Chalking up a wildly successful restoration | London Wildlife Trust

A good and important story. New Addington is one of the termini of Tramlink, with connections from Wimbledon and East & West Croydon among others.

Slow-worm, common lizard and small blue butterfly are among the protected species benefiting from successful restoration project led by London Wildlife Trust at Hutchinson’s Bank in New Addington.

Source: Chalking up a wildly successful restoration | London Wildlife Trust

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