Slough goes wild

Slough Goes Wild launch event

The “Saving the Salt Hill Stream” project, run by WWT (Wildfowl & Wetland Trust), is working with local people, community groups and schools in Slough to improve the Salt Hill stream and its surroundings to create a cleaner, healthier watercourse that the whole of Slough can be proud of.

Working in partnership with Slough Borough Council’s Parks Team, Young People’s Service and Slough Youth Parliament, WWT is running a Photographic Competition, which aims to get people outside, exploring their environment and celebrating Slough’s local waterways and wildlife. The competition launches on the 1st March and you have until Friday 20th April 2018 to enter your photos.

To launch the “Slough Goes Wild” Photo Competition we are inviting local people to join us for an evening of fun and interactive activities whilst you learn more about wetlands!

Thursday 1st March 2018, 5:30 – 7:30pm
Venue: The Curve, William Street, Slough, SL1 1XY

Register to attend the event by emailing

Event Details

5:30pm – 6:30pm

Guests are invited to:

  • Paint their own wetland in Virtual Reality, 
  • Explore wetlands around the world
using 360 VR Gear, 
  • Be inspired by our photo displays,
  • See the results from the WWT competition “Stop the Litter Bugs”, and
  • Enjoy the refreshments.

6:30pm – 7:15pm

Learn from our panel of experts, who will be discussing “How can we engage people in Slough to improve the local environment and their health and well being?” Followed by a Q&A session to give people a platform to ask important questions on this topic.

  • Councillor Rob Anderson, Cabinet Member for Environment & Leisure, Slough Borough Council
  • David Lindo, Broadcaster and Urban Birder 
  • Lorna Fox, Learning Advisor, WWT (Wildfowl & Wetland Trust)
  • Tom Stacey, Slough Youth Parliament 

7:15pm – 7:25pm

Hear more about the Photo Competition with the details outlined by Shelley Rowley from the WWT Slough project.

General enquiries

Please contact either:


Wildfowl & Wetland Trust

Slough Youth Parliament

Slough For Youth

Thames Water

Environment Agency

The Curve

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