Nature Walk Sunday 1st March 2-4pm

Nature Walk Sunday 1st March 2-4pm Blackheath and Greenwich Park Sunday 1st March  Ponds, Pits and Deer: a three mile nature walk around Blackheath and Greenwich Park led by Tom Moulton  tom.moulton@btinternet.com Meet @ Blackheath station, 2pm

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Sydenham Arts Trail & Froglife comes to Dacres Wood Nature Reserve

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 … Continue reading Sydenham Arts Trail & Froglife comes to Dacres Wood Nature Reserve

Dacres Wood Open Day -Teddy Bear’s Picnic

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 … Continue reading Dacres Wood Open Day -Teddy Bear’s Picnic

Success for the Friends of Dacres Wood

At the recent Perry Vale Ward Assembly meeting the newly formed Friends of Dacres Wood were successful in their bid to win some money for pond enhancements on the site.  For such a new group this is a fantastic achievement and everyone that went to the meeting should be very proud of themselves. Dacres Wood is a … Continue reading Success for the Friends of Dacres Wood

Successful open day at Burnt Ash Pond

The sun did indeed shine on the Friends of Burnt Ash Pond on their open day last Sunday.  About 30 people joined them at the site and enjoyed some very fine home baking courtesy of the hard-working friends.  Cakes, sandwiches, quiche and biscuits were all available! On a sadder note, earlier in the year one of … Continue reading Successful open day at Burnt Ash Pond

How much wood does a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck would chuck wood? – Part 3

The Nature's Gym volunteers really are getting the art of the woodchip footpath having previoulsy done it at Ladywell & Brockley Cemetaries and De Frene Road allotments.  Luckily they are yet to tire of it - or they have not told me that they have. On a windy but sunny day in March a small group of volunteers, … Continue reading How much wood does a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck would chuck wood? – Part 3

Man Digs Pond – a great success

Having reported on the fantastic event that was being planned at Albion Millennium Green, we felt that we had to go and visit to give our support to Bruno Roubicek who was doing all the hard work.  Once we arrived he has already been there for about 16 hours and the pond was looking great.  Most … Continue reading Man Digs Pond – a great success