Bio-diversity in Sudbury
The Sudbury Town area is home to a large number of animal species. Some of the species members have seen in thier gardens are listed below. If you see something not on the list please let us know. What should the council be doing to improve bio-diversity in the area? If you have an idea please let us know. Email your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greater Spotted Woodpecker
Long tailed Tit
Bats (species unknown)
All the images below were taken in Sudbury.
Members may be interested in the following page about reptiles and amphibians
They organise and actively seek to collaborate on volunteer surveying and training events for the London area. So if you know any willing landowners with curious lands yet to be surveyed - Let them know!
Members may be interested in the link below.
Do you live in Sudbury? Are you passionate about improving the area? Guess what, so are we!
We've got regular meetings, plenty of social events and a burning desire to maintain everything that's great about Sudbury – and see what we can do to improve the not-so-great parts too.
Join STRA today and do as much or as little as you like.
Tel: 020 8144 5645
Are you good at anything? Do you have skills we might need?
Seriously, anything at all!
Whatever skills or experience you have, we could use your help. We've got lots of ongoing campaigns, projects and ideas and we would simply love it if you got involved!
To find out more about getting involved, email email@example.com, with the subject heading "Get involved!", and briefly introduce yourself.
For details of the next members meeting and a write up of our AGM click here.
Sudbury in Bloom
On Saturday 29 May 2021 STRA and WCARA joined hands again to spread some colour and happiness around Sudbury Town with the gift of free bedding plants.
STRA applied for and received a grant from Brent Council Love Where You Live Grant.
STRA has two Facebook Pages, one for general STRA matters and one for events. Sudbury Town also has its own Facebook page.