Breathing Places is a major BBC Learning campaign to inspire and motivate people to create and care for nature-friendly green spaces where they live. It aims to get millions of people to do one thing for nature.
A Breathing Place is a green space that benefits wildlife and the local community. It may be local woodland, roadsides, parks, local nature reserves or wildlife areas, ponds, green corridors and wildflower meadows.
The BBC works with a host of partner organisations, volunteer associations, environmental charities, city councils and educational groups.
Fleet Pond is one of these partners. If you go to the official website and type fleet pond into the search box a whole host of information on the Pond becomes available, including a map and information on recommended walks and volunteering activities.
The picture above is one of the downloadable wallpapers.