|CLARE Project @ the London Mayor's Thames Festival 2011|
|Written by CLARE Project|
|Thursday, 01 September 2011 15:03|
CLARE Project at The Mayor’s Thames Festival 2011
The Mayor’s Thames Festival is a huge free, outdoor arts festival that takes place along the banks of the River Thames each September. This multicultural event combines arts, music, dance, river races, carnival and foods of the world to celebrate the River Thames and London’s diverse communities and cultures.
Amphibian & Reptile Conservation’s CLARE Project will be taking part in this fantastic event and will be situated in The Blue Ribbon Village. The village will be located on and around Potters Fields Park, by City Hall and on the riverside walkway. This area forms the Festival's environmental zone and features activities such as pond-dipping workshops, bee-keeping, colourful flags by artist Shona Watt, music from around the world, art workshops and storytelling, a bar and food stalls and much more!
Sophie our CLARE Project Officer will be on hand with information about our native amphibians and reptiles, animals on display and the chance to record local sightings and get involved in this exciting new project. So come along and meet some of the cities scaliest Londoners!
For more information about the CLARE Project and other upcoming events click here
For more information about the Mayor’s Thames Festival click here