Thousands will gather in London on June 22 for the largest ever gathering of nature lovers.

The Restore Nature Now! march, supported by over 250 nature, wildlife and climate groups, aims to highlight the urgency of addressing the climate crisis.

High-profile campaigners Chris Packham, Liz Bonnin, and Dr Amir Khan are backing the event.

(Image: Northumberland Wildlife Trust)

A group of Northumberland Wildlife Trust supporters, including eight-year-old Seren Studholme, are rallying to demand political parties commit to addressing nature and climate crises.

Rhiannon Studholme, Northumberland Wildlife Trust Eco mentor and Seren’s mother said: "Despite the 4am start, Seren is getting really excited about marching at the event and has already made her banner.

"She has decided to use her voice to stand up for the ‘little guys,’ to raise awareness and ask the government to protect our pollinators.”

Northumberland Wildlife Trust chief executive Mike Pratt added: "Saturday 22nd of June will see the largest-ever gathering of wildlife lovers.

"I am especially delighted that eight-year-old Seren will be joining us."

Chris Packham believes it’s time for action and "for all of us to take to the streets, shoulder to shoulder, and demand our leaders Restore Nature Now."

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