The London National Park City Wiki has 6 pillars.
1. The wiki is about and for the London National Park City.
The London National Park City is a place, vision and movement. This wiki is a collaborative guide to all aspects of the London National Park City. It is distinctive from wikipedia because of its local focus and audience as well as an orientation towards knowledge for making the city greener, healthier, wilder and fairer. From wildlife to local geographies, any resident or visitor will be able to find knowledge about London National Park City as well as places to visit and things to do.
2. This Wiki is an encyclopedia
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