If you are coming onto campus do have a look at our new walks, taking in some of the amazing water features, both natural and man-made, that we have on the Streatham Campus.
Our Sustainability team have put together a series of events to celebrate our Diamond Waterways project. Come along and get involved!
This is an opportunity to have a guided tour of the newly developed Jubilee Water Walk as part of the Diamond Waterways Project. The walk will be led by the University’s Grounds Team and will focus on biodiversity and horticultural highlights.
Thursday 15 September 2016, 12:15 to 13:15
Meet by Amory Pond (by roundabout on Rennes Drive)
Contact for further information.
The event will not go ahead in heavy rain.
We have had to remove one of our specimen trees at Reed due to an infestation of the Great Spruce Bark Beetle. Due to the nature of the infestation – which in itself has nearly killed the tree – and the risk posed to other trees in the area, we have taken the decision to fell and burn on site.
We are hopeful we will be able to gather some propagation material from the tree and grow this on to provide a genetic twin of this tree, with a view to planting it in the same place.
We will be watching other vulnerable trees closely for any other attacks. If detected early, infestations can be treated with biological controls which help reduce tree mortality.
Much excitement in the Grounds office – they’re here! Full copies to download and view here.
We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded the Green Flag Award again this year for both of our Exeter campuses.
The Green Flag is awarded for quality green spaces across the country, for more information, please visit the Green Flag website.