Enjoy the Autumn colours of Sydenham Hill Wood, London Wildlife Trust's oldest reserve, and learn about trees, fungi and more. About the event Autumn is one of the most exciting times to visit woodlands. Join us for a guided walk of the largest remaining fragment of the Great North Wood. Please note paths can be uneven, so … Continue reading Autumn Wildlife Walk at Sydenham Hill Wood
DATES: Monday 21 and Tuesday 22 October and Saturday 2 November Starting at the Discovery Centre and taking place in and around the historic Deptford Creek, this is a once in a lifetime chance to explore the river alongside the Victorian treasure hunters known as the Toshers. Waders provided! This is a family activity so grown-ups … Continue reading Creak at the Creek
A local family favourite our Halloween Party in South London's spooky hidden natural paradise. Activities include: -Paper Bat Hunt -Try your hand at Pumpkin Carving -Roasting marshmallows -Roasted chestnuts -Fire pit Children must be accompanied at all times. We've got locally sourced quality food to fill you up and a bar plus cask ales. Bring … Continue reading Halloween at Devonshire Road, Thursday 31st October
It is the moment you all most look forward to every quarter – YES –the new Nature’s Gym programme is here. You will find a couple of new sites as well as some old favourites (and some new favourites!). We will be visiting places such as Chrinbrook Community Orchard. Mountsfield Park and The Fourth Reserve. … Continue reading October – December 2019 Nature’s Gym programme
Brookmill Nature Reserve is't quite ready for Nature's Gym yet and so we have had to change our session to Ladywell Fields (north).We will be back at Brookmill in our October-December 2019 programme where you will be able to see all the amazing changes on site!
The third round of Community Green Space Grants, part of the Mayor’s £12m Greener City Fund, are now open for applications. Grants between £5,000 and £50,000 are available to communities to create and improve green spaces.
We (The Forestry Commission) invite you to join us at this free workshop to look at woodland management and what is important to consider when completing woodland management plans and forest operations.
Sue Godfrey Nature Park is looking fabulous just now. This is a result of the changes in management promoting a diversity of plants and associated insects. Come and visit for a FREE Wildlife Pop-up event