Surrey Network tour of WWF's ‘Living Planet Centre’

Fellowship Event


WWF's ‘Living Planet Centre’, Woking.

Join us for a behind the scenes tour of WWF's ‘Living Planet Centre’ - one of the greenest buildings in the UK.

Full of beautiful architecture, stunning design, and sustainability, this tour will show you what makes this multi-award winning building so special, and why the charity made it their home.

The World Wildlife Fund put its money where its mouth is, and commissioned this iconic building alongside the canal in Woking. It was built to the highest ecological and sustainable standards and incorporates all the latest thinking on energy conservation and recycling, making minimal demands for water, using alternative sources where possible, and working in the greenest possible way.

Fellows will assemble at 18:30 for tea, coffee, or cold drinks. This will followed at 19:00 by an exclusive tour of the building, which will focus on its design, build, and green operating standards and will be run by a member of its building management team who will be able to talk about the technical aspects of its operations.

As we are being charged a per capita fee for the tour, on this occasion we need to ask attendees for a contribution of £9.00 per person for this event.  If you sign up for the visit, please do make every effort to attend as numbers must be limited, and if you cannot attend, your place could be offered to someone else.

This is a walking tour. If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know ([email protected]) or contact [email protected].

Location: WWF-UK, Living Planet Centre, Rufford House, Brewery Road, Woking, GU21 4LL

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