Government hails QWAG’s “Great work”

Government hails QWAG’s “Great work”

QWAG’s work has been described by the Government as a “great example of environmental action”. The Government features QWAG’s work as a best practice example of how to create ‘sustainable communities’ on its Homes and Communities...
Knotty problem on the Quaggy (10th October 2010)

Knotty problem on the Quaggy (10th October 2010)

Bamboo-like, ten foot tall, frothy white flowers – this exotic couldn’t fail to appeal to Victorian gardeners. Oh dear … today that same plant, Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica), is the most invasive plant in Britain. Only female plants were ever...
Thrilled to bats… QWAG’s Annual Walk (9th September 2010)

Thrilled to bats… QWAG’s Annual Walk (9th September 2010)

The common pipistrelle (Pipistrellus pipistrellus) – found up and down the Quaggy, even in Lewisham town centre. With wings folded it fits into a matchbox. QWAG’s Annual Walk took place on Friday 10th September (the 17th Walk, we think). We were back again...
Sign up for our 2010 clean-ups! (28th April 2010)

Sign up for our 2010 clean-ups! (28th April 2010)

Come and join us in June to help rid the River Quaggy of litter and the invasive plant Himalayan Balsam. The 3 Rivers Clean-up is an annual event enabling you to get stuck in and make a real difference to the quality of rivers in south-east London. QWAG is organising...
Government recognition for QWAG (18th March 2010)

Government recognition for QWAG (18th March 2010)

The Government’s Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has listed QWAG’s work as “a great example of environmental action”. The HCA’s Place Spotlight website showcases projects from around the country which have demonstrated best practice in...

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