high and places are limited. Please do book is cialis the same as viagra your place in advance by contacting Beth. £15 LEEF members, £20 non-members. Wetland habitats skills, Monday 20 June, 10am-4pm, WWT London Wetland Centre, Barnes, SW13 9WT, Improve your confidence in running pond dipping sessions and get to know some of London’s amphibian and reptile species at this identification skills day which will also include a session looking at the flora associated generic viagra by pfizer with damp areas. £25 LEEF members; £35 non-members. Contact Beth for further information or to book you place.