Islington Forest for Change
Six Islington Forest for Change trees are planted at Hugh Myddelton School nursery.
The first trees of our Islington Forest for Change project have been planted! Four of the trees originally part of the Somerset House exhibition were planted in an under-used open space near Liverpool Road on Friday 22nd October. Children from local schools helped to plant the first tree, a silverContinue reading “Islington Forest for Change: first trees planted”
Low Traffic Neighbourhoods
ICAP together with Footways enjoying a family friendly Autumn walk though our precious green spaces and some people-friendly streets in Canonbury and Highbury.
As we return to the daily school routine, Islington Clean Air Parents are joining Transport for London, Islington Council and the Mayor of London in encouraging people to walk, cycle or scoot to and from school. We know it’s not always easy, especially when it’s wet, you’re running late, orContinue reading “Let’s avoid congestion and pollution on the school run”
Unite the Fields
We held a Play Street event on Saturday 25th September to celebrate Car Free Day and the permanent closure of the road through Highbury Fields to traffic. It was fantastic to see children enjoying the road space – we had skipping, chalk drawing, bubbles, and some hotly contested egg-and-spoon andContinue reading “Highbury Fields Play Street”
We are running an event on Saturday 25 September (2-4PM) in Highbury Fields to celebrate Car Free Day, as part of our Unite the Fields campaign. There will be activities for all, including chalk, drawing, skipping, fun races, and more. The event takes place on Highbury Crescent, the road dividingContinue reading “Highbury Fields Play Street event”
Legislation and consultation
It’s essential the government back the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill (CEE Bill). Legislation is the best way to protect our children’s health and their future.