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The Lea Valley Federation welcomes the following community and environmental groups as affiliate members of the Federation or as giving us their qualified support. The table below gives links to their websites (or a contact email address) and to statements of their objectives.

We also welcome our individual supporters – who live and/or work in nearly all the riparian boroughs in the Lower Lea Valley
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Name of Group and Abbreviation Borough in which based Area of concern
Summary statement of objectives

Link to Detailed statements of objectives
Website or contact
(if no website)
Hackney Marshes User Group (HMUG)
Hackney
Hackney Marsh, East Marsh, Wick Woodland,  Daubeney Green, (Mabley Green), River Lea and Lea Navigation from Lea Bridge Road to Eastway (A12)
To improve the Marshes for all sectors of the community, and campaign to protect them from inappropriate development.
More details...
Website
Hackney Parks Forum (HPF)
Hackney
Hackney
A voluntary body whose members are made up of Park User Groups and other environmentally based groups who care about Parks and Green Spaces in Hackney. More details...
Website
Hackney Wildlife Group (HWG)
Hackney
Hackney
To record and promote the fauna and flora of the London Borough of Hackney by surveying and collating records, and by engaging Hackney residents with the borough’s wildlife. More details... DORMANT from 11 April 2011 for 8 months
Website
London Natural History Society
(LNHS)
London-wide
Recording area is a circle of 20 miles radius from St Paul’s Cathedral
See qualified statement of support (below)
Website
Millfields Users’ Group (MUG)
Hackney
Millfields
To consult on management and development of Millfields. More details...
Website
New Lammas Lands Defence
Committee (NLLDC)
Leyton,
Waltham
Forest
Leyton Lammas Lands
To defend and preserve the ancient Lammas Lands of Leyton as  public open space, free from enclosure, encroachment, and inappropriate use. More details...
Website
Regents Network (RN)
London
The Blue Ribbon Network throughout London: the Thames, the Lee Navigation, the canals and many rivers and tributaries.
To bring London's waterways back to life.
More details...
secretary@ regentsnetwork.org
Springfield Park User Group (SPUG)
Hackney
Springfield Park and Spring Hill sports ground
Volunteers who care for Springfield Park and Spring Hill sports ground
spugcommittee@
hotmail.co.uk

Tree Musketeers (TM)
Hackney
Hackney
Volunteers who plant, protect and help preserve trees in the borough. More details...
Website
Waltham Forest Civic Society
(WFCS)
Waltham Forest
Lower Lea Valley – in particular the area that is adjacent to Waltham Forest
To preserve the best and improve the rest in Waltham Forest. More details...
Website

London Natural History Society (LNHS), in line with its charitable objectives, "supports the recording and conservation of biodiversity and wildlife in the Lee Valley Regional Park within its recording area".

 
 

Last Updated: Wed 15-Feb-2012

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