New Cross Gate Cutting Workdays

The London Wildlife Trust will be running a couple of practical volunteers sessions at their Vesta Road site.  If you are interested in getting involved, please contact, Sam Bentley-Toon to book your place. Dates: Saturday 21st January 11am-3.30pm Saturday 18th February 11am-3.30pm Location: New Cross Gate Cutting, Vesta Road Entrance, London, SE4 2NR  

Winter Tree Walk at Crystal Palace Park – Saturday 19 November, 11am-12.30pm

Join the London Wildlife Trust for a guided walk to explore the fascinating world of trees. Discover the history of Crystal Palace Park as a part of the once vast Great North Wood and learn how to identify trees in winter by looking at their buds, twigs, bark and other characteristics. We will be meeting outside Crystal … Continue reading Winter Tree Walk at Crystal Palace Park – Saturday 19 November, 11am-12.30pm

Winter Bird Walk at Crystal Palace Park – Thursday 10 November, 8am-9.30am

Join the London Wildlife Trust for a guided walk to explore the miraculous world of birds Discover the history of Crystal Palace Park as a part of the once vast Great North Wood and learn how to identify some of the myriad bird species which inhabit it. We will be meeting outside Crystal Palace Rail Station. This … Continue reading Winter Bird Walk at Crystal Palace Park – Thursday 10 November, 8am-9.30am

Bat Walk with London Wildlife Trust in Crystal Palace Park

Join London Wildlife Trust and learn to identify bats from their ultrasonic calls using bat detectors. This event is free and open to everyone and there is no need to book. Contact Sam for more information

Family Fun Day – Crystal Palace Park with London Wildlife Trust

It may not be Lewisham, but we thought this event might interest some of our readers! Join the London Wildlife Trust for pond dipping and hapa zome - the Japanese art of leaf printing. This event is free and open to everyone as part of the Trust’s Great North Wood project. No need to book. … Continue reading Family Fun Day – Crystal Palace Park with London Wildlife Trust