Sydenham Arts Trail & Froglife comes to Dacres Wood Nature Reserve

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Sydenham Arts Trail & Froglife

comes to Dacres Wood Nature Reserve

12th, 13th, 19th & 20th July Dacres Wood will be open for the Sydenham Arts Trail.

The weekend of the 12th & 13th July, 11-5pm artists Kay Bromley, Lilian Chow, Diana Mckinnon, Lisa Muten, & Jill Tse will be showing their work varying from paintings, textiles, prints and jewellery.

On the 19th July Froglife are coming to the reserve, 10-4pm. On this day there will lots of activities for all the family including pond dipping, making plaster cast frogs as well as talks and information on the amphibians and fauna of the pond.

We look forwrad to seeing you then.
Also if you are able to volunteer a few hours on any of these days to help with making teas or greeting visitors please contact us.

Dacre wood street AZ map

Correction: Rivers & People Guided Walk 20th July 2pm- Meet at corner of Bromley Road and Downham Way

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‘Rivers and People walks explore urban nature in Lewisham by following our three rivers: the Ravensbourne, the Quaggy and the Pool. They are for anyone who would to see more of the natural world that lies all around us, even in the inner city. And for anyone who would like to experience the physical and mental health benefits of walking and contact with the ‘green world’. We will see birds, beasts, flowers, trees and get close to flowing rivers. The walks will last between 1-1.5 hours, are all on level ground and can be taken at a pace to suit all levels of physical ability. 
 
The walks are led by accredited volunteers. They are free and no booking is required. Just turn up at the start point. If you can, please print out the online leaflets that accompany each walk and that can be found: http://riversandpeople.com/walk-guides/

 

Rivers & People Guided Walk 20th July 2pm

BPP walk 20.07.14

‘Rivers and People walks explore urban nature in Lewisham by following our three rivers: the Ravensbourne, the Quaggy and the Pool. They are for anyone who would to see more of the natural world that lies all around us, even in the inner city. And for anyone who would like to experience the physical and mental health benefits of walking and contact with the ‘green world’. We will see birds, beasts, flowers, trees and get close to flowing rivers. The walks will last between 1-1.5 hours, are all on level ground and can be taken at a pace to suit all levels of physical ability. 
 
The walks are led by accredited volunteers. They are free and no booking is required. Just turn up at the start point. If you can, please print out the online leaflets that accompany each walk and that can be found: http://riversandpeople.com/walk-guides/

 

Mayow Park Wildthings Weekends

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Festival in the Forest, Devonshire Road Sunday 29th June

Poster Festival in the forest 2014

Wildflower walk – Sunday 8th June 2014 at 14:00

Sydenham Hill Wood event

 

This is an opportunity to learn about Sydenham Hill Wood’s unique mixture of wildflowers, including smatterings of old woodland plants like wood anemone and English bluebell amongst the more recent arrivals such as rosebay willowherb and Spanish bluebell.

 

This is a free walk and booking is not necessary. Donations towards our work at the Wood are welcome.

 

And, finally, this is another chance to remind you of our Evening Tree Walk this coming Thursday 29th May at 19:00.

 

 

Best wishes,
Daniel

 

Daniel Greenwood

Conservation Project Officer, Sydenham Hill Wood

London Wildlife Trust

 

Mobile: 07734 599 728

Dacres Wood Open Day -Teddy Bear’s Picnic

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Friends of Dacres Wood Nature Reserve invite you to a Teddy Bears Picnic

for the next Open Day. Saturday 31st May 1-4pm.

Dacres Wood Nature Reserve will be open the last Saturday of every month.

If you would like to volunteer and help out on the day please contact us

or speak with us on the 31st May. Otherwise come along to enjoy your

local nature reserve.

See you there.
Dacres Wood Nature Reserve
Honeyfield Mews
Off Dacres Road (Behind Homefield House)
SE23 2NZ

Further details can be found at http://dacreswood.org.uk/
Follow us on twitter @dacreswood

 

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